If you live in Nevada, you will need to visit the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for your motor vehicle or driver related services. The state has different offices to choose from, and you need to select the right one when you visit.
You can speed up the process by stopping by a kiosk at various DMV locations and partner sites. You will have to pay a processing fee if you use this service.
The DMV in a Box provides:
Get your driver’s license or registration renewed without the fuss at an express office. These offices were made to get you in and out as quickly as possible.
If you need a commercial license, title, or registration, stop by one of these offices. Trucking companies also utilize these offices for IRP/IFTA registration.
Nevada offers both real and standard licenses and IDs. Starting in 2020, U.S. residents will need Real IDs to get on airplanes or to enter federal facilities that require identification. If you get your license from a kiosk, it will be a standard ID unless you have already received a Real ID from a DMV location.
You can contact the Nevada DMV via its online form, on the phone, or through the mail.
To call the DMV, use the appropriate number:
Las Vegas Area: 702-486-4368.
Reno/Sparks/Carson City: 775-684-4368.
Rural Nevada/Out of State: 877-368-7828.
TDD (hearing impaired only): 775-684-4904.
Administrative hearings office: 775-684-4543.
Bad debt: 775-684-4517.
Compliance enforcement division: 775-684-4790.
Director's office: 775-684-4549.
Insurance verification program: 775- 684-4850.
License/registration call center: 775-684-4830.
Motor carrier/fuel taxes: 775-684-4711.
Nevada State Switchboard: 800-992-0900.
Occupational and business licensing: 775-684-4690.
Records section: 775-684-4590.
Special plates: 775-684-4750.
Vehicle title section: 775-684-4810.
Central services fax: 775-684-4992.
Send mail to:
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711