Nev. Admin. Code § 483.754 - Action on application for license; temporary licensure of instructor for school for training drivers

1. A representative of the Department appointed by the Director will review each application for any license issued pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive.
2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, the representative will approve or reject the application or request additional information within 30 days after the date on which the Department receives the application or additional information.
3. If the application is for a license to operate a school for training drivers, the representative will, before the application is approved or denied:
(a) Inspect the premises of the school for training drivers to ensure that the school has satisfactorily complied with all applicable state and local health and safety codes;
(b) Review all applicable city and county business licenses of the school;
(c) If the application requests approval to offer instruction in a classroom, inspect the premises of the school for training drivers to ensure:
(1) The existence of satisfactory:
(I) Space for each student;
(II) Facilities for persons with disabilities;
(III) Desks or tables, and chairs;
(IV) Restroom facilities; and
(V) Accessibility of the classroom to the area for parking; and
(2) That the cleanliness of the equipment and facilities of the school for training drivers is satisfactory to the Department; and
(d) Evaluate the curriculum and qualifications of each instructor of the school.
4. If the application is for a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers and the Department has not yet received the report of criminal history of the applicant from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after the applicant has submitted the appropriate fingerprint cards, authorization for the report and the fee in accordance with NRS 483.7205 and paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NAC 483.752, the Department may, before the application is approved or denied, issue a temporary license as an instructor for a school for training drivers. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, a temporary license issued pursuant to this subsection expires on the date on which the Department approves or denies the application or upon the expiration of 6 months after the temporary license is issued, whichever occurs first. If the Department does not receive the report of criminal history within 6 months after the temporary license is issued, the Department may extend the temporary license until the report is received and the Department approves or denies the application.
5. The Department may, before approving or rejecting an application, request another state or local governmental agency to review the application, curriculum or facility of the school.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 483.754
Dep't of Motor Veh., Traffic Safety School Reg. § II, eff. 4-29-82-NAC A 9-5-84; 7-29-86; 12-27-93; 9-6-96; R157-01, 8-27-2002; R145-04, 10-4-2004

NRS 481.051

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