You will need to: For more information, please visit our page on Renewing Your License in Colorado or Identification Cards in Colorado.
In Colorado, the process to change your address on your vehicle registration may differ depending on your county.
US and non-US citizens are allowed one free name or address change during the term of their original driver's license/permit/ID card.
To be eligible for a free driver's license/permit/ID card the applicant must complete the change request 150 days prior to the expiration date currently listed on the driver's license/permit/ID card.
If you are bringing your existing out-of-state vehicle to Colorado, you register it by visiting your local CO county DMV office.
You will need: NOTE: Registration fees vary depending on vehicle weight and the county in which it is registered.
Once you've changed your address with the CO DMV, you can either: To change your address in person, visit your local Colorado DMV office in person and bring a completed Change of Address (DR 2285).
Please call your local CO county DMV office for more specific details regarding registration fees and taxes for vehicle title and registrations.
When you change your address within Colorado, you should change your address with the DMV as soon as possible. Changing your address with the CO DMV does not change your information on your vehicle registration.
For more information, see the Change Your Colorado Registration Address section below.
If you are under 21 years old, you cannot renew your CO driver's license or ID card until your 21st birthday.
Your updated Colorado driver's license and ID card will be mailed to you within 30 days of your application.