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Vehicle registration renewals in under 2 minutes!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSWhat is Nevada DMV Now? Collapse
Nevada DMV Now is a self-service DMV kiosk that offers a fast and easy way to renew your vehicle registration. It is a machine with touch-screen technology that looks similar to an ATM. Simply scan the barcode on your renewal postcard or type your license plate number on the touch-screen. The machine will accept your payment and print your registration and license plate tabs on the spot!
You can get a duplicate or get a driver history printout too!Who can use the kiosks? Expand
If you are a resident with a registered vehicle in Nevada, you may use any Nevada DMV Now kiosk in the state.
You must have a Nevada driver's license to get a driver history printout.
Find the nearest kiosk.When can I renew at a kiosk? Expand
You can renew your vehicle registration approximately 35 days prior to the expiration date listed or up to 18 months after. Your registration expires on the exact date listed, not at the end of the month. Late fees will be added automatically.Will I pay a fee to use the kiosk? Expand
In addition to the fees for the actual service, there is a $3 processing fee for a registration renewal or duplicate and a $1 fee for driver history printout or insurance reinstatement.
There are no additional fees for credit card use.How can I pay? Expand
Credit and debit cards are accepted at all locations (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Some locations also accept cash. Only one method of payment is allowed per transaction.Can the kiosk do other transactions? Expand
Yes, the kiosk will also perform the following transactions:
Vehicle Registration Renewal
- Your renewal notice or the license plate number and last four digits of the VIN
- Your current odometer reading
- Your Exemption Number if you are claiming a county-issued Veterans or other exemption
- Your Evidence of Insurance card
- You must have a valid Vehicle Emission Inspection on file (if applicable).
When to Renew
You can renew approximately 35 days prior to the expiration date listed or up to 18 months after. Late fees will be added automatically.
There is a $3 processing fee in addition to the renewal fees.
- Nevada Drivers License
- License Plate Number
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
The fee is $6 plus a $3 processing fee.
Driver History Printout
Have your Nevada Drivers License ready. The fee is $8 plus a $1 processing fee.
Insurance Suspension Reinstatement
- Your suspension notice or the access code from it
- The registration must be suspended
- You must have current insurance on file
- You may not use a kiosk if an SR-22 is required
There is a $1 processing fee in addition to the reinstatement fees. You can renew your registration at the same time if it is due.What types of license plates can be renewed at a kiosk? Expand
You may renew almost all Nevada license plates at a DMV Now kiosk. But there are a few plate styles and other exceptions that cannot be processed:
- Classic Vehicle, Classic Rod and Old Timer license plates if you are claiming an emissions exemption
- Professional Firefighter plates
- Active-duty military and spouse exemption
- Farmer/Rancher or Tribal exemption
- Commercial Fleets or Motor Carriers
Kiosks accept county-issued exemptions for Veterans, Surviving Spouses and the Blind.
Three-year trailer registrations are available on kiosks at DMV offices.How does the kiosk work? Expand
Simply scan the barcode on your vehicle registration renewal notice or use the touch-screen to type in your license plate number and last four digits of the VIN. Have your current odometer reading ready. Follow the instructions to review your vehicle record, and pay taxes and fees. The machine will print your receipt, registration and decal on the spot. Just grab your documents and go!
You will need your Nevada drivers license for a driver history or your insurance suspension notice for a registration reinstatement.What if I need proof of emissions testing? Expand
Your test results are transmitted to the DMV immediately. You may renew at a kiosk as soon as you complete the test. Your renewal postcard will indicate if you need proof of emissions.What if I need proof of insurance? Expand
You should bring your current Evidence of Insurance card with you for a registration renewal. The kiosk may ask to confirm your coverage if the DMV does not have a valid policy on file.Who do I contact with questions about my motor vehicle registration or license plate? Expand
Please contactyour Department of Motor Vehicles.What are the Nevada vehicle registration requirements Expand
Please visit Nevada DMV's website for more information.Can I renew or replace my driver's license at a kiosk? Expand
No, but many drivers license transactions are available online. Others require a DMV office visit. Please visit Nevada DMV's website for more information.