Colorado rolls out new driver’s license design at 3 DMV offices |

Colorado rolls out new driver’s license design at 3 DMV offices

Jesse Paul
The Denver Post

Colorado is rolling out a new look for its driver’s licenses starting this week, featuring a more colorful background honoring the high country.

The Division of Motor Vehicles says a pilot program using the new design will begin Tuesday at their office in Littleton.

DMV locations in Aurora and Frisco will follow in the next few weeks.

“Colorado residents should continue to use their valid driver licenses, instruction permits and identification cards with the current design through their expiration date,” the DMV said in a Monday news release. “There is no need to renew until the current card expires.”

The current license design will be distributed at all other offices until the pilot period is complete.

The new design features Mount Sneffels, located between Ouray and Telluride, and includes laser engraving of a driver’s information.

For more information on the new design, the DMV urgers drivers to visit:


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