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Nevada is a big state, and with 85% of the land being federally owned, that means there is a ton of riding just waiting to be explored. From the rugged 4x4 trails near Reno to the dry lake beds and sand dunes outside Las Vegas, this state has a little of everything. But if you live here and own an OHV, you need to get it registered.
Nevada implemented a registration program back in July 2012, which means if you own an OHV that is 1976 and newer or has an engine size greater than 70cc, a Nevada OHV Registration Decal is required. The registration process is simple, but if you follow the three steps below, you will be on the trail in no time.
Currently the registration process is done by mail. This means you cannot visit the local DMV office and turn in the registration application. The same goes if you need a VIN check done - you have to pay a visit to a licensed dealer.
Once the paperwork is processed, you should get two stickers in the mail to attach to the vehicle. Cost as of January 2023 is $20 (1 year sticker). Visiting from out of state? If the OHV is registered in another state and will be located in Nevada for no more than 15 days, than you are exempt.