When moving to a new state like Nevada, you will have to take some time to make sure that you are in compliance with all laws. The first thing that you need to do when getting moved into you new home in Nevada is to take the time to get your car registered. You have around 30 days to get this process done before you will be subjected to late fees. In order to get the car registered, you will have to go to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Before you go to the DMV, here are some of the things that you will need to get to ensure that this process goes smoothly.

  • The current registration and plates that you have on the car
  • The tittle to the vehicle
  • The Nevada Emission Vehicle Inspection Report
  • The Vehicle Inspection Certificate
  • A completed Application for Vehicle Registration

If you are already a citizen of the state of Nevada and have bought a new car from a dealership, then you will need to handle the registration. Here is what you will need to get this process handled.

  • Have proof of car insurance
  • Get the green copy of the Dealership Report of Sale
  • Get the Nevada Emission Vehicle Inspection Report
  • Complete the Application for Vehicle Registration

For Nevada residents who have purchased a car from an out of town dealer, here are the things that you will need to get it registered.

  • Bill of sale from the dealer
  • The proof of insurance
  • An odometer statement for the vehicle in question
  • The lease agreement
  • The Nevada Emission Vehicle Inspection Report
  • The Application for Vehicle Registration completed
  • An approved Vehicle Inspection Certificate

When going to get your car registered, you will be required to pay a fee. Here are the fees that you can expect to pay during this process.

  • The Nevada title will cost $29.25
  • Passenger cars will cost $33 to register
  • Low-speed vehicles will cost $33
  • Motorcycles will cost $33 to register

You will have to get an emissions test for the vehicle before you are able to register it in Nevada. If you are new resident, you must have the car inspected. For questions about this process, be sure to visit the Nevada DMV website.

This article originally appeared on YourMechanic.com as How to Register a Car in Nevada and was authored by Valerie Johnston.


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