Department of Revenue Compliment - The easiest drivers license renewal I ever had to do!
COLORADO -- My drivers license expires on Sunday, April 10th, 2011. I needed to renew it, and was going to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles yesterday. Before getting ready to go, I looked up the hours, because I wanted to get there as early as possible.
While looking on line, I saw they have a feature, which allows you renew on line. I decided to check into it, and so glad I did. I was able to do my drivers license renewal in less than 5 minutes. They made it so easy! They asked a few questions, such as, if I had moved, has my drivers license been suspended and if I have any outstanding tickets. My answer was no to all three, and the site allowed me to proceed to the next step, which was to verify my current address and phone number. After that, the payment screen came up, and I paid for my renewal. It was a total of $22.24. Twenty one dollars for the license renewal fee, plus a processing fee of $1.24. Believe me, it saved me time and gas, doing it on line. After my payment was processed, I then printed out my receipt which showed I renewed and paid on line. I'll use this in place of my license, along with my soon to be expired drivers license, until my new one arrives in the mail, which according to the site, will be in 30 days or less. As for the photo, they'll just use the same photo they already have, on my new drivers license.
I highly recommend renewing your drivers license on line, when your time comes up for renewal.
The State of Colorado just made it as easy as it will probably ever get, for renewing on line!