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I do believe Colorado has a residency law, but I haven't heard of it being enforced much. I have always waited until my car registration from the old state is about to expire before I register in my new state. It got me 1 1/2 free years in Missouri because their auto registration/licensing is so stupid.

They have increased the fines in Colorado significantly - I would recommend doing it within the legal timeframe. Also be prepared to pay a tax on the value of the car each year.

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