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NonResident Off-Highway Vehicle Permit Information
03/02/12 at 06:55:11
 
Non-Resident Off-Highway Vehicle Permit Information
Utah law requires any non-Utah resident who owns, operates or lends an Off-Highway Vehicle for use on any public land, trail, street, or highway in Utah must pay an annual Off-Highway Vehicle user fee. Some states have reciprocity, meaning there is a mutual agreement between states not to charge non-residents fees. To find out the status of your state, click here . For more information, please call 801-538-7433 .
 
Individuals attending a state sanctioned Jamboree, or other OHV event, such as the Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree or the Fillmore National ATV Jamboree (just to name 2 as examples) are exempt from this non-resident Off-Highway Vehicle user permit requirement for the duration of the event.
 
Individuals wanting to obtain a non-resident Off-Highway Vehicle user permit must provide proof of residency in a state other than Utah, and must provide proof that the Off-Highway Vehicle is not owned by a Utah resident.  
 
Non-resident permits can be obtained either through the mail or in person at an authorized vendor.  
 
The process for obtaining a non-resident Off-Highway Vehicle user permit by fax or mail is outlined below. (NOTE: Incomplete applications, or applications submitted on other than the approved form, or application packets which do not contain all required fees and documents will not be processed.)
 
Applying by fax or mail:
1. Complete a Non-resident Off-Highway Vehicle User Fee Application and Affidavit for each Off-Highway Vehicle you will be bringing to Utah. Have the affidavit(s) notarized by a Notary Public.  
2. Attach a photocopy of your state issued identification (Driverís license or other state issued identification) to the affidavit.  
3. Attach a photocopy of each Off-Highway Vehicleís title/registration, or current registration, or notarized bill of sale in cases where your state has no registration for Off-Highway Vehicles.  
4. Attach a check or money order in the amount of $30 dollars (US).  
5. Mail all the above documents to:  
 † Utah Division of Parks and Recreation
 † Non-resident Off-Highway Vehicle User Permits
 † 1594 West North Temple, Suite 116
 † PO Box 146001
 † Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6001  
 † Fax: (801) 538-4802  
6. Permits will be mailed to the address provided on the affidavit.
Click Here for the Application
 
Applying in person:
Permits are available in person at authorized vendor locations throughout the state of Utah. For a complete listing of authorized vendors, click here or contact the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation, OHV Education office at 801-538-7433 .
 
1. Proof of residency: driverís license or other state issued identification.  
2. Proof of ownership: title/registration, or current registration, or bill of sale in cases where your state has no registration for Off-Highway Vehicles.  
3. Check or money order in the amount of $30 dollars (US).
 
Revenues generated from Off-Highway Vehicle user fees are dedicated to the construction, improvement, operation and maintenance of Off-Highway Vehicle trails.
 
 Have questions? Or for more information,  
please call 801-538-7433 .

 
 
This information is subject to change at any time without notice to this website or anyone so check the Utah State Parks and recreation website at: http://stateparks.utah.gov for the most current list.
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