Nebraska Vehicle Registration Renewal
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires drivers to keep a valid registration for their vehicles. You can renew:
- By mail.
- In person.
Renew NE Car Registration Online
The easiest way to renew a Nevada vehicle registration is by using the DMV online portal. You can renew online as long as you(r):
- Do NOT have to change your address.
- Vehicle has NOT been expired a year or longer.
- Vehicle does NOT have a registered weight of over 27 tons.
NOTE: If you renew during the last week of the month your registration is due, you may not receive your new registration document and sticker before expiration.
Visit the online portal and:
- Choose the county you live in.
- Provide your registration number.
- Submit your renewal request.
Your new registration and decal will be mailed to your address.
Nebraska Registration Renewal by Mail or in Person
To renew a Nebraska registration by mail or in person, simply:
- Complete the form provided with your renewal notice.
- Provide a document proving financial responsibility (insurance). This must be an original document (not a photocopy).
- Provide payment for the applicable fees.
- Visit your local county treasurer’s office OR mail your items to the address listed on your renewal notice.
Nebraska Vehicle Registration Renewal Fees
Certain counties may implement their own fees.
- Motor Vehicle Tax (due annually until the vehicle is 14 years old): 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.
*See the complete fee schedule.