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Apr 10, 2020 Category:Fused Filament Fabrication software for WindowsEver since it was signed into law in 2015, the federal government has required that U.S. commercial drivers be required to carry commercial driver's licenses — a requirement that was carried over to Nevada in 2017. However, the new law also adds a new option — Nevada residents can now get a $45 license that is valid for four years and includes an option for a $225 per year premium. The state Department of Motor Vehicles has been taking applications for the $45 driver's license, but the new option is not yet available for those who have already applied. How do you get the $45 driver's license? Commercial drivers can get their first $45 license through the Department of Motor Vehicles' website and online driver services. Once a driver has completed the online application, it will be mailed to the driver's home. Residents who are considering getting the new commercial license can also visit the DMV office in person. Who can get the new commercial license? Nevada residents who can prove they are out of state drivers for at least six months must apply for the license. The new license is available to anyone at least 18 years old with a valid Nevada driver's license or identification card. According to the DMV, it is only available in English, although it can be filled out in Spanish. Anyone who can't apply for the license in person can mail it in by Jan. 31, 2019. How will it be different? Nevada residents can already apply for a commercial license online and have a form of valid identification on file. Those who are already licensed as commercial drivers can also continue to use that license. The new license is valid for four years and for all employers. However, commercial drivers who want to renew their license in 2019 will have to apply for an upgraded license with an extra $225 premium, according to the DMV. The license's primary difference will be that it will be valid for all employers and be valid for four years instead of three. Those who are over the age of 60 will also have to pay an extra $25 to renew their license, according to the DMV. What are the costs associated with the new license? There are currently two costs for the new license — a $45 application fee and $225 per year premium fee.