Renewals - Under Age 21
Individuals under the age of 21 must renew their driver license, instruction permit or identification card in an office.
Applicants turning 21 years of age must apply for their adult driver license, permit, or identification card on or after their 21st birthday by visiting an office
Schedule an appointment - U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and individuals with temporarily lawfully status in the U.S. may also visit any driver license office during normal business hours without an appointment
Minors under 21 years of age are eligible for a duplicate license, permit, or ID card
Your new driver license, permit or ID card will be mailed to the address you provide. Documents usually arrive in 10-14 business days, but may take up to 30 business days to be delivered.
For CO-RCSA SB251 renewal requirements, please view question 48 on the SB251 FAQ.
What to bring to your office visit:
- Your valid (or expired less than one year) Colorado driver license, instruction permit or identification card
- If your driver license is expired for more than 1 year, you will be required to successfully pass the written exam, purchase an instruction permit, successfully pass the drive skills test then purchase a driver license.
- Please note: If your Colorado driver license or identification card is currently expired, and you are a U.S. citizen or are permanently lawfully present in the U.S., you will need to bring an additional document to demonstrate lawful presence in the U.S. Please see the DR2300A for document examples.
- Proof of your Social Security number
- Proof of current Colorado address
- Applicable fee
What to expect during your office visit:
- Vision screening (for driver licenses and permits)
- Review temporary document for accuracy
- Signature capture
- Fingerprint capture