You may schedule an appointment by calling 720-295-2965 or by using the online scheduler.
All state Driver License Offices have now reopened for appointments only. Customers can schedule appointments by using our online scheduler. For CO-RCSA services, please call 303-205-2335. The DMV will only be able to serve customers with appointments and will not be able to accommodate walk-in customers.
For help with title and vehicle registration, please contact your county motor vehicle office. Please also note that State Driver License offices will not be conducting drive tests at this time. If you need to schedule a drive test , please do so at one of Colorado’s third party testers listed here.
You must apply in person at your local DMV office. Currently, only four offices accept walk -ins as well as appointments; the rest are by appointment only. Make an appointment online or by calling the DMV at 1-800-777-0133. Tip: applying for an instruction permit starts a 12-month driver’s license application period.
The DMV encourages soon- to -be-drivers to reach out to a driving school for testing. Can I just walk in without an appointment? All customers must have an appointment. Customers without an appointment will not be served or allowed in a driver license office.
New Colorado residents will be required to show two documents for proof of residency, state/county-certified (or original) birth certificate OR valid passport, and proof of Social Security Number. Proof of residency needs to have the applicant’s name and physical address listed.
The program can be completed either in-classroom or online . You will need to present the certificate of completion when you apply for a driver’s permit , alongside other requirements.
The license fee that is based on the weight of the vehicle currently averages $45.00 per passenger vehicle and $90.00 for light truck vehicles . This figure must be added to the ownership tax calculation. The total of the two will be an estimate of the registration fees.
It is relatively easy to register your car or truck in Colorado . With Colorado vehicle registration being valid for one year, you will only have to do this every 12 months. The initial registration must be done in person at the DMV, but subsequent registrations can be done by mail or online .
Colorado drivers over the age of 21 who hold a regular adult Colorado license may have the option to renew their license online . Visit the DOR’s myDMV website to check eligibility. Office renewal . Drivers can schedule an appointment to renew their driver license online .
You may renew your adult driver license or ID card at any time prior to the expiration date – you shouldn’t wait until it expires‚ online renewals aren’t possible if your license is expired over one year.
You must successfully complete a drive skills test with an approved driver education school, per Colorado Statute 42-2-104: You must be at least 16 years old. You must hold a valid permit for at least 12 months. You must complete Drive Log Requirements.
Avoid the day before or after a holiday: The days right before or after a holiday are traditionally busy because the DMV was closed for a day. Don’t go on Mondays, Tuesdays , and Fridays : For many DMV offices, your best bet for fast service is to hit up the office on Wednesday or Thursday .
When’s the Best Time to go to the DMV ? Bright and early when the DMV opens. Before the lunch hour, before noon. During the middle of the week (Tuesday-Thursday) During the middle of the month .
You must renew in person if you are 70 years old or older, your license will expire in more than 60 days, your last 2 renewals were not completed in person, or you need to take a written test . To renew in person: Complete your Driver’s License application: (to save time, do it ahead of time online!)