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Earning your driver's license is a major accomplishment, but the process can be a big challenge. We are here to lend a helping hand, whether you're getting a permit or your commercial driver's license. One of the simplest, most effective ways to earn your learner's permit or driver's license is using the right study guide for your tests. The official manuals are bulky and overly long, which is why we have created our Cheat Sheets.
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The State of Nebraska has a graduated driver's license program. If you are under 18 years of age, you will have to obtain a learner's permit (LP) before you can get a provisional operator's permit (POP). You can then apply for your standard operator's permit at age 17, assuming you have had your POP for at least one year. To apply for your LP, you must be at least 15 years old, though there are exceptions. You can apply for a school learner's permit (LPE) at age 14; this permit will allow you to practice driving for a school permit (SCP) which is granted to individuals who meet certain criteria so that they can drive to and from school.
Regardless of which permit you apply for, we can help you PASS ON YOUR FIRST TRY. With our Cheat Sheet, you will have all of the information that you need, right at your fingertips. Don't worry about hunting for answers or becoming buried in information when studying or taking your Nebraska driver's license practice test. We present you with ONLY the information that you need, and none of the info that you don't, so that you can focus and study effectively and efficiently.Learn More >
If you have had your POP for at least one year and have not accumulated any driving points, you can apply for a motorcycle license at age 17. Otherwise, you must wait until you are 18 years of age to get a Class M license. To get your motorcycle license, you will have to pass vision, written, and practical skills tests. The written knowledge exam will test you on traffic laws, safe riding techniques, and road signage. However, if you take and successfully complete a state-approved motorcycle safety training course, both the written and skills tests will be waived. This is something that you should take into consideration as you plan how best to get your motorcycle license. If you do need to take the knowledge test, our Cheat Sheets will help you pass on your FIRST TRY.Learn More >
To get your Nebraska commercial driver's license (CDL), you will first need to get a CDL permit. You can apply for a CDL permit at age 18. Before you can receive your permit, you will have to self-certify the type of vehicle that you will be driving, as well as what type of commerce you will be conducting and any medical qualifications that will need to be met. Once this process is complete, you will take a written knowledge test for your specific commercial license: Class A, B, or C.
To study for your exam or your Nebraska driver's license practice test, you have two options: you can reference the Nebraska commercial driving manual or you can use our Cheat Sheets. The choice is yours but we think that you'll find our Cheat Sheet to be a much better study guide. It is more convenient, easier to read, and allows you to retain more of the information that you need to pass your test. Stop studying and start "cheating"!Learn More >