NV residents can now do more DMV transactions online

CARSON CITY, Nev. (KRNV & -- Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has created a web portal called "MyDMV" that puts all of the most common DMV transactions in one place, making it more convenient for motorists to renew a driver's license, vehicle registration or ID card. For the first time, customers will be able to make a change of address online.

MyDMV account holders will be able to go green by receiving registration renewal notices by email. Starting this summer, participating vehicle owners will receive a 60-day advance notice for registration renewals. After the 60-day email notice, account holders will receive reminders at 30 days and 15 days to renew their registrations. In addition, account holders will be able to obtain a driver history printout, update insurance information, check the status of a license or registration or order a duplicate license, ID or registration.

In order to register, customers will need a Nevada driver's license or ID card, their date of birth, social security number and valid email address. Signing up is easy and free at