Big question is... purchasing from a dealer or private?
Usually the originating state issues the temp tag to allow transport not the home state but worth checking with both.
This from the NV DMV site. Looks like you might be OK to leave NV butnot sure about all other states you will transit?
When I purchased privately in NC (they don't issue temp permit for private sales) Inegotiated with seller to "borrow" their plates for the trip home. I carried insurance and returned them upon arrival home.
You can obtain a movement permit*online through MyDMV*if you have an existing registration and meet the requirements below.
You can obtain a movement permit at all DMV locations without an appointment. See*Office Locations.
You must have insurance to drive a vehicle on public streets.
may drive a recently-purchased vehicle without a movement permit for three days after the date of purchase if you carry, in the vehicle, proof of ownership or proof of purchase and proof of liability insurance.
(2021 Senate Bill 60 Sec. 20*effective 7/1/21)
This applies only to recently-purchased vehicles. You must obtain a movement permit if your car has been in storage, under repair, etc."
Also found there...
"You also may purchase a special 30-day "drive away" permit for vehicles being driven out of state. These are valid for a one-way trip to a specific destination only."
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