LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada Highway Patrol says no enforcement action will be taken on expired Department of Motor Vehicle documents through a specific date range, for now.
DMV documents that have expired between March 12 and July 15 have a grace period until Sept. 13, the agency says.
Troopers ask that drivers keep expired registration and other paperwork in their vehicle.
#breaking DMV documents that have expired between 3/12/20 - 7/15/20 now have a grace peroid until September 13, 2020 per the NVDMV. No enforcement action will be taken on vehicles inside those dates. Please keep expired reg/paperwork in your the vehicle. #nhpsocomm
— NHP Southern Command (@NHPSouthernComm) July 13, 2020