Nevada County Assessors issue Tax Exemption Vouchers in a variety of different formats. The examples below will help you locate your Exemption Number and Type. See County Assessors for details on whether you qualify for an exemption.
You must present your tax exemption voucher at the time you register or renew your vehicle. Exemptions are not credited or refunded after the fact.
You may claim your county-issued tax exemption when renewing your vehicle registration including online renewals. Sorry, but Clark and Douglas counties are not available yet.
You will be asked to choose the type of exemption and enter the exemption number. We will electronically verify the number and the amount with your County Assessor. The amount of your exemption will be deducted from your registration fees automatically.
If you renew online, there is no need to present the card at the DMV or mail it in! Keep it for your records. Thank you for using DMV online services.
Online registration renewals using tax exemptions are currently not available in Clark County as it builds a new computer system for the assessor there. Look for Clark County later this year.
Online registration renewals using tax exemptions are currently not available in Douglas County.
Many of Nevada's rural counties issue a tax exemption voucher similar to the one pictured here. If your exemption type is listed as "WIDOW(ER)" on the card, choose the "SURVIVING SPOUSE" option when renewing your registration.
Some counties do not issue a printed voucher. You must obtain your exemption number from the Assessor.
Washoe County has several types of cards.