Denver police seeking faulty vehicle registration starting Sunday

Police around metro Denver are planning a week-long enforcement blitz starting Sunday targeting drivers of vehicles that are unregistered or for which registrations have expired.

The Aurora Police Department, teaming with Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas county sheriff’s deputies, will be on the lookout for faulty registrations through July 1, authorities in Aurora announced Thursday morning.

Drivers of vehicles caught with registrations expired for 60 days or more face fines of $93 under state law.

Police “are encouraging residents to get caught up on their vehicle registration before the campaign kicks off this weekend,” the announcement said.

Vehicle registration revenues help cover costs of road maintenance and help maintain recreational opportunities in parks. Drivers can buy a discounted annual state parks pass when they register. More information is available online at or at county motor vehicle offices.

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