I've lived in Colorado since 1978, soooo. It's Uber/Lyft policy that your car has to be registered in the state you are driving/"home" in. There are some limited exceptions, but it's usually if you live real close to the border of another state, like if you work Kansas City, and live in either Mo. or Ks.Guys, that means a title change. And it looks like the Hub is going to be closed for The Med exam in the inspection till at least the sixth right? I just think it's weird that when I call support Uber can't answer my question about what is required unless I go ahead and start the process to change. I know the Hub would know, but they don't have a phone number so I can't call them. Frontier Guy, did you move in to Colorado from another state with Uber? So you know that I have to be registered in Colorado before I can drive for sure? When I Googled it, it's sad that I can drive on out-of-state plates for a short time. Why would Uber require that I register first when it's not even a state law to get it done before 90 days?