Due to COVID-19 adjustments to testing protocols, and delays in the postal system, it is possible that you may not need to go to an emissions inspection station; you may have already passed emissions through the RapidScreen roadside option, or you may not have received your registration renewal card in a timely manner. More vehicles are receiving passing emissions through the RapidScreen roadside testing option, and some registration notifications may not reflect this. If your tags expire in February, and you haven't received your renewal postcard and, don't know if you need an emissions test this year, you may not need an inspection, or you may have passed RapidScreen.
To renew online:
1) Be sure to have available:
If you receive a message that says your vehicle requires an inspection before it can be registered, please visit one of the 18 Air Care Colorado locations for an inspection and try again.
Air Care Colorado maintains a consumer hotline for more information about emissions inspections. Customer service representatives are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Both English- and Spanish-speaking operators are available. Se habla Espanol. Please call:
Recorded information is available on the hotline 24 hours a day. Motorists also may leave a voicemail message during off hours. Calls will be returned during regular business hours.
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