Important Nevada DMV Forms
No one wants to spend extra time at the DMV. That’s why Aceable has collected some of the most common forms new and experienced drivers are required to provide. Click the links below to learn more about these documents. You can also download, print and fill them out before heading to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
Driver License Forms and Applications
- Change of Address by Mail – DMV 22: Complete this form and mail it to the DMV to change the address on your driver license, CDL, identification card, instruction/learner’s permit
- Nevada Driver’s Handbook – Questions on the Nevada permit test and written driver exam come from the Nevada Driver Handbook. Reading through the handbook will help you get a better score on your written exam.
- Application for Nevada Driver License by Mail – DMV 204: Nevada residents who are temporarily residing outside Nevada and meet all other Department requirements may use this form to apply for a driver’s license renewal or duplicate by mail.
- Application for Driving Privileges or ID Card – DMV 002: Nevada residents who cannot meet the proof of identity requirements for a driver’s license or ID card may be able to obtain a Driver Authorization Card (DAC). DMV 002 En Español – DMV 002 Sa Tagalog
- Beginning Driver Experience Log DLD 130 – Required to complete Nevada’s Parents Supervised Driving Program. The Beginning Driver Experience Log should be updated after each driving session to prove you have completed 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice by the time of your skills test
Vehicle Registration Forms
- Application for Vehicle Registration – VP 222: Necessary to apply for a new vehicle registration. Evidence of insurance must be presented at the time of application.
- Personalized License Plate Application – SP66: The DMV reserves can refuse any combination of letters and/or numbers that are deemed to be derogatory, vulgar, or in conflicting in other ways
- Vehicle Inspection Certificate – VP 15: This form must be completed by an Authorized Nevada DMV Representative or a Peace Officer in order to verify a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- Nevada Driving Record: Your driving record is a very important document, containing a wide variety of information: license classifications and endorsements, a history of your driving violations, car accidents you’ve been involved in, and much more. find out how to obtain your record.