County sees increase in unregistered vehicles

Sheriff’s office says it’s time to renew them

Staff Report
Posted 5/11/21

After noticing an increase in the numbers of expired license plates, expired temporary tags and vehicles without any license plates on the roads, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is reminding …

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County sees increase in unregistered vehicles

Sheriff’s office says it’s time to renew them

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After noticing an increase in the numbers of expired license plates, expired temporary tags and vehicles without any license plates on the roads, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is reminding folks to register their cars.

“Sheriff Tony Spurlock wants to remind everyone: if you own or operate a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to make sure it is appropriately licensed and insured,” according to a press release from the county. “If your vehicle is not appropriately licensed and insured, a traffic summons may be in your future.”

More information on how to register a vehicle can be found at DouglasDrives.com. Registration can be renewed online or through a self-service kiosk, located at six King Soopers stores in Douglas County, according to the release.

Motor vehicle appointments and walk-in services are available Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“The past year threw us all for a loop. There was no normal. There wasn’t even any normalcy when it came to registering our vehicles,” according to the sheriff’s office. “We may have tried to do our best, but it is time to register and/or renew your plates.”

The county’s self-serve locations are:

• 5544 Promenade Parkway, Castle Rock

• 750 N. Ridge Road, Castle Rock

• 12959 S. Parker Road, Parker

• 17761 Cottonwood Drive, Parker

• 9551 S. University Boulevard, Highlands Ranch

• 2205 W. Wildcat Reserve Parkway, Highlands Ranch

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