According to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, one can learn if a driver's license is suspended by obtaining a copy of one's driving record or contacting the DMV about the status of the license. The DMV may also mail a notice of suspension to the driver in question.
According to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, one's official driving record states whether or not a license has been revoked or suspended. In some states, it is possible to order a copy of a driving record online or by email. In others, it must be obtained in person. Anyone who contacts the DMV about a license should be able to learn whether it has been suspended, why it was suspended and how to get it reinstated. Many agencies also mail suspension notices.