NRS 487.290
Unlawful possession of unregistered vehicles unfit for use

  • exceptions.


Unless the person first obtains a license pursuant to NRS 487.050 or 487.410, a person shall not for any reason keep more than two unregistered vehicles on real property owned by or under possession or control of the person if the vehicles are no longer intended for or in condition for lawful use on the highway.


The provisions of subsection 1 do not apply to:


Premises used by a licensed dealer, manufacturer, distributor or rebuilder.


Vehicles to be restored or used as a source of parts in conjunction with the operation or maintenance of a fleet of vehicles for the carriage of persons or property.


Premises used as a farm, ranch, mine or repair shop for motor vehicles.


Any person engaged in the restoration of one or more vehicles entitled to registration as a Horseless Carriage or otherwise having classic or historic significance.

Source: Section 487.290 — Unlawful possession of unregistered vehicles unfit for use; exceptions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-487.­html#NRS487Sec290.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 487.290’s source at nv​.us