LINCOLN – Nebraskans are being asked to use online services instead of stopping by the DMV.
According to a release from the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, most of their services can be safely done online. State DMV and county offices are seeking to de-densify and reduce in-person interactions.
Dozens of services are available online, including common services such as renewing a driver’s license, state ID card and vehicle registration, ordering specialty plates, applying for handicap permits and more.
By providing these services online, DMV officials are able to ensure the health and safety of their customers and team members. It is important to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19 as the number of hospitalizations increase in Nebraska.
The number of customers using online DMV services has increased significantly since the start of directed health measures in Nebraska. Going online helps customers and team members avoid the three Cs: close contact, crowded places and confined spaces.
When the pandemic began, the DMV asked Nebraskans to go online and they stepped up.
A full list of all services provided online with links to each is available at dmv.nebraska.gov/services