Avoid Peak Times
Avoid peak busy times at the Driver Licensing offices: 1) after 3:00 p.m. each work day, 2) when schools are not in session, and 3) the day before and after a holiday.
Arrangements may be made by the Department of Motor Vehicles to have a qualified interpreter available for the hearing impaired. Contact the Driver Licensing Services main office for details.
Organ and tissue donation information is requested each time application is made for a license or ID card. If you choose to be an organ and tissue donor, a symbol indicating such will be printed on your license or ID Card. You can change this designation at any time by applying for a replacement license or ID card through your County Treasurer's office or on-line at http://www.nedonation.org/.
The Department of Motor Vehicles offers voter registration to those individuals who are doing so in conjunction with applying for or obtaining any license or permit. If an individual wishes to register to vote and not make application for a DMV document, he/she will be referred to the Election Commissioner or County Clerk in their county of residence.
In accordance with the Americans with Disability Act, the written driver's license examination and the Nebraska Drivers Manual (car) can be made available in alternate formats. Individuals who need assistance are to request this service in advance by contacting the Driver Licensing Services Main Office.