Beginning July 1, 2016, the fees for Colorado driver licenses and several related services will change.
These changes were authorized in HB16-1415 and are intended to help offset the cost of providing Division of Motor Vehicles services.
The fee for a driver license for U.S. citizens and individuals able to demonstrate permanent or temporary lawful presence in the U.S. will increase by $1 to $26. The fee for a driver license under SB-251 (Colorado Road and Community Safety Act) will not change, because the cost for providing this service is already fully recouped.
Other fees that will be changing as a result of HB16-1415 include:
* Duplicate instruction permit or duplicate minor driver license (under 21) - Increasing from $9 to $12
* Driving record - Increasing from $2.60 to $9
* Certified driving record - Increasing from $3.20 to $10
* One year non-military extension - Increasing from $3.60 to $6.50
* One year non-military extension with motorcycle endorsement - Increasing from $5.60 to $8.50
For additional fee information, visit www.colorado.gov/dmv/driver-license-and-related-fees