Suspended or Revoked - COVID -19 Considerations

If you are currently suspended or revoked, but will be eligible to be reinstated while the DMV offices remain closed please read the information below.

If you have received a letter of revocation or suspension from the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles before or during the period of the COVID-19 Driver License Office Closures, you may use the DMV's online services to complete all of your reinstatement requirements, including paying your $95 reinstatement fee.

You may also mail in your reinstatement documentation and payments to:

COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
DRIVER CONTROL REINSTATEMENTS UNIT
P.O. BOX 173345
DENVER, CO 80217-3345

Reinstatements needing new credential

The department will not be able to issue any new driver licenses during the period of the COVID-19 Driver License Office closures. If your suspension or revocation requires a new driver license to be issued following reinstatement, your driver license will remain in "eligible" status until Driver License Office operations resume and a credential can be issued to you. Law enforcement agencies have been made aware of this temporary condition and the department has requested that no action be taken against drivers with a status of "eligible."

Reinstatements NOT needing new credential

For reinstatements of driving privileges where a new credential is not required, your driver license expiration date remains in the future, and your driver license status has been returned to ‚"valid" and barring any other driver license sanctions, your driving privilege may be returned to "valid" status. If your credential is returned to valid after reinstatement, but you still need a replacement license, renew online using myDMV.

Please contact the Driver Services Call Center at 303-205-5613 to speak with a representative if you have further questions about the status of your driving privilege.