If your driver license, identification card or instruction permit (also called credentials) was lost, stolen or destroyed, you may qualify for a duplicate license for a fee. You may be eligible for a duplicate at no charge if you do not receive your credential in the mail, and come into a state Driver License Office between 30 and 90 days after the issue date of the lost credential. If you wish to check on the status of your card, please go to myDMV.Colorado.gov and use the "Where is my driver license/ IS?" service.
A duplicate credential is a copy of your license, so it will have the same expiration date, class and endorsements as your previous credential.
To get a duplicate of your lost, stolen or destroyed credential, you will need to visit a driver license office. You can make an appointment online at myDMV.Colorado.gov. When scheduling your visit, you should select Renew Colorado License/Identification card as your appointment type.
During your visit, you will be required to attest that your credential was lost, stolen or destroyed.
If you're out of state and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you can request a duplicate by mailing a completed DR 2989 with an out-of-state mailing address to:
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Division of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 173345
Denver, CO 80217-3345
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