State ID & Driver's License

Check out our listings for information on where and how to proceed, depending upon your circumstances. Don’t forget that if you’re under court supervision, ask your parole officer, re-entry specialist, jail re-entry staff, or a department of human services staff about giving you a letter of referral so that your state ID is free.

Identification Help

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Division of Motor Vehicles

Statewide

The DMV has an exceptions process if you can't provide all of the documents you need to get a state ID or driver's license. You can call or make an appointment online using the website link. It can take 2-3 weeks to complete the exceptions process.

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Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) — Documents You Need

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When you're applying for a Colorado license or ID card, you must provide proof of your name, date of birth, identity, and whether you’re legally in the US. Sometimes one document can prove all four. For example, a CO driver’s license or state ID that’s expired less than 10 years with your picture is accepted if your Social Security number is on file. Click on the website for a chart that lists all documents accepted.

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Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) — Office Locations

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You may apply for a state ID or driver’s license at a DMV office. For a complete list of all DMV offices in Colorado, click on the website link. The cost is $28 for a driver’s license and $11.50 for a state ID card, although a state ID is free if you’re 60 or older, or if you're under court supervision, ask your parole officer, re-entry specialist, jail re-entry staff, or a department of human services staff about getting your state ID for free with a letter of referral.

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Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) — Renew Driver’s License/State ID

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Click on the website to find out if you're eligible to renew your driver's license or state ID online or by mail. The cost is $28 for a driver’s license and $11.50 for a state ID card, although a state ID is free if you’re 60 or older, or if you're under court supervision, ask your parole officer, re-entry specialist, jail re-entry staff, or a department of human services staff about getting your state ID for free with a letter of referral.

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