DMV Reminds Nebraskans About Online Services, Reveals New Specialty License Plate

DMV Reminds Nebraskans About Online Services, Reveals New Specialty License Plate
Courtesy of DMV.

LINCOLN – As a new specialty license plate has been revealed, the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles are also encouraging customers to take advantage of the DMV’s many online services.

According to a release these many common services, such as driver’s license renewals and license plate renewals, can be accomplished online without any need to go to a DMV office. There are also dozens of other online services including online fleet renewal services, driving record purchases, vehicle tax estimators, specialty license plates and address changes.

By using online services, customers living near busier DMV offices in the state can avoid other customers, while Nebraskans in rural areas can get what they need done without having to travel or plan for the specific time and day their local office is open.

The Nebraska DMV offers a wide array of online services for people all across Nebraska. Customers in Nebraska are able to do their DMV business in a convenient and timely way.

A list of the Nebraska DMV’s online services can be found at dmv.nebraska.gov/services.

Also, the Department of Motor Vehicles will offer a new specialty license plate for purchase which began on January 1.

The new ‘Josh the Otter, Be Safe Around Water’ specialty plate will be sold at the cost of $5 annually for an assigned alphanumeric plate number or $40 annually for a custom message. The fees from the plate will be distributed to a fund that will be used for programs that raise awareness and educate the public, especially children, on water safety and the importance of staying away from water unless accompanied by an adult.

Purchasing specialty license plates are a great way for Nebraskans to support good causes like the ‘Josh the Otter, Be Safe Around Water’ campaign.

All specialty plates can be purchased online quickly and easily at dmv.nebraska.gov/services. Plates will be delivered to the purchaser’s county treasurer.

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