Everything pertaining to Colorado's driver's licenses, titles, and registration falls under the purview of the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles. The DMV is in charge of all activities, but it divides up the tasks between two different offices. Depending on your needs, you may need to go to the County Title and Registration Office or the Driver's License Office if you reside in Colorado.
You must go to a driver's license office if you want a driver’s license or ID card. These offices also deal with permits, vehicle records, and written tests.
You are permitted to own an ID card or a driver's license in the state of Colorado. You cannot have both.
Titles, plates, and registration are provided by County Title and Registration Offices. You can choose a regular, group special, military, and alumni license plate. The office also offers additional special plates such as dealer and U.S. Senator plates.
You can use the DMV's online services if you don't want to fight the traffic and brave the lines. Using a computer and an internet connection, you can:
Make an appointment at the Colorado DMV to avoid the long lines. The appointment feature is now being rolled out to all DMV offices. If your office isn't accepting appointments, check back later because all offices will eventually be included, according to the plans.
The online services allow you to schedule an appointment for:
The Division of Motor Vehicles can be reached via phone from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m every Monday through Friday.
Call 303-205-5600 to get in touch with the DMV.
Call 303-205-5940 if you have a hearing impairment.
When you mail correspondence to the DMV, address the envelope to:
Division of Motor Vehicles
1881 Pierce St.
Lakewood, CO 80214