Nevada License Plate Lookup

Free Nevada License Plate Lookup

Search Any NV License Plate Number and Get Vehicle History and Information

Nevada law requires all vehicles to be registered and issued a license plate number before it can be operated on the road. The Nevada license plate number serves as the vehicle’s identification number and can be used to research the history of any Nevada-registered vehicle. Nevada license plate lookup is an online tool that you can use to download the vehicle history report. offers free license plate lookup. Using your Nevada license plate, you can get a complete vehicle report at no cost. A vehicle report from contains:

  •    Market Value
  •    Vehicle Specifications
  •    Equipment Details
  •    Fuel Efficiency
  •    Safety Rating
  •    Inspection Checklist
  •    Current Warranty
  •    NMVTIS Vehicle History Report

Nevada License Plates & Placards

If you are a resident of Nevada, you must register your vehicle in Department of Vehicles before the vehicle can be operated on Nevada highways. New residents must register their vehicles within 30 days of establishing residency in Nevada.

The DMV issues two plates (except motorcycles and trailers) and the state law requires motor vehicles to display front and rear license plates. Motorcycle and trailers require only one plate which must be displayed on the back of the vehicle. Registration decals indicating the expiration date of registration are placed on the upper right-hand corner of the rear plate.

If your license plates or expiration decals are lost, stolen, or damaged, you can request for a replacement from the Nevada DMV. If your license plates are stolen, you must get a new license plate number. If the plates have been damaged or lost, you can either get a new license plate number or request for a duplicate plate of your old number.

Types of Nevada License Plates

Several license plates are issued by the Nevada DMV.

Special license plates are also issued to a number of Nevada law enforcement agencies, state elected officials and the Nevada congressional delegation. Plate “1” belongs to the Nevada Governor. “2” belongs to the Lieutenant Governor.

Transferring of License Plates in Nevada 

You can transfer a license plate to another vehicle. If another person will be using your existing license plates, you must complete a License Plate Release (SP 67). The new plate owner must submit this form when applying for a vehicle registration.

More Resources for Nevada Drivers:

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  1. Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6.0 million automobile accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  2. Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands.
  3. Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
  4. Check for thefts. Lookup a VIN to check for an active theft or previously recovered theft record.

Run a Free Nevada License Plate Lookup to uncover the full-story of your Nevada-registered vehicle.

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