✅ Updated November 2020
Ultimate guide to Registering your Vehicle in Nevada
Here's the ultimate guide to registering your vehicle in Nevada. We've simplified the entire process for you so you can save time.
What You’ll Need to Register your Vehicle in Nevada
- A Nevada Evidence of Insurance Card (insurance must be issued by a Nevada-licensed agency).
- A vehicles inspection report
- The vehicle title (unless it is currently held by a lienholder).
- The Nevada Emission Vehicle Inspection Report, if required.
- The Vehicle Inspection Certificate (Form VP15) (this can be performed at the DMV office when you register).
- The Application for Vehicle Registration (Form VP-222).
- VIN inspection
- Current Odometer Reading
- Invoice or Bill of Sale, and one of the following:
- Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin
- Security Agreement
- Lease Agreement
What You’ll Do to Register your Vehicle in Nevada
- Step 1: Go to your local NV DMV office and submit your current registration and license plates.
- Step 2: Payment for the registration fees (vary based on your vehicle's value) estimate your fees with Nevada's Online Registration Fee Estimate.)
Caveats and Exceptions in Registering your Vehicle in Nevada
- All Nevada residents pay vehicle registration fees and governmental services taxes. You may be required to pay a supplemental governmental services tax in some counties.
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