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.)