In general, you may need : Secure and Verifiable Identification. Proof of Colorado Auto Insurance on vehicle to be registered . Vehicle Title or “Title Complete Card” for a new registration . Proof of Emissions, if applicable. VIN Verification, if applicable. Form of Payment: Credit Card, Debit Card, Cash, Check or Money Order.
Registration for a Recently Purchased Vehicle The initial registration must be done in person at the DMV, but subsequent registrations can be done by mail or online . Colorado’s vehicle registration fees are decided on the weight, taxable value, and the purchase date.
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.
You must register in person at a Motor Vehicle office in the county where you reside. For information about where to register outside Denver County, visit the State of Colorado DMV Website. Visit our DMV branch offices page for Denver County DMV locations, hours and directions.
You will need 2 forms of state-issued IDs, 1 of which must be a photo ID. All of the following are considered valid forms of identification in Colorado : Colorado driver’s license . U.S. birth certificate.
Yes, but only if you drive the vehicle directly to the first place of storage (usually your home) within three days of the sale. You must have the properly assigned title and proof of insurance with you. Do not use the seller’s license plate on the vehicle while driving it home.
Yes. Is this a “legitimate loophole” to avoid paying vehicle registration fees in Colorado or their home state ? No. Colorado law states, after becoming a Colorado resident, you must transfer your driver license within 30 days and register your vehicle within 90 days.
* If you DID have the title registered in your name at one point in time, but simply lost the title , you can get a Duplicate Certificate of Title . Apply for a Duplicate Certificate of Title at your nearest county office and paying a $8.20 fee.
Those two fees were added by the state legislature in 2009 to fund road and bridge repair, and since then, vehicle registration fees have provided $1.3 billion in road and bridge funding. If you get a specialty plate, you might also have to pay a fee that funds a specific cause.
Colorado has a title fee of $7.20, which covers the cost of creating a new title to transfer legal ownership of the vehicle to your name.
Yes. Colorado does require emissions tests but not for all vehicles. For example, the state requires emissions tests for many vehicles that are more than seven model years old. If the year is 2019 and you have a vehicle that is a 2011 model or earlier, you may have to receive an emissions test .
A “qualified individual” must reside in Colorado with the intent to make Colorado their permanent home and legal residence. Colorado residency requires a domicile in Colorado for 12 continuous months on or prior to the first day of classes of each semester.
Follow these steps after just purchasing a used car : Transfer the Title: First, have the seller transfer the title to you . Get Insurance: According to Auto.com, you need to insure your car before you register and drive it. Get an Inspection: Next, have your car inspected by a mechanic or dealership.