NRS 485.185 State of Nevada requires all vehicles currently registered to maintain continuous
Nevada liability insurance during the entire registration period. View a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Yes, if you qualify you will receive instructions after the reinstatement to renew
the registration online. To qualify, your registration expiration date must
be within 35 days or less with no other sanctions. If you wish to change your
address, name, use an exemption, or credits you must mail the applicable document(s) with
your renewal and fees or go to your local DMV office.
Insurance Companies licensed to do business in Nevada are required to validate
the status of insurance policies. The DMV will electronically ask your insurance
company if the vehicle has current liability insurance coverage.
You must cancel your Nevada registration before you cancel your insurance. If
you sell the vehicle you must remove your plates; the license plates do not
stay with the vehicle.
If you change your name on your insurance policy, you must also change your
name on your vehicle registration and title. At least one name must be in
common on your vehicle registration and insurance policy. You are required to
report a change of address to the Department within 30 days to ensure you
If you purchase new insurance, renew your policy, change insurance companies or
the policy number changes and/or the insurance company name changes; you or
your representative must report these changes to the DMV as soon as possible.
You will have to report:
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