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    SUMMARY: How to Change Your Address in Utah

    You can change your address on your UT driver’s license or ID card either online or in person at a DPS office. Changing your address on your motor vehicle records can be done either online, by phone, or in person at a DMV office. If you’d like replacement documents showing your new address, you’ll need to pay a fee.

    This page has all the information you need to change your address with the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) Driver License Division and the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

    UT Driver’s License/ID Card Address Change

    If you’ve changed your address, you’ll need to notify the Utah Driver License Division within 10 days. You can do this either:

    If you’d like a replacement driver’s license or identification card showing your new address, you’ll need to apply for a duplicate. Complete instructions, including fees, can be found on our following pages:

    Car Registration & Title Address Change

    You can change your address on your motor vehicle record either:

    If you’d like an updated registration document or certificate of title showing your new address, you can request a replacement. You will need to pay a fee. Learn more on our following pages:

    Fees to Change Your Utah Address

    If you apply for replacement documents showing your new address, you will need to pay the following fees:

    • Driver’s license: $18.
    • Identification card: $18.
    • Vehicle registration: $4.
    • Certificate of title: $6.

    If you have any questions about fees, including accepted payment methods, please contact the Utah DPS and DMV.

    New to Utah?

    If you’re a new resident of Utah, you’ll need to:

    • Transfer your out-of-state driver’s license to the state.
    • Register your out-of-state car with the UT DMV.

    Apply for a UT Driver’s License

    To transfer your out-of-state driver’s license for a Utah license, you’ll need to appear in person at your local UT DPS office. You’ll need to provide various documents, pay the driver’s license fee, and pass the written and/or driving test.

    For more information, visit our Applying for a New License page.

    Register Your Car

    You have 60 days to transfer your out-of-state vehicle registration and title to Utah once you become a resident. You will need to have a vehicle identification number (VIN) inspection completed and you may also need to pass an emissions inspection.

    More information can be found on our Car Registration in Utah page.

    Change Your Name in UT

    If you’ve changed your name for any reason—such as marriage or divorce—you’ll need to update both your driver’s license and motor vehicle records. This will require a visit to your local UT DPS and DMV offices with proof of your name change. Accepted documents include your:

    • Divorce decree.
    • Marriage certificate.
    • Court order.

    Complete instructions can be found on our Changing Your Name in Utah page.

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