Did you know, you can not only renew your driver license or ID online, twice, but you can schedule an appointment to visit the DMV or even submit a subpoena? The Colorado Department of Revenue’s Division of Motor Vehicles recently introduced MyDMV.colorado.gov, including 11 new online services, and the expansion of existing online offerings from seven to 18 total services. Since the new services went into place on February 21, 2017, more than 915 thousand Colorado residents have used DMV online services, with more than 122 thousand individuals renewing a driver license or ID.
Those wishing to register as an organ, eye and tissue donor can still make their designation through the online driver license or identification card renewal tools. When you say “yes” to organ and tissue donation, a gray-scaled heart with a “Y” in the middle will appear below the photograph on your driver license or ID card.
With the DMV’s new online services, there are now even more ways to skip the trip. Eligible residents can renew their driver license up to two consecutive times online, meaning that they may not need to visit a physical location more than once every 15 years.
A full list of online service offerings includes:
To learn more about organ, eye and tissue donation and the reasons to say “yes” to donation, visit our “Why Donate” page.