DMV Appointments in Nebraska
You can schedule certain visits to the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) ahead of time, meaning you won't have to spend all day at the DMV. Keep reading for more information about the types of DMV appointments you can make, how to make them, and what you'll need to bring when visiting your local DMV office.
Keep in mind that you might be able to completely avoid a trip to the DMV by utilizing the online vehicle and driver services offered by the state.
Types of Nebraska DMV Appointments
You can schedule an appointment ahead of time for the following types of DMV services:
- Driver's license road skills test.
- Motorcycle operator skills test (MOST).
- Motorcycle in traffic (MIT) exam.
- Commercial driver's license (CDL) road skills test.
How to Make a NE DMV Appointment
Online Road Skills Exam Appointments
You can make an online appointment for driver's licensing skills tests if you're in the Omaha or Lincoln metro areas.
Visit the Class O Drive Test appointment service to make an online appointment at a participating office. Once you're scheduled, make sure you arrive at the office at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment time.
Additional Exam Appointments
You'll need to call participating DMV testing locations to set up your appointment for the following exams:
- MIT test.
If you run into issues while scheduling your motorcycle exam(s), call the Lincoln office at (402) 471-3861 for assistance.
When you need to schedule your CDL behind-the-wheel exam, you can either call:
Finally, if you can't make an appointment for a particular DMV service, you can still save time by using the Nebraska DMV's Online Lobby Management System. This system allows you to wait in line at the DMV virtually, so in the meantime, you can go about your day until being notified you're nearing the front of the line.
What to Bring to Your Nebraska DMV Appointment
Before leaving for your appointment, double check to make sure you have all the required materials for your visit. There's nothing more frustrating than having to make multiple trips to the DMV, which is why you should take a look at our guides for an idea of what exactly you'll need to bring for the following scheduled DMV services: