Print on Demand eliminates the need for customers to visit the motor vehicle office multiple times, for certain types of license plates. It also provides Colorado Counties with an efficient and effective way to manage low issuance license plate inventory, while making plates readily available to the customer. The Division of Motor Vehicles in conjunction with Colorado County Clerks, Governor’s Office of Information Technology and Colorado Correctional Industries worked together to create the Print On Demand program. This program creates a process where lower issuance plates are mailed to the customer, and eliminates the need for multiple visits to the motor vehicle office. In an effort to make plates readily available and ease inventory levels at counties throughout Colorado, the Division of Motor Vehicles worked closely with Colorado County Clerks to create the Print On Demand where applicants for low issuance plates can obtain the plate with one visit to a Motor Vehicle Office. This plate is then mailed to the applicant within five business days. A full-list of plates that are included in this Print On Demand program are available online at www.colorado.gov/revenue. In testing this program, the Division of Motor Vehicles worked with three test counties to ensure the program deployed efficiently. In working with these counties, the testing went smoothly and plates were successfully registered to applicant’s vehicles. Print On Demand will be rolled out to all counties in a phased format. The first counties to be transitioned to Print on Demand will be the week of April 21-25, to view a complete list of the counties by rollout date, please visit www.colorado.gov/revenue.
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicle Implements Print on Demand License Plates
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