LINCOLN, Neb.--(Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced that the online driver license services at ClickDMV.ne.gov have been expanded to include teen driver school permit, provisional operator’s permit, and first-time driver license online applications for those individuals previously holding a school permit or provisional operator’s permit.)--The
“It creates an enormous efficiency for families across Nebraska and the DMV.”
The new teen online drivers license services provide the convenience of applying for a license or permit anytime and anywhere; avoiding the hassle of waiting in line or missing school or work. The new online service was implemented in conjunction with the DMV’s new electronic waiver system being used by the Driver Safety Schools across Nebraska.
“This is a marquis service aimed directly at teens, the demographic most comfortable with technology and online services,” said Beverly Neth, Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles. “It creates an enormous efficiency for families across Nebraska and the DMV.”
In addition to the new online teen driver license services, the design of ClickDMV was enhanced to provide a better mobile experience. In 2012, nearly 10 percent of those visiting the ClickDMV site used a mobile device – more than double the mobile use rate in 2011. The Department of Motor Vehicles plans to migrate its remaining online services to the new mobile-friendly design throughout 2013.
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