Let’s face it, anybody likes to queue at the DMV.
The good news? Those days could be long gone, and all thanks to Colorado DMV’s latest innovation in its ongoing digital transformation (I mean, it is 2021).
According to a official press release of the Colorado Department of Revenue – Division of Motor Vehicles, the DMV will release its new online check-in feature by appointment on August 9.
With the new feature, Coloradans can check in for their appointments and wait their turn for service wherever they want – in a car, in a cafe, or wherever it’s most comfortable or convenient.
The hope is that this new feature will significantly reduce the need to physically queue at DMV offices statewide by allowing Coloradans to choose where they wait for service.
It is important to note that prior to the August 9 launch, appointment scheduling will not be available from Friday August 6 until launch day (August 9) during the system upgrade.
While making appointments To visit the DMV, Coloradans will be asked to enter a contact email address and / or cell phone number to receive messages regarding their appointment. These messages will simply provide information about checking in, when to show up for your appointment, and rescheduling or canceling appointments.
With the new online appointment check-in feature, Coloradans can check-in to their appointment remotely by text message or using a QR code and will receive an SMS informing them when to go to the doors of the driver’s license office.
Coloradans will also be able to provide the automated e-mail sent when the appointment is made; a technician can scan his barcode to register.
If you’re not very tech-savvy, don’t panic: Coloradans without access to a computer or smartphone can still make an appointment by calling the DMV at 720-295-2965 Where 303-205-2335 for Colorado Road and Community Safety Act (SB13-251) appointments.
Each driver’s license office has a front desk that can help you check in for your appointment.
“The online check-in by appointment feature is another step forward in DMV’s tremendous effort to transform itself digitally, so that it can better serve Colorado residents, whether in the office, online or on the move, “according to the press release.
The DMV is now encouraging Colorado residents to skip the trip and use its online services whenever possible (which Punishment, law?).
So say goodbye to long waits – save time and go online. For more information on the DMV’s new digital appointment system, visit DMV.Colorado.gov/Save-time.
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