Did you Know?
That there are 2,224,101 vehicles registered in Nebraska.
MOTOR VEHICLES IMPORTED FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES
A resident of Nebraska purchasing a new or used vehicle in a foreign county must present as evidence of ownership the following:
For non-conforming vehicles, a letter from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) attesting to the fact that the bond previously posted for the vehicle has been released and that a Certificate of Compliance for the vehicle has been received is required.
All imported vehicles must have DOT and EPA stickers affixed as evidence of their compliance with U.S. federal equipment and safety standards. The above documentation is also evidence of the compliance. A Vehicle Inspection may be required to verify compliance.
A US Military Base-issued registration does not qualify as proof of ownership unless it specifically states that it also serves as a ‘Certificate of Title'.
The following Federal Government Agencies oversee different requirements involved in the import of vehicles:
Questions regarding Titles for Imported Vehicles may be addressed to Email or by contacting this office at 402.471.3918.
This page last revised 1/7/2015