Save time, go online: Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles awareness campaign aims to get Coloradans to Skip The Trip and Get Back to Living Life

LAKEWOOD, Friday April 30, 2021 -- Summer is not going to last forever and the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is out to help Centennial State residents save time so they can enjoy more of the season’s warm weather and longer days.

The Division is launching a multimedia awareness campaign aimed at getting Coloradans to skip the trip and get back to living life, because most people have things they’d rather do than visit the DMV.

The multimedia campaign, which launches in early May and runs through June, features a one-stop-shop for Coloradans to learn about and access DMV online services. This hub, at DMV.Colorado.gov/Save-time, has direct links to 18 featured online services as well as information about the all ways to access all of the DMV’s online services. The hub also has a media toolkit for news outlets and the DMV’s county partners to help encourage Coloradans to save time. 

No one wants to be stuck in the DMV, especially during summer when there’s so many great things to do in Colorado. So before your next trip to the DMV, remember to save time, go online! Visit DMV.Colorado.gov/Save-time for more information!

The DMV encourages Coloradans to use its online services whenever possible. 

At myDMV.Colorado.gov, Coloradans can access dozens of online DMV services, including license and ID card renewals, vehicle registration renewals, paying a traffic ticket, motor vehicle records, first-time vehicle registration and many more. 

Additionally, almost 20 DMV online services are available on the myColorado™ app, available on Android and iOS devices.