|Address Change & MyDMV|
Change the physical and mailing address on your license or ID and your vehicles. You'll receive a new license or ID in the mail.
The DMV is proud to offer MyDMV personalized online services. Take a moment to create your account and get access to your license and vehicle records all in one place.
Services marked with the MyDMV logo are available in your account.
|Registration, Insurance & License Plates|
Annual renewal. The Certificate of Registration and decal are mailed to the address on record. You may renew up to 18 months after expiration. Late fees will be added automatically.
Online Exemptions! You may now claim your tax exemption online. This applies to Veteran, Surviving Spouse and Blind Exemptions issued in all Nevada counties except Clark, which will be added in the future.
Print a duplicate of your vehicle Certificate of Registration online or have a duplicate certificate and decal mailed to you. The fee is $5 and you will need your Vehicle Identification Number.
|Personalized Plate Search||
Build your personalized plate online and order by mail or fax.
|Registration Fee Estimate||
Have your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) ready and find out how much it will cost to register your car. This is an estimate of registration fees only. Total charges may include other items such as fees for titles, license plates, inspections and sales taxes.
|EDRS Online Registration||
If you have purchased a vehicle from a participating Nevada dealer, you may be able to complete your registration online without visiting a DMV office. See also EDRS Information.
|Vehicle Resale Notification||
Notify the DMV within five days to help protect yourself in the event the vehicle is later abandoned. Please note you should also transfer or surrender your license plates and complete a Bill of Sale on private party sales. See Selling a Vehicle.
Update your vehicle insurance policy information with the DMV after you change policies or companies.
|Registration and Insurance Status||
Shows whether your insurance coverage has been confirmed by the DMV, your policy expiration date, your vehicle registration expiration date and whether your plates are currently active, expired, suspended or surrendered.
|Insurance Verification Response||
DMV sends a mailer if we have identified your vehicle as possibly uninsured. You may use the access code to reply to this mailer online.
If your registration is suspended due to an insurance lapse, you may pay the reinstatement fee online and, if needed, renew the registration.
|Vehicle Taxes History||
Registration fees and sales taxes paid for itemizing deductions on your income tax return. Both personal and business vehicles are listed.
|Smog Spotter Smoking Vehicle Report||
Do your part for air quality. Report smoking vehicles by plate number, time and location.
|Driver License & ID Cards|
|Duplicate License, Permit or ID||
Order a duplicate driver license, instruction permit or ID card online and receive it in the mail. Sorry, no address changes, name changes, commercial licenses or duplicates of any card due to expire within 60 days.
See Duplicate License or ID for more options if you do not have an existing MyDMV account or do not know the issue date on your latest card.
|Driver History Printout||
A 3-year or 10-year history for employment or insurance purposes. See Driver History Reports for other options and how to read a printout. You must have Adobe Reader or other PDF software installed on your computer.Download Reader free.
|Driver License Renewal||
You must receive a renewal notice with access code to renew your license online. See Renewal Options if you do not have a notice.
|Drive Test Scheduling||
Schedule a driving skills test for a non-commercial Class C (autos) or Class M (motorcycles) license if you already have an instruction permit. See Commercial Licensing to schedule a test for all other classes and endorsements.
|Identification Card Renewal||
You must receive a renewal notice with access code to renew your ID Card online. See Renewal Options if you do not have a notice.
Verify whether your body shop, garage, auto dealer or driving school has a valid DMV business license before you buy!
The Emissions Stations search also features a customized, print-friendly list of 2G Emissions Repair Stations in your area if your vehicle has failed a smog check.
|Private Bidder Verification||
For salvage pools to verify whether a private party is eligible to purchase salvage vehicles.
|Motor Vehicle Industry Portal||
DMV licensees can view their business information on file with the department and print a renewal notice. Now includes fuel dealers and suppliers.
|Business License Renewal||
DMV licensees such as auto dealers, emissions stations and garages can complete their annual business license renewal online using an access code printed on the renewal notice. The online transaction includes all occupational licenses and license plate renewals plus requests for new license plates. It is available to all licensees except driving schools.
|Body Shop Labor Rate Survey Results||
Results include those shops that complete the survey through the license renewal deadline of April 30 each year.
|Body Shop Labor Rate Survey||
Body shops are required to complete this survey prior to their annual license renewal. Shops that miss the April 30 deadline for business license renewal must still complete the survey online, but may not use the online license renewal.
- Vehicle Registration
See Motor Carrier. You must have an account to take advantage of registration and fuel tax reporting services.
