The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) oversees the functions of
- Nevada Driver's licenses
- Nevada ID Cards
- Nevada Permits
- Nevada License Plates
- Nevada Titles
- Nevada Vehicle Registrations
Recent DMV Reviews
I had about a 20 minute wait, but it only took about 10 minutes to take care of business.
Very rude didn't take time to find out all details
Make sure you have all documents needed and make online apt. Go half hour early to get a spot in line. Be prepared to wait a long time in lobby for number calling. We waited over a few hours even with appointment.
I purposely drove to the Durango office today (Saturday) because the DMV site says that is a walk in day. We get there & the lady at the door says that walk ins are now Wednesday, as of July 2023. I came home & rechecked & the site definitely says Saturday. The lady said appointments were listed as far as late November. This is only Oct. 7 & my license expires early November. I have never seen such a screwed up system.
Best staff I have ever seen.No matter how busy,always smiling,helpful,and professional,we are lucky to have you!!!!
Juneteenth Closure of Nevada DMV Offices: Appointments to be Honored
All Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offices across Nevada will be closed on Monday, June 19, in observance of the newly recognized state holiday, Juneteenth, as announced by Governor Lombardo's recently signed legislation. “We’re aware that the closure of our offices on a day where customers had...
No appointment needed at the DMV for new Nevada residents
Newcomers to Nevada are receiving the welcoming mat of sorts from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). New residents in Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City and Henderson can head straight to the DMV without an appointment to transfer their out-of-state driver licenses. They can also register to vote as...
Nevada DMV Nixes Walk-In Appointments
A New System Surprises Nevada Residents For residents attempting to renew their Nevada licenses and ID cards these past weeks, there may have been a bit of a shock when entering the DMV; walk-ins were no longer welcome. Since August 15, the state has established a new rule that residents must have...