You might want to call first.
According to the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's Office, the driver ID system is down statewide, and could be down throughout tomorrow.
Getting yourself properly motivated, driving down to the Clerk and Recorder's and then standing in line to renew your ID is unpleasant enough. Doing all that just to find out that the computer system is down? You just don't want that.
Consider this another excuse to procrastinate.
From the release:
The Colorado Department of Revenue is experiencing technical difficulties with the Driver’s License system, making it unavailable throughout the state. All four branches of the El Paso County Clerk & Recorder’s Office cannot process Driver’s License renewals.
The State office is working diligently to resolve the problem but there is no estimated timeframe when the Driver’s License system will be restored. The Clerk & Recorder’s Office anticipates that the Driver’s License system may be unavailable through Tuesday, May 1.
People may renew their Driver’s License online by visiting: www.colorado.gov/renewplates.
All other motor vehicle services including vehicle registration, titling, etc. are available at the County Motor Vehicle branch offices.
The Clerk & Recorder’s Office extends an apology for any inconvenience that this issue causes customers.