The State of Nevada requires all actively registered vehicles to maintain
Nevada liability insurance continuously during the entire registration
period, even if the vehicle is not being used.
There must be current insurance in the DMV system before you can proceed.
If you have just obtained current insurance you may need to update your
insurance before reinstating.
Is the vehicle suspended?
Check the suspension date on the certified notice. If the registration is
not in suspension this transaction may not be available to you.
Certificate of Financial Responsibility
If your insurance has lapsed for 91 days or longer a Certificate of
Financial Responsibility (SR22 high risk insurance) is required. You will
have to go into a DMV office to reinstate your vehicle registration.