Online registration is a limited pilot project. You may use this service only if
you purchased your vehicle from a Nevada dealer and the control number on your Dealer
Report of Sale (DRS) begins with the letters "EDRS". Otherwise, you must register
your vehicle at a Full Service DMV
Congratulations on the purchase of your new vehicle! You may be able to skip the
line at the DMV by registering online.You can transfer
your current license plates or get new standard license plates through the mail.
It’s quick, easy, and best of all, no lines!
Your vehicle will be registered after the successful completion of this transaction.
Please be sure you have a printer available as you will need to print documents.
The Certificate of Registration and decal will be mailed within two business days.
If you are getting new license plates, they will be mailed separately within 10
We mail to the address listed on your Dealer Report of Sale (DRS).
If the address on your DRS is incorrect, you must register in person at a full service
Because the Online Registration is fully automated, there are
limitations on using this service.
To begin, please enter the entire Control Number located on the upper right-hand
side of the DRS (include the letter that is in front of the numbers). Next enter
the last four characters of the vehicle identification number (VIN), then select
If any of the following conditions
apply, you will have to visit a full service DMV office to register your vehicle.
If you are transferring license plates from your old vehicle, you will need your
current Certificate of Registration. Please have this ready before you begin. The
registration on your old vehicle will be immediately surrendered. Any credits from
license plates being transferred will be applied to the new registration. The name
on the current registration must match the name on the DRS. Certain license plate
styles such as Classic Vehicle and Professional Firefighter cannot be transferred
online. If you decide to obtain new standard license plates and have credits with
the DMV; you must go into a full service DMV office if you wish to use those credits.
The following license plate types cannot be
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