DMV launches website to cut down on wait times
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- We've all been there: waiting in line at the DMV to take care of one simple task. Now, you may not have to.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has just launched an online service that Nevada residents can use called MyDMV. The website allows users to do 15 of the most common transactions at a computer.
"MyDMV asks motorists to register online for a personalized DMV account," said Troy Dillard, DMV director. "Once registered, a person can find all of their license and registration records in one place.
Some of the transactions available online include renewing a driver's license, vehicle registration, and making a change of address. This is a free service that is up and running today.