With the coronavirus affecting the state, Hall County officials are encouraging the public to use online services.
Hall County Treasurer Alaina Verplank said she encourages people to log on so they don’t have to come to her office.
“I think right now would be a great time for people to log on and see how many online resources they can use so they don’t have to come in and wait in line like they would normally,” Verplank said. . “It’s a time saver because when people process their renewals online, we process it the same morning at the office and mail it out.”
She said that while visiting dmv.nebraska.govpeople can renew their vehicle registrations, license plates, driver’s licenses and/or CDL licenses.
“If you click on online services, you can see all driver’s license services, from renewal to change of address,” Verplank said.
“If you click on the vehicles tab you can see where you can renew your vehicle or boat. You can request special plates and there is also a vehicle estimator to see how much it will cost to plate your new vehicle .
Gov. Pete Ricketts granted a 30-day exemption beginning March 1 to renew expired driver’s licenses and motor vehicle registrations, register new vehicles and apply for refunds.