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The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles is in charge of everything related to driver’s licenses, titles, and registration in the state of Colorado. While the DMV oversees all activities, it divides tasks between two separate offices. If you live in Colorado, you need to visit the Driver’s License Office or the County Title and Registration Office, depending on your needs.

Getting Your License in Colorado

If you need a driver’s license or ID card, you must visit a driver’s license office. These offices also handle:bliblin

  • Permits
  • Vehicle records
  • Written tests

In the state of Colorado, you are allowed to have an ID card or a driver’s license. You cannot have both.

Getting Your Title or Registration

County Title and Registration Offices provides titles, plates, and registration. Choose from regular, group special, military, and alumni license plates. The office also has additional special plates, including dealer and U.S. Senator plates.

Online Services for Colorado Residents

If you don’t feel like fighting the traffic and braving the lines, you can utilize the DMV’s online services. With the help of a computer and an internet connection, you can:

  • Renew your license
  • Renew your license plates
  • Change your address on your license or ID

Beat the Lines with an Appointment

You can also skip the long waits by scheduling an appointment at the Colorado DMV. The DMV is currently unrolling the appointment feature at all of its offices. If your office isn’t taking appointments yet, check back later, as the plans to include all offices in the near future.

Utilizing the online form, you can make an appointment for:

  • Driver’s tests
  • Written tests
  • License renewals
  • Adding endorsements
  • Out-of-state transfers
  • Name changes
  • Reinstatements
  • Replacements
  • New ID cards
  • Hearing requests
  • Exceptions processing

Contacting the Colorado DMV

You can reach the Division of Motor Vehicles over the phone every Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

The DMV’s number is:
303-205-5600

If you are hearing impaired, call:
303-205-5940

If you need to mail correspondence to the DMV, address the envelope to:
Division of Motor Vehicles
1881 Pierce St.
Lakewood, CO 80214

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