What is the fee for a CO driver license? Colorado

CO Drivers License Fees

To obtain a Colorado drivers license you'll be required, at one time or another, to pay the following fees:

  • Written test permit fee: $14
  • Driver license fee: $21

Apply for a Colorado Drivers License

Before taking a driver license test, you'll first need to pass a vision screening and written test. To prepare, study the state's drivers manual. All written test questions are based on information addressed in the manual, including highway driving, lane markings and road sign identification.  You'll then want to take at least one online practice permit test.

When you're test-ready, visit any DMV office. No appointment is necessary. Be sure to bring with you:

  • Your Social Security number.
  • Proof of Colorado residency.
  • Two primary forms of identification, with one proving your lawful presence.
  • Payment for the $14 permit fee.
After obtaining the permit there is no waiting period to apply for a driver license if you're 18 or older. You'll need to set a test date with the DMV. When you arrive for the road test have:

  • Your permit.
  • A working vehicle that's legally insured and registered.
  • Payment for the $21 drivers license fee.

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