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"None for the Road" DWI Certificate
None for the Road Course

Drivers Age 25 and Older
Any person, 25 years of age and over, who has ever been convicted of DWI and who is applying for his or her first New Mexico driver license, must also submit evidence of having successfully completed New Mexico's approved DWI prevention and education program, None for the Road, or another state's equivalent program.  The None for the Road class is administered by UNM Continuing Education, not by the Motor Vehicle Division.  Information about the class and a class application are available online or by calling 505-277-0051 (Albuquerque and surrounding areas) or call toll-free at 1-877-663-7465.  Business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.  You may also obtain a 'None for the Road' test online.

New Drivers - Ages 18-24
If you are applying for your first New Mexico driver license and are aged 18-24, you must complete the 'None for the Road' self-study DWI awareness class.  The University of New Mexico Continuing Education Center administers the None for the Road course.  Get None for the Road information and an application online, or call (505)-277-0051 or toll-free at (877)-663-7465.  Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  None for the Road brochures and applications are also available at any MVD Field Office.