The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and Governor Steve Sisolak issued a three month day extension on expiring DMV documents due to the COVID-19 Corona Virus outbreak.
The DMV closed its offices and call center this week to ensure the safety of their employees and families, leaving those with expiring licenses, vehicle registrations and other documents they may have.
Extensions are being granted on any DMV document that has an expiration date of March 16 through April 30. This includes all types of driver’s licenses and ID cards, vehicle registrations and other permits, DMV business licenses and Motor Carrier credentials.
Citizens are asked to visit the DMV website, dmvnv.com, to download an extension letter to present to law enforcement on demand.
The extension does not include vehicle liability insurance or SR-22 requirements. Motorists must maintain their insurance coverage.
DMV officials encourage customers to complete their business online so they don’t get jammed up with other customers when they seek renewals during or after the 90 day grace period.