Nevada DMV Services

Avoid the lines at the Nevada DMV.

Get the most out of your Membership and stop by your closest AAA branch for friendly DMV services. Take care of common tasks at your local branch or at a self-service DMV Now kiosk. Working with AAA is fast, easy, and convenient—and you never need an appointment. Find a Nevada DMV AAA location near you.

Please call your local AAA branch to confirm the availability of DMV services. Some locations also accept appointments.


At select Nevada AAA offices, the following DMV services are available:

  • Registration renewal, plus change of address
  • Duplicate registration certificates
  • Temporary operating permits
  • Replacement registration stickers
  • Out-of-state transfers
  • Applications for, and pick up of, disabled license plates and placards
  • Reinstatement of registrations suspended due to lapse in insurance
  • Duplicate title
  • International driver permits
  • Dealer transfers (available at select Nevada AAA branches)

Bring the following with you to the AAA office:

  • Valid AAA Membership Card
  • Valid driver’s license, government-issued ID, or DMV ID card
  • Nevada DMV paperwork. Note that your name must be on the vehicle title or registration, and all parties involved must be AAA Members (unless otherwise noted).
  • A form of payment. AAA accepts most major credit and debit cards, eChecks, and cash. (DMV Now kiosks do not accept cash).

While AAA offers a variety of DMV services, in Nevada you still have to visit a DMV office if you need the following options:

  • Permit and license tests
  • Driver’s license renewals
  • VIN verification
  • Smog check
  • New vehicle registration
  • REAL ID
  • Vehicle safety inspections
  • Correctable violation (fix-it ticket) sign-off
  • Salvage certificate
  • Original or new vehicle transactions of any type
  • Select correctable violation payments
  • Out-of-country vehicle (grey market) conversion
  • Print out driver history reports
  • All other DMV services not available at AAA branches

Visit the Nevada DMV site or call your nearest DMV location to make an appointment, or look up the nearest Nevada DMV Now kiosk.


Certain restrictions apply. DMV services offered may vary depending on location; please contact your local AAA office for details on available services.