RV & Motorhome Registration in Wyoming
RVs are as common a summertime sight on Wyoming roads as the wild horses galloping through the southwestern expanses of the state, or the bison roaming Yellowstone. Each year there seems to be even more taking to the highways as the upper reaches of the Baby Boomer generation begin to retire.
While a good chunk of these moving motels come and go with the seasons and are not bearing the bucking bronco plates of Wyoming, there is still quite a motor home population in the state. And, most likely, the pool of perspective buyers is going to continue to grow. Thus, questions will arise about how to get these rolling homes street legal. The fact of the matter is that it is not complicated at all.
Titling and registering an RV (motor home) in Wyoming is relatively the same as the process one goes though when registering any other type of applicable motor vehicle. The registration and the titling sections of this site provide a comprehensive overview of the procedures of each.
Ultimately, the main difference between registering a motor home and a standard passenger vehicle is the annual cost. Fees and requirements are determined by your local county treasurer, so contact your branch for information specific to your vehicle.Other Topics in This Section