If you need Vehicle Registration or any DMV Services Our Las Vegas Office: 1515 E Tropicana Ave, Suite 345, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119 (Maryland Pkwy and Tropicana Ave)
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Sales Taxes are paid to the dealer, based on the actual sales price.
Vehicle must be registered before the expiration date on the placard issued by the dealer.
Use Online Vehicle Registration. Register your vehicle online without visiting the DMV! You can transfer existing plates or get new standard plates in the mail. Most vehicles purchased from a Nevada dealer are eligible.
Sales Taxes - You may or may not be charged sales tax at registration. Many dealers remit sales taxes directly to the DMV. Full Nevada taxes are due on vehicles purchased in Utah. See Out-of-State Dealer Sales.
Vehicle must be registered before the expiration of any movement permit issued.
Odometer Statement - Ensure the dealer completes this statement on the title or certificate of origin on vehicles 9 years old or newer. The original copy of a separate statement is also acceptable.
New Nevada residents must obtain their driver license and vehicle registration within 30 days.
Out-of-state insurance is not accepted. You must obtain insurance from a Nevada Licensed Insurance Carrier and maintain the coverage for the entire time the vehicle is registered in Nevada. Coverage is verified electronically with your insurance company.
Motorists who do not maintain Nevada liability insurance are subject to a registration suspension and reinstatement fees and fines. You must keep Nevada Evidence of Insurance in your vehicle at all times. Mopeds and trailers are exempt from insurance requirements.
Out-of-state insurance is not accepted. You must obtain insurance from a Nevada VIN inspections are done at DMV offices. At larger offices, drive to the inspection station outside the main office first.