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Renew Drivers Registration

Renew Registration

You need up-to-date registration in your state to legally operate your vehicle, so each year you'll need to renew it prior to its expiration date. If your expiration date is right around the corner, you've come to the right place. We'll walk you through the process of getting your car registration renewed as quickly and painlessly as possible. Just select your state and click "Get Started."

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Renew your vehicle registration in Nevada

How to renew your vehicle registration in Nevada

You will get a notification in the mail letting you know when your registration in Nevada expires. You have the option to renew prior to the expiration date by phone, fax, through the mail, online, or in person.

Renew by phone:

  • Have your credit card, registration renewal notice with the access code handy before the call.
  • Call the following numbers based on your location:(702) 486-4368 and choose option 1 if you are in the Las Vegas Area (775) 684-4368 and choose option 1 if you are in the Reno/Sparks/Carson City Area (877) 368-7828 (toll-free), choose option 1 if you are in the Reno Rural Nevada.

Renew by mail:

Send the renewal form and the appropriate payment to:

Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
Central Services and Records
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711-0700

Renewing online:

  • Diesel vehicles that have to have emissions testing can't renew online.
  • Click here for the online website.
  • Have your registration renewal notice with the access code handy or use your license plate number with the last 4 digits of the VIN.
  • Make sure to have a credit card or debit card handy to pay for the renewal. You can also request an electronic withdrawal from your checking account.
  • There is no additional fee for online renewals.

Renewing in person:

  • Locate your local DMV office.
  • Bring the renewal form with the fee to pay for the renewal.
  • DMV Offices accept cash, check, credit or debit card as payment.


Fees range from $10 to $1,360.