Legislative license plates
(1)Upon the application of the owner of a passenger car, truck, or trailer classified as Class B or Class C personal property, as defined in section 42-3-106, or the duly authorized agent of such owner showing that such owner is a member of congress from the state of Colorado, the department may assign to such owner registration plates bearing a number together with appropriate words or letters indicating that such owner is a member of the congress of the United States, and a separate number series shall be used to further identify such license plates. Said license plates shall not be issued by the counties but shall be issued directly by the department.
(A)The letter “H” if the member is a representative or the letter “S” if the member is a senator; and
(B)The number of the senatorial or representative district of the member.
(II)The letter and number combination in subparagraph (I) of this paragraph (a) is the owner’s registration number.
(b)A member of the general assembly is eligible for special registration and license plates issued under this subsection (2) for the term that the member is elected to serve in office; except that the registration and plates expire when the person leaves office for any reason.
Section 42-3-209 — Legislative license plates,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-42.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).