El Paso County’s car registration reminder has a new look

(EL PASO COUNTY, Colo.) — If you live in El Paso County, your reminder postcard about your car’s registration will look different in 2024 than in years past.

According to the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder, citizens of the county whose vehicle registration is nearing expiration will receive a redesigned courtesy reminder when the vehicle registration is due for renewal.

The new renewal notice is a postcard, showing the expiration date, vehicle information, fees owed, and the four ways you can renew: online, kiosk, phone, or mail.

  • El Paso County's car registration reminder has a new look
    El Paso County's car registration reminder has a new look
  • El Paso County's car registration reminder has a new look
    El Paso County's car registration reminder has a new look

“Our postcard format streamlines information for customers to make them aware of the requirements for renewing their vehicle,” said County Clerk Steve Schleiker. “The postcard also simplifies printing and reduces costs for the County.”

The county said the renewal postcards are usually sent to the owner as a courtesy reminder at the beginning of the month of expiration. Information on the postcard includes vehicle codes and fees, regulations for late fees and insurance, active-duty military non-resident, expiration date, change of address, and how to renew.

Total fees indicate the amount with the Keep Colorado Wild Pass and the amount if the owner declines the pass. Detailed information about renewing your registration is available at www.epcdrives.com under the tab “Vehicle Renewals.”

There is a 30-day grace period after the expiration month before late fees are applied.

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