New-look driver’s licenses offered beginning April 6
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles on April 6 will begin a two-week statewide rollout of newly designed driver’s licenses, instruction permits and identification cards.
Offices will be closed one day before issuing the new design to allow for the installation of new equipment and for training. Please refer to the DMV website, https://www.colorado.gov/dmv, for up-to-date closure information for specific offices. In addition, closure information will be posted at each office.
Colorado residents can continue to use their current valid driver’s licenses, instruction permits and identification cards through their expiration date. The current design will be issued at offices until they have converted to the new equipment and software associated with the new design.
The DMV encourages customers to attempt to renew their driver’s license or identification cards online at http://www.colorado.gov/vroom. The new design will be available through online renewal beginning in mid-April.
Customers obtaining a newly designed card in an office will receive an updated temporary paper document that will contain a removable section with an image that resembles the card. The temporary document will be valid for 30 days to allow for the physical card to be produced and mailed.
The new design features a more colorful background showcasing Mount Sneffels located between Ouray and Telluride. The State Capitol is pictured on the reverse. The card also includes laser engraving of the customer’s information and primary photograph in grayscale to enhance the security and safety of the document.
The Littleton, Aurora and Frisco state driver’s license offices have been piloting the new design since the beginning of March.
For more information on the new card design, please visit http://www.colorado.gov/dmv/newlook.
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