Renewing your Driver License
If your driver's license is about to expire, you need to act now. Renewing your license before it's too late can save you a lot of time and money. Our staff has researched the driver's license renewal process for every state, so all the information you need is right here at your fingertips. Click "Continue" below to get started..
Renewing your license in Nevada
How to renew a license in Nevada
Your license will be good for four years and expires on your birthday in the year indicated on the front of your license.
If you are trying to decide if your license is valid go and check out your driving record.
- Go to the renewal website and enter the access code shown on your renewal notice.
- Pay $22 by major credit card ($17 for ages 65 and up), and within seven to 10 days you'll receive a sticker in the mail to place on the back of your license.
Renew by mail:
- Follow the instructions on your renewal notice.
- This option usually applies only to people who are temporarily out of state, who have recently moved, or who have some other unusual situation.
- Send a check or money order for $22 ($17 for 65 and up), also shown on the notice.
- To use a credit card, mail the Credit Card Authorization form with your renewal request.
Renew in Person:
- Follow the directions on your renewal notice for the forms.
- Bring the forms and your notice to a participating office.
- Pay the $22 ($17 for 65 and up) fee with credit card.