(j) (I) One or more motor vehicles or bicycles kept and used by any debtor in the aggregate value of five thousand dollars; or
I would go with what the 2009 Co Revised Statute reads, which is shown above. I do not see any requirement that it be used for work.
Also, just as a tip, I do not see where you have to actually file BK to claim the exemption.
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The answer was of course as expected, the language in the 2009 revised statute removing references to using the vehicle for work purposes seemed to be unambiguous. I just felt better spending 18.00 to hear it from somebody else as I could always find a temporary job to protect my interest in the vehicle.
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