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The DMV is headed by a director, and the position is currently occupied by Julie Butler. It is based in Carson City, Nevadas capital.
You have 30 days after purchasing a vehicle or after you become a resident of the state. Failing to apply for Nevada vehicle registration may result in an initial $1,000 fine.
The LTO charges a P100 weekly fine for late registration. If the delay lasts many months but not longer than a year, the fine will be equal to 50% of the MVUC. 3. Can I change my plate number?
If you are caught driving an unregistered vehicle or one with an expired registration in Nevada, you can face a fine of $1,000. Even if this is the first time you drove without the proper documentation, the fine may still apply.
Call the Code Enforcement office at (702) 633-1677 during normal business hours. Fax your complaint to (702) 633-5278. Download and complete the Request for Code Enforcement Services form; fax it to the number above or mail it to the address at the top of the form.
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Compliance Enforcement Office Locations For all other DMV issues, please call one of the main numbers as listed in Office Locations or Contact Us. 555 Wright Way. Carson City, NV 89711. (775) 684-4790. Carson City Map.
Driving without a valid rear license plate is illegal in all 50 states. Some states, however, dont require a front license plate. The only exception for driving without a permanent license plate is for a brief window after youve purchased a new car and youre waiting for your permanent plates.
Registering your vehicle in the state of Nevada is required for anyone that is a resident of the state, or certain non-residents that fit specific criteria. If you fail to register your car in the state of Nevada you risk receiving a $1,000 fine.
$6 per month late penalty on the past-due Registration Fee. 10% penalty on the past-due Governmental Services and Supplemental Governmental Services Taxes ($6 minimum, calculated every 15 days)
Nevada does not have a grace period on expired registrations. Your registration expires on the date listed, not at the end of the month. You can check its status with our Online Registration and Insurance Status Inquiry.

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