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In Nebraska, you may elect to take a state-certified driver improvement class, or you may be required to take one in order to have a license reinstated, if you've accumulated six points on your record before turning 21 years old, or for employment purposes.
Drivers with fewer than 12 points on their record may elect to take a driver improvement class.
By successfully completing the course, you'll have two points taken off your license. The points must have been accumulated within the past two years. (Drivers with only one point on their license during this time frame will just have a single point removed.)
Be aware, though, that citations won't be removed from your record. But, you will get a two-point credit.
You may take the course once every five years. If you are close to the 12-point ceiling, however, you must complete the course before you reach the limit.
If you recently received a ticket, you'll still have to pay the fine. Although you may receive a two-point reduction on your license, a record of the infraction will remain on your record.
Drivers completing a safety improvement class may be eligible for an auto insurance discount. Contact your insurance carrier to see if a discount is available.
Costs for the minimum eight-hour course vary according to the provider.
The class is only available in a classroom setting, but some providers offer it in Spanish.Local Traffic Schools
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