Emissions Continuous Monitoring
Save Your Time and Money
Nevada’s Fleet Emission Monitoring Program is now available!
Continuously monitor emissions remotely and keep your fleet vehicles on the road without time-consuming annual emission tests.
Nevada's Continuous Monitoring (CM) program offers business and government fleets registered in the state of Nevada a simple, efficient, and environmentally-friendly way to monitor vehicle emissions.
Continuous Monitoring remotely sends vehicle emissions data from the vehicle's Onboard Diagnostics (OBD-II) port to the Nevada DMV.
Skip the conventional emission tests that are required before renewing vehicle registrations. Fleets will save time and money while ensuring vehicles are running as clean as possible all year round.
We are currently looking for Fleets interested in early participation in this program. Qualified Fleet vehicles are model year 2008 and newer, gasoline powered vehicles, 14,000 lbs. or less.
For more details, contact DMV Compliance Enforcement Division at: Continuous_Monitoring_Help_Group@dmv.nv.gov.
Enroll Your Fleet
- Review all four forms below
- Contact and enroll with an Approved Service Provider.
- Complete and return the EC-76, EC-44 and CED-07 forms.
- The DMV will review your application and approve it if your fleet meets the requirements.
- Continuous Monitoring Information for Fleet Participants (EC 049)
- Application for Fleet Participation in Continuous Monitoring (EC 076)
- Fleet Agreement for Participation in Continuous Monitoring (EC 044)
- Non-Disclosure Affidavit (CED 007)
Approved Service Providers
Become a Service Provider
- Review the EC-48 CM Information document below to see if you qualify.
- Complete and return the EC-41, EC-43 and CED-07 forms.
- The DMV will provide the Continuous Monitoring Web Interface document for review and implementation.
- The Service Provider will send at least three OBD devices to the DMV for testing and certification.
- A Pilot Phase begins after an interested Fleet is signed up and verified to be ready for testing.
- The Production Phase begins once the Service Provider has been approved and successfully completed the Pilot test phase.