Vehicle Services

myColorado™ keeps your vehicle information accessible and secure. Access your Colorado vehicle title on your mobile device with the new eTitle feature!

You can also upload insurance cards, vehicle registrations and other important documents to have an electronic version available at your fingertips!

eTitle

eTitle is a secure, electronic version of your vehicle's title through the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for proof of ownership or quick access to view your vehicle’s information.

Things to Know

  • Your vehicle's VIN number and verification code located on your current vehicle registration card.

  • Your eTitle will not replace your secure paper title; it acts as a representation of the original.

For more information, please visit the DMV title page or call 303.205.5608.

New eTitle feature!

eTitle FAQs

Can I use my electronic vehicle title in myColorado to transfer ownership if I sell my vehicle?

At this time, no. The paper title would need to be completed, signed and submitted to the buyer's county motor vehicle office. Please visit the DMV Title page for more information.


Can I print my electronic vehicle title if I lose my original title as a replacement?

No, eTitle only serves as a representation of your vehicle’s current title and does not replace your original paper title. You would need to request a duplicate title online at myDMV.colorado.gov, complete and submit the Duplicate Title / Lien Request form or contact your county motor vehicle office.


Can my title be used as proof of registration?

No, but you can upload your current registration into your myColorado wallet by selecting Vehicle Registrations. You will need your vehicle’s license plate number and verification code (found on your current vehicle registration). You will also need to choose a nickname for your vehicle.


Can my vehicle information be accessed by multiple users?

This information can be accessed by anyone who has your vehicle's VIN number and verification code, both of which are found on your registration. Your verification code is unique to your vehicle and not something readily available to others.


Can I email this electronic title?

At this time, no.


I have sold my vehicle and should no longer be listed on the title. What should I do?

You can “report a release of liability” through myDMV in the Vehicle Services tab. However, the information of the new owner would not be reported on the vehicle until the new owner processes a title transfer at their county motor vehicle office.