A "specially constructed vehicle" includes every type of vehicle that is required to be registered in this state that is:
This includes homemade trailers.
To title and register a specially constructed vehicle, the owner must provide the following information to the DMV; this may require more than one visit:
If all requirements are met, the vehicle owner will receive a Utah Official ID number for the vehicle. The owner will be instructed as to how to affix the assigned ID number to the specially constructed vehicle. After installation, the VIN must be inspected by a police officer or a DMV-CSR.
The title and registration will reflect the make of the vehicle as "SPCN" (specially constructed) and the year of the vehicle is determined by date construction is completed.
The assigned ID number must be affixed to the vehicle by the owner as instructed by the DMV office. After installation, the VIN must be inspected by a police officer, DMV-CSR or certified safety inspector.
In addition to the above procedures, all other title and registration requirements must be met, including payment of fees and sales tax. Sales tax is due on the amount paid for all parts, except for parts on which sales tax has already been paid.
This website is provided for general guidance only. It does not contain all motor vehicle laws or rules.