Study the regulation of garage men, automobile wreckers, operators of body shops, operators of salvage pools, operators of authorized emissions stations and new and used motor vehicle dealers, including, without limitation, the registration or licensure of such persons and the methods of disciplinary action against such persons;
Analyze and advise the Department relating to any consumer complaints received by the Department concerning garage men, automobile wreckers, operators of body shops, operators of salvage pools, operators of authorized emissions stations and new and used motor vehicle dealers;
Make recommendations to the Department for any necessary regulations or proposed legislation pertaining to paragraph (a) or (b);
On or before January 15 of each odd-numbered year, prepare and submit a report concerning its activities and recommendations to the Governor and to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmission to the Legislature and the Chairs of the Senate and Assembly Standing Committees on Transportation; and
Perform any other duty assigned by the Department.
The board consists of 10 members appointed by the Governor. It meets at least twice per year.
For the former Nevada Legislature Commission on Special License Plates, see the Legislature website, choose Interim information and Legislative Statutory Committees. Here is a link to the Commission for the 2019-2020 Interim.
The authority for the commission was transferred to the DMV by the 2021 Legislature under Assembly Bill 188.