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Concerning the creation of a task force to study reforming certain types of motor vehicle regulation.
2024 Regular Session
Transportation & Motor Vehicles
Bill Summary

The bill creates a task force to study reforming the regulation and enforcement of motor vehicle registration and insurance law, specifically:

  • The appropriateness of changing Colorado's motor vehicle insurance requirements to a no-fault system;
  • The appropriateness and feasability of changing motor vehicle insurance enforcement from primarily using a peace officer and court system to primarily using an administrative system or a mixed system of both;
  • Methods and systems that would make better use of the motorist insurance database to enforce motor vehicle insurance requirements; and
  • The appropriateness and feasability of enforcing motor vehicle registration requirements primarily through an administrative system.

The task force consists of the following members:

  • The executive director of the department of revenue will appoint one member to represent the department of revenue;
  • The chief of the Colorado state patrol will appoint one member to represent the Colorado state patrol;
  • The president of the senate will appoint one member who represents district attorneys;
  • The minority leader of the senate will appoint one member who represents the people of the state of Colorado; and
  • The speaker of the house of representatives will appoint one member who represents the motor vehicle insurance industry.

By January 3, 2025, the task force must issue a report with any legislative recommendations to the house of representatives judiciary committee, the house of representatives transportation, housing, and local government committee, the senate judiciary committee, and the senate transportation and energy committee, or their successor committees.

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




Bill Text


Sponsor Type Legislators
Prime Sponsor

Sen. M. Baisley



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