Cedar County Treasurer’s office is busy learning Nebraska’s new DMV computer system

HARTINGTON — Some big changes are just around the corner for the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.

On Oct. 15, the DMV will go live with a modernized vehicle registration and titling system.

VicToRy replaces a program in place since the early 1990s. Developed by FAST Enterprises, it will be used to register over 2.5 million vehicles annually and collect nearly $720 million in titling and registration revenue for state and local entities.

In order to get ready for the launch the Cedar County Treasurer’s office will be closing early on Oct. 11 in order for staff to close out the books on the old system.


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