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    Snowmobiles and ATVs

    Both groups are classified by state law as "off-highway vehicles" (OHVs). All OHVs manufactured in or after 1988 and used on the state's public lands or roads must be registered and titled if you're a Utah resident.

    To title and register your OHV, just follow the procedures outlined for cars or motorcycles. Titles cost $6.00, and registration fees vary according to the age of the vehicle. Your registration must be renewed annually, and expires in the month you purchased the OHV.

    Where to Put Your Stickers

    Place your snowmobile registration decals on both sides of the hood, pan, or tunnel. For all-terrain vehicles, place a sticker on the front and on the rear of the vehicle.

    Other OHV Rules

    Be aware that all OHV riders under 18 years old must wear a helmet.

    Also, you may only ride your OHV on private land when you have the land owner's permission.

    The Utah Department of Natural Resources offers more information on the subject of OHVs.

    Trailers

    Only trailers that weigh more than 750 pounds must be registered with the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). But it's a good idea to register any trailer, in case of theft or loss.

    Simply go to your local DMV, and bring your title and VIN number. If you need a new title, you'll have to fill out the Vehicle Application for Utah Title (Form TC-656).

    Fees

    Registration fees depend on how old your trailer is. A title costs $6.00.

    Other Types of Vehicles

    If you're interested in information about boats, recreational vehicles, or custom-built vehicles, we have separate sections covering these areas.

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