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Use Our Online Services
We are limiting the number of customers in our buildings to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Check Online Services and Kiosks first to see if you can complete your transaction without coming to the DMV. Renew your vehicle registration online.
Online License/ID Renewals
Online renewals are now available for most Driver's Licenses and ID cards with an expiration date of March 12 or later! Get the details and renew now! Drivers License | ID Card
Get an Extension
Nevadans who can’t renew before their driver license/ID expires should print the appropriate extension letter in case they need to present it to law enforcement. Your expiration date will not change.
Extension for Licenses/ID Cards through November 12
Extension for Senior Drivers 65 and Older
The previous extension on all DMV documents expired September 13. Vehicles must have a movement permit or full registration to be driven on public streets.
Make an Appointment (Metropolitan Areas)
Most transactions at DMV offices in Carson City, Henderson, Las Vegas and Reno require an appointment. Walk-in customers will be directed to online services, kiosks or scheduled for an appointment as appropriate.
Make an appointment | Change or cancel
Rural offices are walk-in based and serve customers from their local area only. See Locations for details.
Register to Vote
If you are new to Nevada and unable to get your Nevada driver license/ID card, the DMV is offering New Resident Saturdays in the Las Vegas and Reno areas. You can also print a paper Voter Registration Form and submit it to your County Clerk by October 6th to be registered for the upcoming general election. Visit the Nevada Secretary of State’s website for more options.