New Online Services Available from the DMV

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Published Monday, August 6, 2018

If you are one of the thousands of people who have stood in line and the Division of Motor Vehicles office wishing for a better way to take care of business, new features on the agency's web site promise faster service and less hassle.

The Colorado Department of Revenue's Division of Motor Vehicles has launched 15 new online services at, bringing total online services offering to 34. These online services were added as part of the transition to the new DRIVES computer system, which took place over the weekend.


Home page for the myDMV web site August 6, 2018.

DRIVES is now the system of record for all driver and vehicle transactions in Colorado. In addition to the new online services, DRIVES allows for reduced training time and faster transactions. 

DRIVES was implemented as a partnership between the Colorado Department of Revenue and the Governor's Office of Information Technology.

Online service offerings include:

New Services

Existing services

Request a Personalized Plate

Renew a Driver License or ID (if eligible)

Registration Fee Estimator

Renew Registration

Request a Title Status

Request a Driver Record

Get a Transaction Receipt

Change Driver License or ID Address

Add/Change a Vehicle Address

Pay Citation (Traffic ticket)

Request a Duplicate Title

View/Submit a Medical Certificate (DOT)

First-time Registration

Begin Application for a New Driver License or ID

Request Duplicate Registration Card

Pay a Reinstatement Fee

Apply for an Emissions Waiver

Upload Reinstatement Documents

Apply for an Out-of-State Emissions Extension

Schedule an Appointment

Replace Tabs

Manage International Registration Plan

Become a Third Party IRP Agent

Where's My Driver License/ID

First Time Application Disability Placards

Add/Change Renewal Reminders

Manage your Placards

Update Emergency Contacts

Request a Title/Registration History Report

Check Eligibility to Renew by Mail


Exchange Driver License or Permit for an ID


Extend an Expiration Date, if Eligible


Submit a Subpoena


Reschedule a Hearing

The addition of these services continues the Division of Motor Vehicles' commitment to serving customers in a convenient and efficient manner and extends recent efforts to improve the overall customer experience.

Other initiatives include:

  • Opening a new driver license in Westminster
  • Relocating driver license offices in Lakewood and Fort Morgan
  • Renovating driver license offices in Aurora and Colorado Springs 

 "We are proud of our efforts to expand our online service offerings to ensure a positive and efficient experience for all Colorado residents," said DMV Senior Director Mike Dixon. "We are thankful for the efforts of the Colorado General Assembly in helping us to achieve this progress." may earn an affiliate commission if you purchase products or services through links in an article. Prices, when displayed, are accurate at the time of publication but may change over time. Commissions do not influence editorial independence.