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Fair Share Program Launched in Nevada to Thwart Unregistered Drivers

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Fair Share Program Launched in Nevada to Thwart Unregistered Drivers

In an effort to to increase tax revenue, Las Vegas Township has created a Fair Share Hotline to report vehicles that are not registered in the State of Nevada.  The Hotline, 702-455-FAIR (3247), can be called anonymously and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The program was launched since vehicle registration fees are an important part of Las Vegas’ budget to improve roads, schools and government entities in the surrounding Las Vegas area.

Callers are asked to provide the description of the vehicle, the license plate number and an address where it can be found.  Vehicles that are reported to the hotline will be investigated by Las Vegas Township Constable deputies.  It should be noted that these reports may only be filed against resident who reside in the Las Vegas Township jurisdictions, and do not apply to residents in Henderson or North Las Vegas.

While vehicle registration fees are mandatory necessity for Local Government to operate efficiently, getting a registration ticket in Nevada doesn’t have to be a burden.  The Las Vegas Attorneys at 24 Hour Ticket Power are skilled at handling registration tickets, and the process can be handle 100% online.  So don’t be a burden to your local government, register your car and contact our law services for help dealing with your ticket and making you a solid citizen of the State of Nevada.


  1. mark hoffmann August 24, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    i live at the vistas 3100 needles hwy laughlin. this apt complex has almost 50% out of state plates. these residents have lived here for years. also crown point where i used to live at 3665 needles hwy has almost 50% out of state but full time residents of nv for years. this aint fair to us who comply. hope ya do something about this asap. thx.

  2. christine August 25, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    I think its hideous that Las Vegas is forcing non resident to register our car here.What if I just regeister my car in California two months ago??? Do I have to register it again in Nevada?? Considering most of us on Unemployment check, and driving legally with insurance, update registration,drvers license!!! It’s totally outrageous!!

  3. diana October 24, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    When I moved here I had just gotten my Georgia plates a month earlier. Knowing I had 30 days to register in Nevada, I went ahead and did it. A lot of people get themselves in trouble by not following the rules. Make sense?

  4. michael December 28, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    I think it is an ok idea but there is going to be a lot of military push back… most military members have out of state registration, because they are not required to have state registration due to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 1940. “To help ease the economic and legal burden of active duty military members….” just remember when reporting a person and vehicle… make sure that they are not military first… They will be taken care of n it will be found out that they are military but thats a lot of stuff to put someone through who does not deserve it…

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  12. Jeff July 23, 2013 at 11:14 am

    I am here for a 6 month internship and someone reported me for having out of state registration. Now I have to pay the $100, registration fees, and get NV insurance. This is horrible for people like me. For those who support, I want you to realize you’re basically asking people like me to pay for your sorry-azz economy. Give me a break! Bye NV. I will never come back.

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