Updated July 13, 2020 - 3:14 pm
Nevada motorists who had documents expire during the pandemic have a couple more months to take care of business.
Residents with documents that expired between March 12 and July 15 have until Sept. 13 to carry out their transactions, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The agency’s southern division, which covers Las Vegas, tweeted it will not enforce any expired documents during the extension.
“DMV documents that have expired between 3/12/20 – 7/15/20 now have a grace period until September 13, 2020 per the NVDMV,” NHP’s tweet read. “No enforcement action will be taken on vehicles inside those dates.”
#breaking DMV documents that have expired between 3/12/20 – 7/15/20 now have a grace peroid until September 13, 2020 per the NVDMV. No enforcement action will be taken on vehicles inside those dates. Please keep expired reg/paperwork in your the vehicle. #nhpsocomm
— NHP Southern Command (@NHPSouthernComm) July 13, 2020
NHP also advised motorists to keep their expired registration or other paperwork in the vehicle.
The deadline extension is part of the DMV’s reopening announcement, which stated that those who had a time-sensitive document lapse, like a driver’s license or vehicle registration, had 90 days from the June 15 reopening date to bring those up to date.