All OHVs must display a current OHV registration sticker when operated or transported on public lands or roads. Off-highway motorcycles may be registered as street legal if they are safety inspected and insured. OHV registrations expire annually on the last day of the month the OHV was purchased.
Obtain registration from the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles.
A new law makes some ATVs street legal in some places. Street legal ATV information and equipment requirements.
Your OHV registration fees go directly back into the sport. Of the $21 collected from each registration, $13.50 is dedicated to the improvement of summer and winter OHV opportunities; $2 is used for safety and responsible riding education; $2.50 goes to the Division of Motor Vehicles; $1.50 to school trust lands; $1 goes to electronic transaction fees; and $.50 goes to fund search and rescue efforts.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013 ONLY ONE REGISTRATION DECAL WILL BE ISSUED FOR RENEWALS OR NEW VEHICLE PURCHASES.
This registration decal must be mounted in a visible location as follows:
- Motorcycles - on left fork
- Snowmobiles - on left side of hood, pan or tunnel
- All other off-highway vehicles - On the rear of the vehicle
Owners of OHVs used only for agricultural purposes may apply for an "implement of husbandry" sticker instead of registration decals. However, if the machine is used for recreation on public lands or roads, it must also be registered for that purpose.