Motor Vehicle Software Transition Complete!
Great news! Your Adams County DMV--and all Motor Vehicle offices statewide--have made major improvements! We got a much-needed upgrade from an outdated software to a new, innovative software system.
What does this mean for you?
As we're becoming more proficient in the new software, wait times may exceed season norms during our first week live in the system, Aug. 6-10. If you need to come into one of our 6 locations to complete your transaction, it's best to view wait times first at adcogov.org/motor-vehicle. To avoid the longest wait times, complete your transaction after August 15. Traditionally, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays offer the shortest wait times.
We do offer plenty of ways you can renew without visiting the office!
Quick and easy renewals are available to Adams County citizens at more than 27 kiosks across the front range.
You can see all the kiosk locations, here.
Gov2Go Smartphone App
Time to renew? Now you'll have an app for that!
- Download Gov2Go
- Set up your profile
- Get a reminder notification
- Renew your tags through the app
- Receive your tags in the mail
If you have a valid email address, debit card and/or checking account, your license plate number, current insurance, and current emissions test (if applicable), that's all you need to renew your plates online!
Visit mydmv.colorado.gov to complete your renewal in minutes!
Renew by Phone
You can complete your renewal with us over the phone! During the closure, this process will require the same items as an online renewal: a valid email address, debit and/or checking account, your license plate number, current insurance, and a current emissions test (if applicable).
Simply call (720) 523-6010.
*To use the services above during the closure, it's best to make sure any necessary emissions tests and proof-of-insurance paperwork are complete at least two business days prior to trying to renew.