The Nevada DMV will starting taking “skip the line” appointments starting March 25 when it rolls out a new system.
It will be the first time in nearly three months that people can make an appointment at the DMV. Their previous system ended on Jan. 1, 2019.
More than 1.2 million appointments will be available annually statewide under the new system which is double what the previous system could handle. This works out to about 16,550 appointments weekly in Las Vegas. People will be able to book multiple services under the same appointment, something the previous system did not allow.
We want to make it an appointment-based agency,” said Kevin Malone, DMV. “We want to make the DMV a faster, appointment-based experience.”