The Retired Military Vehicle license plate and vehicle registration were authorized by the 2019 Nevada Legislature. See Senate Bill 356.
“Retired military vehicle” means any vehicle or trailer, regardless of size, weight or year of manufacture, that was manufactured for use in the military forces of any country and is maintained to depict or represent military design or markings. The term includes, without limitation, armored vehicles, passenger cars, half-track vehicles, motorcycles, pick-up trucks, sport utility vehicles, tracked vehicles, trailers, trucks and truck-tractors.
The vehicle must be at least 20 years old to qualify for plates and registration. The vehicle must not be used for general transportation but may be used for exhibitions, parades, charitable events, fundraisers or similar activities.
See SB 356 for more details on vehicle equipment and driver's license requirements.
The plate will be produced on the standard Home Means Nevada background. Fees will be $25 for an initial registration and $10 for an annual renewal in addition to all other applicable registration fees.