New to Morgan County?
You may update your Colorado registration one of two ways:
- Online by clicking https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=VehicleAddress
- Appearing in our office with your updated ID or two approved forms of residency and the completed Morgan County Statement of Fact form.
"Skip the Trip" to the DMV
Click HERE for a description of all services provided by "Skip the Trip" to the DMV.
Below is a list of available online vehicle services with a direct link to that service:
- Motor Vehicle Forms
- Request a duplicate registration card - https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=DuplicateReg
- Request a duplicate title - https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=DuplicateTitle
- Estimate registration fees - https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=FeeEstimator
- Become a third party IRP agent - https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=IRPAgent
- Create an IRP account - https://mydmv.colorado.gov/?Link=IRPReg
For the following topics, please visit: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dmv/vehicles
Proof of Legal Residency Required for all Motor Vehicle Transactions
- To register your vehicle in Morgan County you MUST reside in Morgan County.
- You must provide Secure and Verifiable Identification for ALL transactions and proof of insurance to register vehicles. SVID State Document and Form DR2842
- If your ID does not show your Morgan County address you will be required to complete the Morgan County Vehicle Registration Statement of Fact form and provide two of the following documents (in hard copy form from the provider)
Acceptable forms for residency are:
Current Utility bill (gas/electric)
Current Credit card statement
Current Pay stub or earnings statement
Current Rent receipt
Current Transcript or report card from an accredited school
Current Phone bill
Current Bank statement
Current Medical bill
Current Retirement statement
Current IRS/CO Tax Return
If you are looking for: Title Info, Registration Info, License Plates Info including Regular License Plates, Group License Plates, Military License Plates, Alumni License plates or other License Plates, Person With Disabilities Info, Other Information see the following link: http://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dmv/vehicles.
Proof of insurance is required for all registrations, including permits. However, proof of insurance will not be required when registering trailers. Colorado requires that all registered vehicles operating on Colorado roads be properly insured. Effective July 1, 1999, all owners of Tax Class C (passenger, motorhome, and motorcycle) will be required to provide proof of insurance for the vehicle prior to vehicle registrations/renewal. Effective May 12, 2000, owners of Tax Class B vehicles (including light trucks and SUVs) must show proof of insurance before registering vehicles.
If transferring a Colorado title to your name without a lien, a new title may be printed. The person whose name is on the title that is being transferred to must be present with secure and verifiable identification.
In Colorado, a one month grace period is given for all renewals. (Example: If your plates expire in February, you have until the last business day in March to renew your plates in the office.) Mandatory late fees are collected after the one month grace period for every month past the grace period on your vehicle up to a maximum of $100.00. This fee is in addition to standard renewal fees.