5 REASONS COLORADO SPORTSMEN SHOULD BE EXCITED TO VISIT THE DMV
Credit: Jerry Neal, Colorado Outdoors Online
Letís face it: Few people like going to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). In fact, the DMV ranks among the top places I try to avoidóright up there with Justin Bieber concerts and dental offices. However, when my license plate renewal notice arrived in the mail last week, I was actually happy (you might even say I was excited) to know that Iíd be visiting the DMV soon.
Earlier this year, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) released a new specialty sportsmenís license plate. As an avid hunter and angler, I knew this plate would grace my bumper as soon as my old plates and registration expired. So, on Thursday morning I marched into the DMV, took a number (I had lucky # P209) and waited patiently for my turn to hand over my credit card. Iím proud to say that my new plates will arrive in my mailbox in a couple weeks and become a permanent fixture on my Toyota FJ Cruiser.
If youíre a hunter or angler and you still havenít seen or heard about the new Colorado Sportsmenís Plate, here are 5 reasons why you, too, should be excited to visit your local DMV office this year:
Read the entire article on the Colorado Outdoors website: https://coloradooutdoorsmag.com/2016/09/23/5-reasons-colorado-sportsmen-should-be-excited-to-visit-the-dmv/
by: FlyLady on 10/4/2016 9:33:00 AM I LOVE MINE! And it won't take 2 weeks to get you'll get it in 4 days! It's a beauty, I love the cuttbow on the plate. At least I think it's a cuttbow.
by: Whelenman358 on 10/11/2016 3:45:00 PM If there wasn't a $50 fee up front that goes to the Dept of Revenue, I might consider it. But, once again a liberal run state government continues to fleece the people for more $$$.