If you are purchasing the vehicle from a dealership and have a lease or a loan, the title paperwork will be sent to the motor vehicle office where you reside. Once the paperwork has been processed by the county clerk and a title complete card is sent to the owner of record. If you have not received a title complete notice please contact the county. If the county has not received your paperwork you can request an extension of the temporary permit by coming into our office with your proof of Colorado Insurance, and an invoice from the dealership. When you are not purchasing the vehicle through a dealership, you can ask for an extension of the temporary tag. Make an appointment to come into our office and bring in secure and verifiable identification, the title signed over to you from the seller. If you do not have a title yet, please bring in a bill of sale and the sellers last registration. If you have a loan and the title work has not been sent to us by the lien holder, please get a copy of the security agreement to get a temporary permit.
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we do not quote fees over the phone, please visit mydmv.colorado.gov under vehicle services, estimate registration fees
You will need one of the following ownership documents: a) Original certificate of title or b) Legible copy of the title if held by a lien holder/lease company or c) Original registration (no more than six months expired). An original DR2698 Verification of the Vehicle Identification number- which can be done by any Colorado Police station. Proof of current insurance Secure and Verifiable Identification
Yes, if you put the credit toward another vehicle.Please bring to your appointment the current registration for the vehicle you sold with the original paperwork for your new vehicle and we will transfer any remaining credit over and you will pay the difference.You can use your old plates on the new vehicle or choose to get a new set for additional fees.
You can renew online for a small administration fee of 2.7%, at: mydmv.colorado.gov, restrictions may apply. You can mail your payment into the office: Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, 530 E Main St. Ste 104, Aspen, CO, 81611. Drop-off box- In an envelope, insert your current renewal card, proof of Colorado insurance (if required), a check or money order made out to Pitkin County Clerk, Bring the envelope to our office and place it in our drop box. Your renewal will be processed and sent out within a week.
The dealership will send your original paperwork to the county you live in to be processed, in about 4-6 weeks from the purchase date. You will be sent a title complete notice (card) from our office. 1.What is a title complete notice? If a new vehicle has been purchased and or financed, the dealership or financial institution submits the title work to the motor vehicle office. Once the title has been processed, a title complete notice is mailed to notify the vehicle owner(s) that the plates can now be purchased and/or transferred. Please make an appointment and come in with the title complete notice, secure and verifiable ID, and proof of Insurance. Registration from a car you sold to get any credit toward the new vehicle. You may use the old plates on the new vehicle or get a new set for additional fees. Or give us a call at 970-429-2717 we may be able to process your initial registration over the phone and mail you the registration/plates.
To replace a registration, please go online to mydmv.colorado.gov and request a duplicate registration under vehicle services. The fee is $4.00.If you need a tab (stickers) replacement, please go online to mydmv.colorado.gov and replace tabs under vehicle services. The fee is $4.17.
Do to COVID-19 Personalized and Specialty Plates are not available at this time.
Do to COVID-19 personalized plates are not available at this time. Please contact us to get a temporary registration.