Nevada DMV ask walk-in customers to avoid 'Black Monday'

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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is asking walk-in customers to use alternative services this coming Monday or to delay visiting an office until later in the week.

The Monday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the department’s busiest day of the year, leading some of the staff to call it “Black Monday.” Customers who don’t have an appointment are expected to face wait times that are much longer than usual.

The Monday following Thanksgiving is traditionally the DMV’s busiest day of the year.

If you don’t have an appointment and you need to do your DMV businesses on Monday, there are many alternatives to DMV office visits. DMV officials say the department’s website offers two dozen online transactions, including address changes and personalized plate orders. The agency also has self-service kiosks at most DMV offices and at 31 supermarkets and other partner locations across the state.

For more information, click on the links below:

Online Vehicle Registration

Kiosks

Office and AAA Locations

Appointments

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