NAC 706.516 Drivers: Fitness
Pursuant to NRS 706.8841, an applicant for a driver’s permit may not be considered by the administrator to be fit, willing and able if he has:
Been convicted of any felony within the past 5 years.
Been convicted of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs within the past 3 years.
Been convicted of any offense involving the sale of narcotics, dangerous drugs or controlled substances.
Been found by the administrator after sufficient background investigation, to be morally unfit or the administrator finds that issuance of a permit to him would be detrimental to the public health, welfare or safety.
An applicant for a driver’s permit may be considered by the administrator to be morally unfit or the administrator may consider that the issuance of a permit to him would be detrimental to the public health, welfare or safety if he has:
Been involved in and found to be the driver responsible for any accident resulting in the death of or injury to another:
His past driving record shows that he is a habitual reckless or negligent driver.
Is a frequent violator of the traffic laws.
Has committed an offense in another state within the past 3 years which, if committed in this state, would be grounds for revocation of his driver's license or driver's permit.
Has failed on at least two occasions to keep his written promise to appear in court for any offense.
Has been convicted of any sexual offense or any offense involving moral turpitude.
Has been convicted of any offense involving possession of narcotics, dangerous drugs or controlled substances.