Title Requirements in Utah
The following list describes which vehicles are required to be titled in Utah:
- Vehicles – Every vehicle (including motor vehicles, motorcycles, trailers, semi-trailers, and manufactured homes) operated in Utah, regardless of model year, must be titled except non-commercial trailers that have an unladen weight of 750 pounds or less.
- Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV) – Every 1988 or newer OHV, including snowmobiles, operated in Utah must be titled. Though no title is issued to an OHV that is 1987 or older, registration requirements may still apply.
- Watercraft – Every 1985 or newer watercraft operated in Utah waters must be titled except canoes and inflatable watercrafts powered by an outboard motor with 25 horsepower or less. Though no title is issued to a watercraft that is 1984 or older, registration requirements may still apply.
- Outboard Motors – Every 1985 or newer outboard motor operated in Utah waters must be titled except those with a manufacturer’s listed horsepower of 25 or less.
- Campers– Every 2015 or newer camper registered in Utah must be titled. Model years of 2014 and older may obtain a title at owner’s request.
- Park Model Recreational Vehicles– Every 2015 or newer park model vehicle must be titled in Utah. Model years of 2014 and older may obtain a title at owner’s request.
Exceptions to Title Requirements
Aircraft are not titled in Utah.
If you believe your vehicle qualifies for an exception to Utah’s title requirements that is not listed above, please call (801) 297-7780 or 1-800-368-8824 to speak to a representative for more information.