DMV progress? |

DMV progress?


Having moved to Frisco from the Denver area recently; I went to the local Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles office to change my address on my driver’s license. I was told you just place a small sticker (like an Avery label) over your old address and write on your new one. I requested the small sticker label to comply. The gentleman says to me, “we’ve had budget cuts so we are unable to supply the stickers.” I think I just left, speechless.Today I hear the Colorado state legislature wants more drivers’ license offices opened around the state, so you can only imagine my joy to hear they may be able to include $50 per location for a year’s supply of little sticker labels!

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