Shortage of workers forces temporary closure of DMV rural offices
LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska) — The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles has temporarily closed its offices in six Nebraska counties.
People in these counties who want to renew their driver’s licenses will have to wait until they reopen, travel to another county, or use the DMV’s online services.
Offices in Franklin, Furnas, Harlan, Kearny, Phelps, and Webster counties are closed through May 2 due to what the DMV calls “staffing issues.”
Over the past few months, DMV has had to temporarily close other offices due to a shortage of staff. There are other offices across the state that are currently being forced to close or reduce the number of days they are open.
Drivers who wish to renew their license online can do so, but there are certain restrictions. For example, you cannot renew online if your license expires after you turn 72 and you cannot change the photo in your license online.
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