The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is announcing proactive steps to protect Nebraska residents from receiving erroneous notices of outstanding tolls and fines from out-of-state government agencies.
The current county specific license plates issued for farm and commercial vehicles contain a numerical sequence which may be the same numerical sequence on more than five different plate types.
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.
The year 2016 brings another opportunity to recognize military personnel who are currently on active duty or who are Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine or National Guard veterans. Legislative Bill 383 passed by the 2014 Nebraska Legislature authorized the issuance of Military Honor Plates beginning January 2, 2016.
Nebraska vehicle owners can now sign up for email and text notifications reminding them to renew their vehicle registrations, eliminating the need for the paper notice.
Launched on December 1, 2008, the online vehicle registration application has allowed more than a million Nebraskans to renew their vehicles online. With the addition of the eNotice application, receiving a notice through a preferred digital device makes renewals more cost efficient and expedient.
Nebraska DMV and The Parent's Supervised Driving Program Celebrate Parents during National Teen Driver Safety Week
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and The Parent's Supervised Driving Program announced today support for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) "5 to Drive" campaign. The campaign encourages parents to talk to their teen drivers about one critical safe driving practice each day during National Teen Driver Safety Week.
Many changes to state laws become effective July 8, 2015, that will impact holders of Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDLs) and those applying for and upgrading CDL documents.
Beginning July 8th, all individuals applying for, renewing or upgrading their CDLs will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful status. A list of acceptable documents can be found on the Department of Motor Vehicles website: www.dmv.nebraska .gov. Click on Driver Licensing Services and follow the menu listing for the new requirements.