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Nevada DMV Secure Power of Attorney

If mileage needs to be disclosed by a 3rd party signing via POA, a secure Power of attorney is required. An example of this would be if a title was lost and a duplicate needs to be ordered by POA. Selling or buying during a

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Nevada DMV Urges you to properly inflate your tires.

Sure, here is a blog post about why properly inflating tires is important: Why Properly Inflated Tires are Important Properly inflated tires are important for a number of reasons. First, they help to improve your car’s fuel efficiency. When your tires are underinflated, they have

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Nevada DMV Moving Permit

Summertime is almost here and with that comes an increase in vehicles driving around without plates. What the correlation is between the two who knows? If you look around it’s fairly easy to see that phantom plates tend to tick up after May. A vehicle

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Smog Checks

The Nevada DMV requires, in certain counties, that a vehicle be smogged each year prior to renewing registration. You will be mailed renewal notice which lets you know if an emissions test is required. Emission inspections stations in Nevada are privately owned and decentralized. If

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Nevada Registration Fees Explained

Each year it happens whether we like it or not, registration fees must be paid to the Nevada DMV. Each state has different fees when it comes to automobile registration and Nevada’s fees are on the higher end of the spectrum. While the actual registration

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Nevada Bonded Title

Nevada requires residents to purchase a surety bond as part of the application process to obtain a bonded title. The bond ensures that the rightful vehicle owner will not suffer a financial loss if the title applicant is seeking to obtain the title fraudulently. If

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