NEW $30 FEE TO RIDE IN UTAH IF YOU’RE FROM ANOTHER STATE

UTAH WILL NO LONGER EXCEPT OTHER STATES OHV REGISTRATION

Beginning January 1, 2020, Utah will no longer have reciprocity with any of the other 49 states and have to pay a yearly $30 fee.  Owners of ATVs, off-highway motorcycles or snowmobiles, brought into Utah by non-residents, must obtain a non-resident permit for their machine. The Non-resident permit funds go directly back into our motorized recreational sport.  The permit fees are directed toward trail construction, trail improvements, trail maintenance, OHV education, OHV facility development, and enforcement.

This out-of-state permit costs $30 and is good for 12 months from the time of purchase. If you order the permit online, there is an additional $5 charge. You can do that HERE.

Remember to bring:

  • Proof of residency: driver’s license or other state-issued identification.
  • Proof of ownership: title or current registration or bill of sale.

To obtain a non-resident permit, you must provide proof of out-of-state residency and that the OHV is not owned by a Utah resident. Revenues generated from non-resident OHV user fees are dedicated to construction, improvement, operation, and maintenance of OHV trails throughout Utah.

There are plenty of stores selling the out of state OHV stickers. See the list HERE.

The $30 Utah OHV Sticker
Starting 1/1/2020, it will cost you $30 per year to bring your UTV into Utah to ride.

Our latest test of the 2020 Kawasaki Teryx KRX1000 took place in Moab Utah. It’s a beautiful place to ride and we will be happy to pay $30 to go back.

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