Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles
motor vehicle owner.
Highway Trust Fund.
The registrant may file an application with the Division to
delete a registered motor vehicle because the vehicle is disabled and has been removed from service. The registrant may, by returning the registration certificate or certificates and such other evidence of registration used by the Division, or if the credentials are unavailable the
registrant may file an affidavit as provided in 003.04 above to receive a credit for of the registration fee deposited in the Highway Trust Fund based upon the
the portion number of
unexpired months remaining in the registration year. No paid under section 60-305.16. When such motor vehicle
credit shall is removed
be allowed for any fees from service within the
may be (1) year
applied against registration fees for new or replacement vehicles incurred within one after cancellation of registration of the motor vehicle for which the credit was allowed.
004.04 Reregistration. registration year in which its
When any deleted registration has been
vehicle is reregistered canceled, the fee shall be
registration fee provided registration year.
ADDRESS FOR FILING APPLICATIONS AND AFFIDAVITS.
The registrant shall file
all applications for deletions or replacement credentials or affidavits for lost, destroyed or stolen credentials with the Division by mailing to the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, Division of Motor Carriers, P.O. Box 98935, Lincoln, NE 68509-8935 or by personal delivery during normal business hours to the Department s Division of Motor Carrier Services, 301 Centennial Mall South,
State Office Building First Floor, Lincoln, Nebraska.
ADDRESS FOR RETURN OF PERMANENT PLATES AND CREDENTIALS.
deletion of an active vehicle the registrant shall return the permanent plate and credentials to the Division by mailing to the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, Division of Motor Carriers, P.O. Box 98935, Lincoln, NE 68509-8935 or by personal delivery during normal business hours to the Department s Division of Motor Carrier Services at 301 Centennial Mall South, State Office Building
First Floor, Lincoln, Nebraska.
LOST, STOLEN OR DESTROYED PLATES.
No motor carrier or registrant shall file a
false affidavit that plates and/or credentials have been lost, stolen or destroyed upon deletion of an active vehicle from a fleet if such plates and/or credentials have not been lost, stolen or destroyed.
Duty to Return the Permanent Plate.
The registrant or motor carrier deleting an
active motor vehicle shall be responsible for the return of the permanent plate to the Division.
Misuse of a Permanent Plate.
If it comes to the attention of the Director from a