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New Vehicle Registration in Nevada

How to get a new vehicle registration in Nevada


It is a requirement that you register your vehicle in Nevada within 60 days. Whether your car is used or new or you bought it from a private owner or a dealership you will need to register your vehicle. If you registered your vehicle in another state it will not be valid it must be registered in Nevada. The first registration must be done in person after that your yearly renewals can be done in person, online, by mail or by telephone.

Registering for the first time:

  • Have the vehicle inspection done for the identification number. If the vehicle passes inspection you will be issued a Nevada VIN Certificate.
  • Make sure to turn in your registration and out of state license plates.
  • Click here for the emissions vehicle inspection report form.
  • Submit your out of state title or certificate of title. If you can't get your title bring the registration document with proof of sales tax payment.
  • Viit your local DMV with all of the above paperwork and provide proof of insurance, and the odometer reading, if the vehicle is less than 10 years old.

If you have purchased the vehicle from a dealer in Nevada:

  • Turn in the green copy of the report of sale.
  • If the dealer says you need to send in and emissions vehicle inspection report make sure to do so.
  • You pay the sales tax to the dealer based on the actual sales price.
  • Visit your DMV office and bring the above documents with you. Bring proof of insurance, and the odometer reading, if the vehicle is less than 10 years old.

If you purchased the vehicle from an out of state dealer:

  • Turn the bill of sale in.
  • Make usre to have the title or manufacturer's statement of origin or security or lease agreement.
  • Get the vehicle inspected for the identification number. Once the vehicle passes inspection you will be issued a Nevada Vehicle Identification Certificate.
  • If you are told you need the emissions vehicle inspection make sure to get it.
  • Go to your local DMV office and bring the above documents with you. you will need to provide proof of insurance, and the odometer reading, if the vehicle is less than 10 years old.
  • The DMV will calculate the sales tax based on what you paid and what the charges are in Nevada you will have to pay the difference.

If you have purchased the vehicle from a private party:

  • Turn in the title or security agreement.
  • Get your vehicle inspected for the identification number if it passes you will get a certificate.
  • If you need to get the emissions test make sure to turn in the report.
  • Visit your local DMV with the above paperwork. You will need to provide proof of insurance, and the odometer reading, if the vehicle is less than 10 years old. Out of state insurance is not acceptable in Nevada.
  • If you purchased your vehicle on or after 1 January 2006 you will be exempt from Sales Tax. Vehicle purchases before this date will have to pay all taxes.

Fees:

  • The fee varies depending on the manufacturer's model year or the vehicle's total weight.