Welcome Colorado Drivers
This page is all about you and your needs. We’ve gone directly to the Colorado government source to gather all the facts you need about driving and vehicle ownership in Colorado. All that information is here in one place in an easy-to-use format.
You don’t have to go to several sites to find information on how to get a driver’s license in Colorado or insurance requirements, or educational opportunities. Need information on how to buy, sell and register a motor vehicle in Colorado? That’s all here, too. We’ve also gathered information on how to pay your traffic violations and when those violations threaten your driving privileges in Colorado. Address changes, forms, and requesting your driving and criminal records are also covered here.
We’ve done everything we can to ensure you a smooth ride in Colorado. Now, the rest is up to you. Whether you’re a new driver, experienced driver, vehicle seller, or vehicle buyer, spin our site and find what you need to succeed.
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Common DMV Questions
How do I apply for a driver's license in Colorado?
To apply for a Colorado driver's license, you must visit your local DMV office with the required documentation, such as proof of identity, residency, and social security number. You must also pass the written, vision, and driving tests. If you are under 18, you must complete a driver's education course before obtaining a permit, which is required for at least 12 months before applying for a license.
How can I renew my Colorado driver's license?
You can renew your driver's license online, by mail, or in person at a Colorado DMV office. To renew online, visit the Colorado DMV website and follow the instructions. If you prefer to renew by mail, you will need to fill out the appropriate form and send it along with the required payment. If renewing in person, make an appointment at your local DMV office and bring the necessary documents. If you have any questions, contact your local DMV office for more information. Thank you for using DMVGO to renew your driver's license. We wish you safe travels on the road!
How do I register my vehicle in Colorado?
To register your vehicle in Colorado, visit your local county clerks or local DMV office. You must provide proof of ownership (such as the title or registration from another state), proof of insurance, and payment for the required vehicle registration fees. You may also need to obtain an emissions test if your vehicle is not exempt.
What are the requirements for a Colorado emissions test?
The requirements for a Colorado emissions test vary depending on the model year of your vehicle and the county in which you reside. Generally, vehicles that are seven model years old or newer are exempt from testing. Gasoline-powered vehicles between eight and eleven years old require an Onboard Diagnostics (OBD) test, while vehicles that are twelve years old or older need an enhanced emissions test. Diesel-powered vehicles may also require testing. Visit the Colorado DMV website or contact your local DMV office for more information.
How can I transfer my out-of-state driver's license to Colorado?
To transfer your out-of-state driver's license to Colorado, you need to visit a Colorado DMV office within 30 days of establishing residency. Bring your current, valid out-of-state driver's license, proof of identity, proof of Colorado residency, and your social security number. You will also need to pass a vision test and pay the required fees.