ID card icon Replacement License, Permit and State ID Cards

Get your Replacement Online

Get your replacement online if you:

  1. Hold a Class O (car) license, Class M (motorcycle) license or State ID Card.
  2. Have not changed your name since the issuance of your last license or State ID Card.
  3. Have not obtained more than two replacements within five years.
  4. Other exceptions may apply, check the online FAQs to find out what those are.

Note: If you need a Learner's Permit, School Permit, Provisional Permit, Commercial License or Commercial Permit replaced, you must apply in person at a Driver Licensing Office.

 

Get your Replacement at the DMV

You can also get your replacement at any Driver Licensing Office

To apply for a replacement Driver's License, Permit or State Identification Card, a resident must submit the following:

Upon completion of processing and payment of the fee, the County Treasurer will issue you a 30-day receipt, with driving privileges if appropriate. Your driver license, permit or State ID Card will be mailed to you within 14 business days. If you don't receive your license, permit or ID card within 20 days, contact Driver Licensing Services at 402-471-3861.

Once a replacement document has been issued, the previously issued document is invalid and cannot be used as proof of identification

Out-Of-State

A replacement license, permit, or State ID Card may be obtained by mail if a resident is outside of Nebraska at the time of application.

Note: If you need a Learner's Permit, School Permit, Provisional Permit, Commercial License or Commercial Permit replaced, you must apply in person at a Driver Licensing Office.

  • A properly completed Operators License Out of State Renewal data form is required, as well as Acceptable Proof of Identification and two forms of proof of address. Acceptable proof of address may be found at: Identification/Address/SS Verification Requirements
  • For information regarding fees, refer to Licenses and Permits. Be sure to contact the Driver Licensing Services Home Office in Lincoln, prior to mailing your request for specific questions regarding applications for replacement licenses, permits and State ID Cards by mail and to determine acceptable methods of payment.
  • All applicants for replacement licenses will be required to meet vision and medical requirements.

 

Questions regarding Replacement Licenses, Permits, or State ID Cards, may be addressed to email or by contacting this office at (402) 471-3861.