Important Changes Related to COVID-19

Coronavirus informationAs circumstances and restrictions related to COVID are updated, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) procedures and office processes will be adapted to follow the latest information. Some safety measures, restrictions or procedure changes implemented during the pandemic may remain in effect.

The DMV continues doing everything possible to address the motor vehicle needs of the public. Return to this website and as needed for updates.

Office Closures and Service Changes

For information regarding your local county offices please contact them directly. This page has a list of all DMV offices and their current status, as well as contact information. We will continue to update this page as information becomes available.

Telephone/Email Assistance for Motor Vehicles

Assistance with DMV questions may be received by phone or email. The DMV call center hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the following numbers: 801-297-7780 and 800-DMV-UTAH (800-368-8824). Assistance may also be received by emailing

Assistance is provided as quickly as possible, however, please be aware that a heavy volume of calls or emails may affect the timeliness of our response.

Online Motor Vehicle Renewals

The DMV continues to encourage the public to process their motor vehicle renewals online. The majority of vehicles in Utah can be renewed at an On the SPOT renewal station or online via Renewal Express.

DMV Appointment Scheduler

Utah DMV SchedulerAvailable services and accessibility may be adjusted or limited based on individual DMV office locations. To receive prioritized service at the following offices, please schedule an appointment.

  • Salt Lake
  • South Valley
  • Farmington
  • Ogden
  • Provo
  • Hurricane

Appointments are available at these offices Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Go here for more information, services and instructions for all DMV office locations.

Emission Testing

Requirements for vehicle emission testing are not governed by the DMV and the DMV has no authority to waive emission testing requirements.

If additional time to acquire a required emission test is needed, you may go online and receive a temporary operating permit prior to completing an emission test. Registration fees will be required. A temporary permit allows you 30 days to acquire an emission test and complete your registration. Visit