A registration renewal may be completed 60 days prior to expiration of the current registration, subject to the availability of renewal materials. The new registration period retains the same expiration month as the original registration, with few exceptions.
If you are still receiving post cards reminders that can get lost in the mail and want the DMV to start emailing your renewal reminder, you may sign up here.
If your address has changed, please visit MVP (Motor Vehicle Portal), prior to renewing your vehicle online. Once you have updated your address, please wait 30 minutes before logging back into RenewalExpress to ensure that the update has taken place. Not only is updating your address important for ensuring your registration is mailed to the correct location, it also makes sure that the correct inspection requirements and fees are collected.
You have several options for renewing your registration. Choose the option that is best for you!
Never forget to renew your registration again! Sign up to have your registration renewal completed automatically. Once signed up, the DMV will email your notice of an upcoming registration renewal. The notice will alert you of any inspections that need to be completed and a time frame for completion. On the specified date, inspection requirements and payment will be verified. The DMV will email you a receipt and confirmation when your renewal is processed. Your decal and registration will be mailed to the address we have on file. For this process, you must provide bank account information to allow for an ACH payment of registration renewal.
Sign up for automatic registration renewal on our MVP (Motor Vehicle Portal) or complete a TC-505 Automatic Registration Renewal Application and submit it to the DMV at the address provided on the form.
One of the most convenient methods is renewing online with RenewalExpress. Simple and fast, with the ability to renew from almost any location, renewing with RenewalExpress is a breeze.
Many inspection stations can not only complete your inspections, but also renew your registration as part of our On The Spot program. See Station Map for station locations.
You may complete your renewal through the mail service by sending renewal items to the address below. Applicable inspection certificates and payment of all associated registration fees are required to complete any renewal transaction. To access your renewal information and calculate registration fees, click here. If you qualify for a fee exemption, contact DMV at 801-297-7780 or 1-800-DMV-UTAH.
Make check payable to the Utah State Tax Commission and mail to:
Motor Vehicle Division
P.O. Box 30412
Salt Lake City, UT 84130
For your local county DMV office address click here.
A renewal may be completed at your local DMV office drive-through, where applicable, or lobby. To better serve you we recommend scheduling an appointment before visiting one of our larger offices. We value your time and want to make your visit with us as quick and efficient as possible. By scheduling an appointment and entering your vehicle information ahead of time it will shorten both your transaction time and wait time. If the office you wish to visit recommends appointments, please use our appointment scheduler, selecting title and registration as your choice of service. We look forward to serving you.
Didn’t receive your renewal notice and are wondering what to do? We’ve got you covered. Click here to access your registration renewal information, including your online renewal PIN.
Report a Vehicle Sold
Did you receive a renewal notice for a car you no longer own? Report the vehicle as sold so that we may update our records. This can be done online on our MVP (Motor Vehicle Portal) or complete a TC-502, Application to Cancel Registration and submit it to the DMV at the address provided on the form.