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The illegal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit in Nevada is:
0.02% for drivers under 21 years old
0.04% for commercial license holders
0.08% for everyone else
The BAC applies only to alcohol. If any detectable amount of an illegal substance is found, you'll receive at least the same penalties as you would for alcohol, and perhaps even more.
NEVADA IGNITION INTERLOCK LAWS
The State of Nevada has not adopted an all-encompassing IID requirement, but you may need to install one to obtain a Restricted License or to reinstate your driver's license.
REINSTATING A SUSPENDED NEVADA LICENSE
To reinstate your suspended license, you may need to:
Satisfy court requirements, if applicable
File an SR22 or proof of insurance provided by your insurance company, and maintain coverage for 3 years
Pass a vision test and the written driving knowledge test, if part of your court order
Pass the driving skills test if your driver's license has been suspended for over 1 year
Install an ignition interlock device for DUI/DWI offenses, if required
Pay a reinstatement fee of $120
Depending on the circumstances of your suspended license, you may be eligible for a restricted driver's license, which allows you to drive: