Use Our Online Services

Check Online Services and Kiosks first to see if you can complete your transaction without coming to the DMV.

Online Renewals: Vehicle Registration  |  Drivers License  |  ID Card

Caldor Fire

The DMV is offering special assistance to those who need to replace their ID or vehicle title lost in the Caldor Fire. See Duplicate License or ID.

Vaccination Clinics

The three Las Vegas DMV offices are hosting after-hours COVID vaccination clinics. See Locations for details.

New Nevada License Design

New Nevada Driver License
The new Nevada Driver License

The DMV is issuing a new design on all driver's licenses and ID cards. See Driver's License Designs and the News Release.

Make an Appointment (Metropolitan Areas)

Most transactions at DMV offices in Carson City, Henderson, Las Vegas and Reno require an appointment. You may obtain a vehicle movement permit without an appointment.

Make an appointment  |  Confirm, change or cancel

Rural offices are walk-in based and serve customers from their local area only. See Locations for details.

Technology Fee

The DMV is no longer collecting the $1 Technology Fee. Do not include this fee with any mailed transaction. Payments with the fee will be returned. The fees listed and charged on the DMV websites are correct.

Mail/Fax Transactions

Please allow four to six weeks for processing of any transaction sent by mail or fax. Do not cancel your payment or send a second payment. Please do not contact us if you are still within this period. Thank you for your patience.

Contacting Us

Don't fall for scams. DMV never sends unsolicited texts.

Please do not contact the Nevada Department of Transportation or the Department of Public Safety with DMV-related questions. They are unable to assist you. See the DMV contact information below.

We're Hiring!

See Employment Opportunities.

KIOSKS

Registration Renewals, Duplicates, Decals and Driver History Reports are printed on the spot.

Many take cash.

News!

LATEST NEWS

CHARITABLE LICENSE PLATES: The DMV has released three new specialty license plates. Online vehicle registration now lets motorists choose one of 26 charitable plate designs!.

BUYER BEWARE: The DMV is seeing more stolen vehicles. Don't fall victim to a scam.

TECHNOLOGY FEE: The DMV is no longer charging a $1 technology fee in compliance with a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision.

HISPANIC OUTREACH: The DMV has launched a campaign to encourage Hispanics to use MyDMV and other alternate services.

ODOMETER READINGS: Motorists are required to submit odometer readings at vehicle registration and renewal.

TEEN DRIVERS: Get the Parents Supervised Driving Guide and RoadReady app to help teens gain behind-the-wheel experience.

UBER/LYFT DRIVERS: You must mail a records application to obtain your original license issue date.