Nevada Drivers Must Soon Submit Mileage To DMV

Data Will Be Used To Determine Proper Highway Funding

Mitch Kelly
August 23, 2019 - 7:40 am

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LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - Drivers in Nevada will soon have to turn over their odometer readings to the DMV.  

Under new Assembly Bill 483, which was passed in the state's legislative session earlier this year, the DMV will collect the readings any time someone registers a car, renews their registration, or sells a car.

Lawmakers will use the mileage data to make decisions about future highway funding. There are no fees, taxes or fines associated with the program, which begins October 1st and runs through 2026.   

Motorcycle and mo-ped riders will not have to participate.