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Salesperson License in Utah

License Required

To sell cars for a dealer, you must be licensed through the Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division (MVED) of the Utah State Tax Commission.

Submitting an Application

After being accepted for employment through a dealer, a prospective salesperson must complete a notarized Motor Vehicle Salesperson Application (Form TC-303). The dealer will also need to sign the form.

Applicants need to also supply a:

  • Color or black-and-white personal photo, passport-sized or larger.
  • Completed fingerprint card, available through MVED or most police departments.
  • Completed fingerprint Waiver (Form TC-465).
  • Check or money order for the $31 fee plus $25 for a background check, payable to the Utah State Tax Commission

Send all the materials to:

  • Utah State Tax Commission
  • Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division
  • 210 N. 1950 W.
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84134

License Information

Licenses expire annually on June 30. To renew a license, complete the Motor Vehicle Salesperson Application (Form TC-303) again, and send a check or money order for $31 to:

  • Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division
  • 210 N. 1950 W.
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84134

The license is only valid for work with the original dealer, unless it's been transferred. To transfer a license, simply complete the Motor Vehicle Salesperson Application (Form TC-303) again, and send a check or money order for $31 to:

  • Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division
  • 210 N. 1950 W.
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84134

All necessary forms may be picked up at MVED headquarters.

For more information on the licensing process, contact MVED at (801) 297-2600 or mved@utah.gov.

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