How to Register a Vehicle in Nevada
- Step 1: Obtain Car Insurance. Welcome to Nevada!
- Step 2: Complte an Emissions Inspection. Then, you’ll need to get your car inspected at the DMV to be issued a Vehicle Identification Certificate.
- Step 3: Apply for Registration at the DMV. After these steps, you’re ready to register your car.
What do I need to bring to the DMV to register my car?
In order to register your vehicle, you will typically need to bring the vehicle’s title, a bill of sale and proof of tax payment, your driver’s license, and either your insurance ID card or another form that provides proof of insurance.
How much will my registration cost in Nevada?
The basic registration fee for vehicles under 6,000 pounds is $34. There is a graduated scale for higher weights. Trailers up to 1,000 pounds are $13; 1,000 or above are $25. Nevada charges $29.25 for first-time vehicle titles and small fees for items such as license plates.
Do you need a bill of sale to register a car in Nevada?
The Nevada Vehicle Bill of Sale VP-104 is a legal document that is required in the state of Nevada as proof of a legal sale and purchase of a motor vehicle. This document will not require notarization unless requested by the DMV or by preference of the seller and buyer.
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