The State of Colorado requires that all trailers be registered. Visit Denver's DMV branch offices (Denver residents only), and be sure to bring the required documentation:
1) New owner identification (secure and verifiable) or Form DR2175 Power of Attorney and their own identification (secure and verifiable)
2) Vehicle title (properly endorsed)
3) Dealer paperwork if purchased from a Colorado dealer
The State of Colorado requires motorcycles to be titled and registered the same as other motor vehicles, except that motorcycles do not require an emissions test and fees / taxes are likely to be less than with other motor vehicles considering the license fee is determined by the empty weight of a vehicle. Learn how to register a vehicle...
Dirt bikes (or off-road bikes), are not considered motor vehicles by the state, but still need to be registered with Colorado Parks and Recreation.
The State of Colorado requires motor homes and RVs to be titled and registered the same way as other motor vehicles. The only difference is going to be in the fees / taxes paid. Considering the license fee is determined by the empty weight of a vehicle, you can expect to pay more.
In order to register and/or title heavy equipment or special mobile machinery (SMM) in Denver County, the following documentation is required:
* Out-of-state SMM equipment. SMM equipment is to be registered immediately upon entry within the State of Colorado. Registration options for SMM equipment are available as SMM off-highway decals or on-highway plates. Please vist the Department of Revenue for more information on Port of Entry requirements.
Beginning on January 1, 2015, the city eliminated the 2.7 percent service charge on credit card payments for drivers renewing their vehicle registration with the city. Read more...