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    Wyoming's Department of Transportation (WYDOT) requires snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV), and trailers to be registered. Fortunately for you, the process is remarkably easy, similar to registering a car.

    Registering an ATV

    To register, simply bring the ATV's title into your local county treasurer's office and pay a registration fee that's based on the vehicle's factory cost.

    You'll also need an Off-Road Recreational Vehicle (ORV) permit to operate on Wyoming's public lands. This annual permit costs $15 and can be obtained from a variety of locations, including some local businesses, Bureau and Land Management offices, and some county treasurers.

    Registering a Snowmobile

    All snowmobiles must be titled with your county clerk.

    In addition, you need to pay an annual user fee with either your county treasurer or with any Wyoming Permit Selling Agent. When you pay the $25 fee, you'll receive a User fee decal that must be affixed, in full view, on the left side of the snowmobile's cowl.

    The decals are valid from July 1 to June 30, and must be renewed every year.

    Registering a Trailer

    Trailers Under 1,000 Pounds

    All trailers under 1,000 pounds must be titled with your county clerk. Trailers must be titled first before registering.

    If you tow a homemade trailer you'll need to obtain a vehicle identification number (VIN) from the Motor Vehicle Services Office in order for it to be titled. To apply for a VIN, complete the following application form. After you're assigned a VIN, the trailer will need to be inspected by a law enforcement officer.

    To register a trailer under 1,000 pounds (empty weight) you must:

    Trailers Over 1,000 Pounds

    To register a trailer 1,000 pounds or more you must:

    • Visit your local county treasurer's office.
    • Bring a weight certificate.
    • Bring the trailer's title.
    • Pay all applicable fees.

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