Programs

Enrollment

Review the information provided below and select the mileage-reporting option that works best for your household.


  Gather enrollment information.

To complete your enrollment, you will need the following information:

  • Email address
  • Vehicle Identification Number(s) (VIN)
  • Current mileage on your vehicle(s)
  • License plate(s)
  • Vehicle year/make/model/trim
  • Activation code

You must complete the enrollment process by Dec. 11, 2016, or we will assign your spot to someone on the waitlist.


Learn about mileage-reporting options below or click here to enroll now.

Azuga is the account manager for the Colorado Road Usage Charge Pilot Program (RUCPP). Azuga is responsible for:

  • providing options to record miles, including any necessary hardware (i.e. mileage reporting devices, if applicable)
  • all of the data collection, analysis and processing, and
  • financial reports sent to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).

You can choose one of the following three options for your household.

Driving an electric vehicle? You must choose the Odometer Reading option or the GPS-enabled option.

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Odometer Reading
(Least Technology)

Enroll now.

See odometer instructions.

Take pictures of your odometer.

Upload a picture of your odometer at least once a month through the app or website.

Consider this option if you:

  • Have a vehicle made before 1996. These vehicles may not have the necessary technology to plug into your On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD-II) port, the vehicle’s data port used for emissions and vehicle maintenance.
  • Prefer to report your miles manually.
  • Drive most/all of your miles in Colorado, since this option will charge based on all miles driven.
Connectivity

Non-GPS-Enabled Mileage-Reporting Device
(Some Technology)

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Install a device that reports your miles.

Plug an Azuga device into your vehicle and forget it! The device will report your mileage and gasoline consumed, but does not assess location.

Consider this option if you:

  • Like a "plug it in and forget about it" option.
  • Drive most/all of your miles in Colorado, since this option will charge for all miles driven.
  • Want some of Azuga's special features: vehicle health, battery voltage and more.
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GPS-Enabled Mileage-Reporting Device
(Most Technology)

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Install a GPS-enabled device that reports your miles.

Plug an Azuga device into your vehicle and forget it! The device will use location-based data to calculate total miles driven and only assess a charge for miles driven in Colorado.

Consider this option if you:

  • Like a "plug it in and forget about it" option.
  • Drive out of state frequently.
  • Enjoy seeing per-trip data.
  • Want all of Azuga’s special features: visual trip logs, vehicle location, vehicle health, battery voltage, and more

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  You will be taken to an external site to complete enrollment.

Need more information about the mileage-reporting options? The following table has a side-by-side comparison. You can also visit Azuga for more information about the features for each option.

Mileage-Reporting Option

Plug-in Device

Description

Features

Odometer Reading No Participants who select this option will report their vehicle’s odometer reading via the account management website or mobile app.
  • No mileage reporting device installed
  • Submit an electronic picture of your odometer at least once a month via a smartphone application
  • Road usage charge based on all miles driven
  • Credit included on statement for estimated amount of state gas tax paid (for gasoline vehicles), based on EPA average mpg estimate (not actual fuel consumption)
  • Online account setup and access through Azuga website and mobile app
Non-GPS-Enabled Mileage-Reporting Device Yes
Non-GPS enabled
Participants who select this option will receive a device to plug into their vehicle; this method uses a non-GPS device which counts distance traveled and gasoline consumed, but does not assess location
  • Mileage-reporting device installed in car that reports all miles driven regardless of location
  • Road usage charge based on all miles driven
  • Credit included on statement for estimated amount of state gas tax paid (for gasoline vehicles)
  • Online account setup and access through Azuga website and mobile app
GPS-Enabled Mileage Reporting Device Yes
GPS enabled
Participants who select this option will receive a device to plug into their vehicle; this method uses location-based data to calculate total miles driven with differentiation between in-state and out-of-state roads.
  • Mileage-reporting device installed in car that reports miles driven miles differentiated by location
  • Road usage charge based only on miles driven in Colorado
  • Credit included on statement for estimated amount of state gas tax paid (for gasoline vehicles)
  • Online account setup and access through Azuga website and mobile app
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Having trouble?

Please contact the Colorado RUCPP Help Desk and we'll be happy to help you:

[email protected] 

We're available from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on weekends (all times are Mountain Time)

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