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January 20, 2022
Governor Polis highlighted the driver license fee relief program with Department of Revenue Executive Director Mark Ferrandino in Southern Colorado 
January 4, 2022
Plates to now expire when owner sells, transfers vehicle LAKEWOOD, Friday Dec.
December 6, 2021
LAKEWOOD, Monday, Dec. 6 - Due to programming updates needed to comply with the Sustainability Of The Transportation System Act, motor vehicle registration renewal reminders for Coloradans’ whose vehicle registrations expire in January 2022 will not be mailed in December.

Comunicado de Prensa (español)

January 20, 2022
El Gobernador Polis destacó el programa de alivio de la tarifa de la licencia de conducir con el director ejecutivo del Departamento de Ingresos, Mark Ferrandino, en una visita al sur de Colorado.
January 4, 2022
Las placas ahora caducan cuando el propietario vende, transfiere el vehículo  
December 6, 2021
LAKEWOOD, Lunes 6 de diciembre - Debido a las actualizaciones de programación necesarias para cumplir con la Ley de Sostenibilidad del Sistema de Transporte, los recordatorios de renovación de registro de vehículos motorizados para los residentes de Colorado cuyos registros de vehículos vencen en enero de 2022 no se en

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January 5, 2022
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January 5, 2022
November was anything but slow for the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles. Driver license offices across the Centennial State served 115,985 Coloradans -- making November a record-breaking month.