Nevada Vehicle Registration

Register a Vehicle in Nevada

Nevada driver’s must register their vehicles with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). 

There are a few different reasons why you’d need to register a vehicle for the first time in Nevada. You may have just:

  • Purchased a vehicle.
  • Moved to Nevada.

Register a NV Vehicle Online

If you purchased your vehicle at a Nevada dealership, you can register your vehicle online. 

Visit the online portal and provide your: 

  • Electronic Dealers Report of Sale (EDRS) number (provided on your lease or report of sale).
  • Last 4 digits of your vehicle identification number (VIN).
  • Proof of insurance.
  • Payment for the registration fee.

Register a Nevada Vehicle in Person

If you recently moved to Nevada or you didn’t purchase your vehicle at a Nevada dealership, you must register your vehicle in person. Consider making an appointment ahead of time.

To register in person, visit your local DMV office and provide your:

  • Electronic Dealers Report of Sale.
  • Proof of Nevada insurance.
  • Current odometer reading.
  • Emissions inspection report (some vehicles may be exempt).
  • Payment for the registration fee.

Nevada Registration Fees

  • Passenger vehicle registration: $33.
  • Additional motorcycle safety fee: $6.
  • Moped registration renewal: $33.
  • Government services tax late fee: $6 or 10% of the fee including supplemental government services tax in applicable counties (whichever is greater).

Use the fee calculator on the DMV website to estimate your total registration fee.