How to Register Motorcycles, RVs, and Trailers
- Motorcycles must be titled and registered the same as other motor vehicles, except they do not require an emissions test and fees and taxes are likely to be less.
- Low-power scooters must be registered directly with the state by completing this Lowe-power scooter registration Application. More info (including definition of a low-power scooter) on the state’s DMV page.
- Dirt bikes (or off-road bikes) are not considered motor vehicles by the state, but still need to be registered with Colorado Parks and Recreation
RVs and Motor Homes
- Colorado law requires motor homes and RVs to be titled and registered the same way as other motor vehicles.
- Taxes and Fees are likely to cost more due to the heavier weight of these vehicles.
- A weight slip will be required for out-of-state vehicles if the empty weight is over 4,500 pounds and is not listed on the title.
- Colorado law requires that all trailers be titled, registered, and plated.
- Trailers from Colorado: Visit one of our offices and bring Secure & Verifiable ID, the Colorado title, and paperwork if purchased from a Colorado dealer.
- Out-of-State or homemade/kit trailers: Visit our Trailer page for registration instructions.