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Nebraska Vehicle Titling and Registration

Title and Register a Vehicle in Nebraska

Whether you recently moved to Nebraska or just purchased a vehicle, you’ll need to title and register your vehicle through the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

You have 30 days after purchasing a vehicle or moving to Nebraska to title and register your vehicle in the Cornhusker State.

Title and Register a Vehicle in Nebraska: New Residents

To title and register a vehicle, visit the local DMV office in your county of residence and provide the:

  • Current out-of-state title. Contact the DMV beforehand if your title is being held by a lienholder.
  • Completed Application for Certificate of Title (RV-707).
  • Proof of insurance.
  • Most recent registration.
  • Payment for the applicable fees and taxes.

Title and Registration for Vehicles Purchased in Nebraska

If you purchased a vehicle in Nebraska, you must visit your county treasurer to title and register your vehicle. Provide your:

  • A Bill of Sale.
  • Current title (signed by both buyer and seller). The odometer disclosure section of the title must be completed by the seller upon sale.
  • Completed Application for Certificate of Title (RV-707).
  • Proof of insurance.
  • Most recent registration.
  • Payment for the applicable fees and taxes.
  • If recently purchased, it must be signed by both you and the seller.

*If you purchased a vehicle and were not provided with the title, you may apply for a bonded title.

Nebraska Title and Registration Fees

  • Title fee: $10
  • Motor Vehicle Tax: Based on the vehicle value and age*.
  • Motor Vehicle Fee: Based on the value, weight, and type, and age of the vehicle*.
  • Registration fee: $15.
  • County general fund: $1.50.
  • State recreation road fund: $1.50.
  • Department of motor vehicles cash fund: $2.
  • Plate fee (due when a: $3.30.

Some counties may implement additional fees.