However, if you are a Nebraska teen living in a rural community more than 1/5 miles from your school, you can apply for a school learner's permit (LPE) at 14. After two (2) months of supervised driving, you can either complete a Nebraska driver education course or provide the Nebraska DMV with a parent-signed form showing 50 hours of supervised practice driving. Once you have done this, you will be eligible for your school permit (SCP), and can drive unsupervised to and from school while you prepare for your provisional Nebraska drivers license.
For the first six months after receiving your Nebraska provisional drivers license, you may not drive with more than one (1) passenger who is less than 19 years old unless they are immediate family members.
You will be able to drive alone once you receive your Nebraska provisional drivers license, but only between the hours of 6am and 12 midnight.
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