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Available in myColorado app Beginning May 9, Coloradans are now be able to add a digital representation of their title into their myColorado wallet, similar to what they can already do with their vehicle’s registration. Customers are able to add multiple titles in their wallet. This adds another online service to allow customers to access their title information digitally.

At this time, the title cannot be transferred electronically

Your electronic vehicle title can be used to:

  • Show ownership at a tow yard if you do not have your title readily available
  • Show a potential buyer proof of ownership, while you wait on a duplicate title
  • Give you quick access to some of your vehicle’s information (if needed)

To add an electronic vehicle title into “my wallet” on myColorado, you will need:

  • Your vehicle’s VIN number
  • Your verification code (both can be found on your current vehicle registration)
  • A name for the vehicle

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

If you have sold your vehicle and should no longer be listed on the title, 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 the County Clerk’s Office.





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