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Denver Motor Vehicle New Branch Hours Effective Aug. 3

All Denver Motor Vehicle locations implemented new hours on August 3, 2020:

Open 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. M, Tu, Th, F
Open 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Wed.

Please Note: 

Most Motor Vehicle branches are experiencing waits of up to 30 minutes with some branches having no wait times. 

Customers who visit in person will notice physical and process changes implemented to protect customers and staff from exposure to COVID-19 including:

  • Glass dividers at all customer-facing windows
  • Physical distancing cues to help customers observe social distancing
  • Increased cleaning frequency for high traffic areas
  • Hand sanitizer for staff and clients, face masks for all staff and for clients who forget their mask, and other protective measures

Lobby areas must remain at a safe capacity. Clients will first check-in at the facility and DMV staff will notify you when it is safe to enter.

Clients with completed paperwork who are paying by check can place their information directly into the drop box at any of the five branch offices without waiting and staff will process and send the updated registration within 3-4 business days. 

To learn more about current Emissions Testing, visit our Emissions page.

To learn about guidance for New Vehicle Purchases, visit our  Register a New or Used Vehicle page.

If your title has been lost, stolen, damaged, or has altered legibility, you can obtain a duplicate title at one of Denver's DMV branch offices (Denver residents only). If you are not a Denver County resident, please visit the State of Colorado DMV website to locate your branch office.

How to Obtain a Duplicate Title

  1. Denver residents must provide owner identification (secure and verifiable) or designated power of attorney completed and notarized Form DR2175
  2. Bring a completed Duplicate Title Request Form DR 2539A.
  3. Be prepared to pay the title fee.


Duplicate Titles for Lienholders

  1. If you are a lienholder and want to submit a duplicate title request for a title with an active lien, a lien release must be submitted. The lien release must be on the lienholder's letterhead (letterhead is not required if lienholder is an individual). Photo and fax copies are accepted and must include vehicle year, make, VIN, titled owner's name(s), agent's signature, date of lien release and must be signed under penalty of perjury in the second degree as defined by Colorado state law (C.R.S. 18-8-503).

  2. If you are applying as lienholder and the lien is not filed in Colorado, you must include a power of attorney completed and notarized Form DR2175 from the owner or, in the case of repossession, include a Statement of Repossession and a certified copy of the security agreement.

Mail-in requests:

Make checks payable to Colorado Department of Revenue.

Please submit separate applications and fees for each request and include a self-addressed, stamped envelope or prepaid return express envelope with the title fee for each application to one of the following:

Express mail
Colorado Department of Revenue 
DMV - Titles Section 
1375 Sherman St.
 Denver, CO 80203 

 

Regular mail
Colorado Department of Revenue  
DMV - Titles Section 
Denver, CO 80261-0016

 
 

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