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Post Posted: Jun 30, 2020 6:58 am 
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Colorado DMV announces increase in licensing fees

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The adjustment means a standard driver license will cost $30.87, up from $28 while an ID card will cost $12.67, up from $11.50.

The adjustment was planned in two phases and began Tuesday, June 23 with a five percent increase. The second phase will adjust the fee by five percent at the start of the state’s new fiscal year on July 1.

The adjustment applies to all driver licenses, instruction permits and identification cards, and their renewals. Most licenses require renewal every five years.


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The DMV said in a release: “One of the causes of reduced revenue is demographic shifts causing a decrease in the number of driver licenses issued"

How can this be when
Colorado’s population neared 5.7 million in the new census figures, up 1.4 percent.
https://www.denverpost.com/2019/04/18/d ... th-census/

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Young children make up the increase in population and don't drive a car?


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