The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles has launched a significant enhancement to an existing online service making it easier for Nebraskans to do business with the State of Nebraska. Holders of Nebraska Driver Licenses and Identifications Cards can now update their address online from their computer, tablet or phone. In two weeks 1,100 drivers have already used the application reflecting unprecedented success.
Launched on June 28, 2016, Nebraskans now can comply with the statutory requirement to update their address within 60 days of moving using the new enhancement, by uploading the required documents necessary to verify their new address and circumvent the necessity to make a trip to a driver license office.
"We realize many of our customers want and need to do business with us outside of traditional business hours. We respect their time and were able to remove this barrier to the traditional change of address process. This new service is one more way we can assist Nebraskans when interacting with the DMV in a manner which is most convenient for them," stated DMV Director Rhonda Lahm.
The driver license renewal/replacement online application with the change of address capability can be found by going to http://www.clickDMV.nebraska.gov. Applicants must present two different types of documents from the approved list of fourteen items. Documents are submitted for review and approval by DMV driver licensing staff.
"This service will allow our customers who need a relatively simple transaction to get their business completed at a time which is convenient to them. This accommodates the largest number of persons possible and promotes efficient use of DMV services for our customers," says Sara O'Rourke, Driver License Administrator for the DMV.
The online application was developed by Nebraska Interactive, LLC. "We are excited to add a new enhancement which saves constituents time and creates more effective and efficient government services," stated Brent Hoffman, President of Nebraska Interactive.
Media interested in seeing a demonstration of the new change of address online service can contact DMV Director Rhonda Lahm at 402-471-3900.