Anyone may report potential fuel tax evasion. Diesel fuel dyed red is intended for off-road use only. The DMV and/or the Nevada Highway Patrol will investigate all reports of the illegal sale or use of dyed diesel or any other form of fuel tax evasion.
Nevada's Buisness Portal
|Hours of Availability|
Don't wait until the last minute.
DMV Online Services are unavailable from midnight to 3 a.m. Tuesday and midnight to 2 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
Availability varies on weekends and holidays.
Services may be unavailable at other times.
There is no extra charge for DMV online services. We encourage you to use E-Check or the debit card for your checking account. This saves your taxpayer dollars through reduced fees.
DMV also accepts major credit cards. And, no matter how you pay, your transaction is handled through industry-standard secure connections to ensure your privacy.
Be sure you see a confirmation screen similar to this one at the end of transactions that require payment. Print this or make note of the Transaction Confirmation Number.
You will also have the choice of whether to receive an email confirmation.
Please mail or fax your renewal if we do not have your correct address. If you do not have a renewal notice, please email your license plate or driver license number and current address or call 486-4368 in Las Vegas, 684-4368 in Reno or 1-877-368-7828 in rural Nevada. You may also renew in person at a DMV office.
See Address Changes. Military members out of state should include a copy of their most recent LES.
Address changes on Commercial Driver Licenses must be completed in person.
This information is sent to DMV electronically. The renewal will not be accepted if an emission test is required and a valid result has not been received, or if you have dropped your insurance. See Emissions or Insurance for more information.
Exemptions are issued by County Assessors. The DMV has a system to verify the amount of certain exemptions so that you may use them in online renewals. The following exemptions may be used online:
The online renewal option is not yet available in Clark County or at kiosks. These will be added in the future. Please mail your renewal to claim the exemption. You may also renew in person. See Registration Renewal options. See Registration Fees for details on tax exemptions.
The most common cause of this is an incorrect address. Sign on to MyDMV to see your status, change your address and renew your registration.
You may also email your license plate or driver license number and current address, call for instructions or renew in person at a DMV office. If we do not have your correct address, we will ask you to mail or fax a Change of Address Application with your renewal.
If you renew a registration online prior to changing your address, your documents will be sent to the address we have on record. The DMV will charge a small fee for substitute decals.
We do not mail renewal notices if your license or registration is suspended, cancelled, revoked or if your registration is expired more than one year. In these cases, a DMV office visit will be necessary. If you have received a postcard asking you to renew your driver's license in person, you must renew at a DMV office. Use the online Registration and Insurance Status Inquiry to check your registration.
It is your responsibility to renew on time regardless of whether you have received a notice.
Driver License: You can renew your driver license online if you have received a renewal notice. In most cases, a new license will be mailed to the address we have on file. If this is an incorrect address or if you did not receive a notice, please renew by mail. See Driver License Renewal Options.
If you have received a post card asking you to renew in person, you must do so. If you cannot get to a Nevada DMV office, you cannot renew your license. The only exception to this is made for active-duty military members. their spouses, dependents and certain federal employees.
Active-duty military members and Nevadans out-of-state who are eligible to renew by mail can complete an Application for Nevada Driver License by Mail. Please call or email your name, Nevada driver license and current address before using this form. See Driver License Renewal Options for more information.
Registration: You can renew online if your vehicle does not require a smog check. The registration slip and decal will be sent to the address we have on file. If we do not have your correct address, you may not receive the documents.
If your vehicle requires a smog check and you cannot have it done in Nevada, you cannot renew online. Please renew by mail or fax. See Renewal Options.
Your renewal was late and the system automatically added in the appropriate late fees. Nevada registrations expire on the exact date listed on the registration slip and renewal notice, not at the end of the month. There are no extra charges for renewing online.
An incorrect address is the most common cause of this and DMV will assess a small fee to issue new documents. You will have to mail or fax a Change of Address Application and an Application for Duplicate Registration Certificate.
Your registration or license record is updated instantly upon completion of the transaction and will show current to police. The documents are printed and mailed from Carson City within two business days.
Please wait 7-10 days for your renewal to arrive. If it has not arrived within 10 days, please email your current address and plate or driver license number, visit a DMV office or call 486-4368 option 4, option 5 in Las Vegas, 684-4368 option 6 in Reno or 1-877-368-7828 option 6 in rural Nevada.
If the DMV has your correct address, you may apply for a duplicate registration or certificate by mail. If you are not sure whether your renewal was completed, you can check the registration status online.
We offer a number of choices:
Please email us. Emails are usually answered within two business days. Be sure to include your license plate or driver license number and other information needed to research your request.