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Kiosk Program Provider Vehicle And Identity Services

Concerning the kiosk program that authorizes private providers to offer services on behalf of the department of revenue, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
2020 Regular Session
State Government
State Revenue & Budget
Transportation & Motor Vehicles
Bill Summary

Under preexisting law, a county clerk may conduct a pilot kiosk program using private providers to issue driver's licenses, register motor vehicles, or issue certificates of title. The act eliminates the program's pilot status, converting it to a regular program, and makes the following substantive changes:

  • Requires counties to provide services across county jurisdictions;
  • Expands the services the program may provide;
  • Authorizes mobile telephone and web-based services;
  • Replaces the cap of $3.00 on the convenience fee for services with a requirement that the cap be negotiated between the county clerk and the private provider;
  • Adds data security requirements for the private provider; and
  • Limits the private provider's ability to retain and transfer data to those purposes contemplated by the motor vehicle statutes.

$112,500 is appropriated from the Colorado DRIVES vehicle services account to the department of revenue to implement the act.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)


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