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As the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles works to reopen our offices to the public, we are implementing a variety of policies and procedures to help safeguard the health and wellbeing of our customers and the DMV team members who serve them.
We have put together this handy list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help answer any question you might have.
Using laser thermometers to screen customers and staff for fevers. Customers and staff members who have a fever or exhibit COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed into state offices.
Utilizing social distancing by creating spacing lines to help ensure 6 feet of separation and sufficiently spacing out work stations Limiting offices to 10 or fewer customers inside.
Ensuring an adequate supply of disinfectant cleaning products are in each office.
Staff will clean any equipment used after each driver.
Following CDC isolation guidelines should any illness present itself.
Drivers 65 and older are temporarily able to renew online at myDMV.Colorado.gov.
Coloradans 21 to 64 whose license or ID will expire during our closure but are unable to renew online will receive an automatic extension for 60 days past their current expiration date.
Coloradans younger than 21 can now renew online, if they are eligible to renew their driver license, instruction permit or identification card
If you want your 21+ credential, DO NOT renew until your 21st birthday or after. We cannot issue a 21+ credential if you renew prior to that date
CDL drivers - CDL holders with HAZMAT endorsements who are set to expire during our closure through April 30, will be automatically extended for 60 days from their previous expiration date
Commercial license permit holders - Commercial license permit holders who are set to expire during our closure through April 30, will be automatically extended for 60 days from their previous expiration date.
Didn't answer your question? Call 303-205-5600 or email DOR_DMVCommunications@state.co.us for help!