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Lancaster County Treasurer's Office

Driver's License Questions

Where can I find Driver's License offices?
You can have your State of Nebraska Driver's License updated at one of two Lancaster County Treasurer offices:

Driver's License Testing
500 West "O" Street
Office hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
402-441-8985

Driver's License Mini Station (No testing available at this location)
625 North 46th Street
Office Hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
402-441-7497
Where do I get or renew my Driver's license?
Get your New or Renew your driver's license at 500 West "O" Street, or you can renew your license at 625 North 46th Street.

Or Online at Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles 

You can only take driver's test at West "O" Street.

How much does it cost for Driver's License, Permit & Identification Card fees?
State of Nebraska License, Permit & State Identification Card Fees 
I have moved here from another state how long do I have before I need to get a Nebraska driver's license?
You are required by State Law to obtain a Nebraska Driver's License within 30 days of moving into the state unless you are considered a "student".
My address has changed, or my name has changed, what do I do?

An address change would require you to surrender your current license or ID card, fill out an application, pay the appropriate replacement fee of $13.50 (a fee of 2.35% ($0.32) for credit use or $2.00 flat fee for use of a debit card applies). You will also need to provide two forms of address verification with the NEW address on them. You may also be able to change your address online through the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles 

The procedure is same for a name change plus you must also provide us with legal certified proof of the name change, e.g. marriage license, divorce decree, court documents, etc. Name Changes cannot be updated online.

What if I am having problems getting my Driver's License renewed online?
You need to be over 21 years of age or under 65 Years of age to renew your Driver's License online. The online Driver's License are from State Department Of Motor Vehicles. You can only renew your license on line once every 10 years. Other requirements and restrictions may apply, please contact the State Department of Motor Vehicles at (402) 471-3861 with questions.
I am out of state and I need to replace a lost or stolen driver's license what can I do?

You can obtain a replacement online if you hold a Class O (car), Class M (motorcycle), IIP (Ignition Interlock Permit) or State ID Card.  You will need to pay the $13.50 fee and a $2.50 security charge assessed for every document issued online (additional credit/debit card state portal fees apply). The license will be mailed to your listed address, temporary copies can be picked-up a the County Treasurer's Office DMV Location.

Or

You can obtain a duplicate license by visiting the Treasurer's Office DMV locations at 625 North 46th Street or 500 West "O" Street and completing the necessary paperwork with a State Driver's License Examiner. There is a fee of $13.50 for a duplicate driver’s license or ID card (a fee of 2.35% ($0.32) for credit card use or $2.00 flat fee for use of a debit card does apply).

Questions regarding Duplicate Licenses, Permits, or State ID Cards, may be addressed by contacting the State DMV office at (402) 471-3918.

I have received my temporary paper driver license, however the original copy has not arrived yet and it has been more then 30 days. What should I do?
Call (402) 471-3861
When obtaining learners permits, all driver's licenses, and state identification cards, you must be able to confirm your current address by providing two forms of address verification. What is acceptable?
Acceptable proof of address 
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