Participating stations can renew your registration after your vehicle has successfully passed the required emissions test. It's fast, easy and convenient.
Remember, there is no grace period in Nevada!
So, if you are running out of time to renew your registration, stop by a participating Emission Station, get your vehicle tested, your registration renewed and be on your way!
A fee of up to $10.00 may be charged for each renewal in addition to the registration and emissions testing fees.
Use our online Business License Verification to find a station near you. Choose your county, scroll to the right and click on the "REG" link for a list of participating stations.
How It Works
Each participating station can process your registration renewal directly through the Emission Analyzer that tests your
vehicle. You will receive the registration certificate and decal in the mail. It's that simple!
- Be sure to bring your registration renewal notice with you to the station.
If your renewal is late, the system will automatically add in any late fees due. You may renew up to 18 months after expiration.
- Pay DMV renewal fees by cash, check or major credit card..
Stations deposit cash and checks with the DMV on a daily basis. Credit cards are processed directly through the DMV.
- You will receive one receipt for the emissions inspection.
The station is allowed to charge a maximum of $10.00 for the renewal service in addition to the normal fees and/or the posted maximum charge.
- You will receive a second receipt for the DMV renewal fees.
This receipt will contain a DMV Super Transaction ID number. Use this number in case you wish to contact the DMV regarding your
- Your registration is updated instantly.
The new expiration date will show in the DMV computer system immediately upon completion.
- You will receive your new registration and license plate decal in the U.S. Mail.
These are printed in Carson City and placed in the mail within two business days.
If your renewal is rejected, the operator will give you a reason for the rejection and ask you to contact the DMV.