- A VIN verification form (get one filled out at any car dealer)
- The original title
- Proof of insurance
- Driver's license
- Normal registration fee
Some day I'm going to get custom plates, but for now, I just wanted to be legal to drive. One caution - Colorado VIN verification forms have boxes for the type of vehicle - make sure to tell the car dealer that your car is all-electric *before* they fill out the form or the will habitually check the "gas" box.
Also, yesterday, I hit 63 miles on the odometer, which means the car has 100 kilometers on it as an electric. W00T! It still needs tuning (plus some other work - heaters, cosmetics, etc.), but that will have to wait a couple of weeks as my work schedule precludes me from doing much else with it for a while.