LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has issued an automatic 90-day extension for DMV documents (driver’s license, identification card, vehicle registration etc.) that expired after March 16.
The 90-day extension will begin from the date that the DMV offices reopen in Nevada.
The DMV is also giving a 60-day extension for people whose documents have expired within 30 days of its reopening.
The extension was previous granted for documents that expired between March 16 and April 30.
The extension begins on the date of expiration on the DMV-issued document. The expiration dates on driver’s licenses and other documents will not change.
The extension does not apply to vehicle liability insurance or SR-22 requirements.
Drivers should print a letter from the DMV about the extension and keep it with them if they have documents that have expired.
Click here for the document.
Kiosks are still available to process some transactions. However, most driver’s licenses and ID cards cannot be renewed online.
It is still unknown at this time when the DMV officers, along with other state offices, will reopen.