Nevada DMV appointment system returns soon in Las Vegas Valley

After more than three months of waiting, Las Vegas Valley motorists soon will be able to skip the line at area Department of Motor Vehicle offices.

The DMV’s new queuing system is set to roll out March 25 at the four Las Vegas Valley offices, according the Kevin Malone, DMV spokesman.

The system, developed by Swedish company Qmatic, will be installed and tested by the individual offices next week, ahead of the full rollout the following week.

Las Vegas has been without the appointment service since Jan. 1, as the DMV moved toward implementation of the new system. The Reno and Carson City DMV offices saw the system rolled out over the course of the last month.