I refused to take a blood or breath test. What does that mean for my license?

Under Colorado’s Express Consent law, driver’s have already agreed to a blood or breath test if demanded by law enforcement simply through the action of driving on the roads of Colorado. Therefore, if someone refuses to take one of those tests, it is called a refusal, and has increased DMV consequences, including a 60 day no-driver period before an individual is eligible to get a restricted license.