Utah License Plate Lookup

Free Utah License Plate Lookup

Lookup and search your Utah license plate and get a free complete vehicle history report including: salvage status, theft or accident records, recalls and more!

Buying a used car in Utah? Get a free vehicle history report by running a Utah license plate lookup. Running a license plate lookup is fastest way to check a certain car’s history. Utah residents must register their motor vehicles for use in the state. All vehicles are issues license plates upon registration. The Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) handles vehicle registration.

VinCheck.info offers free license plate lookup. Using your Utah license plate, you can get a complete vehicle report at no cost. A vehicle report from VinCheck.info contains:

  •    Market Value
  •    Vehicle Specifications
  •    Equipment Details
  •    Fuel Efficiency
  •    Safety Rating
  •    Inspection Checklist
  •    Current Warranty
  •    NMVTIS Vehicle History Report

Utah License Plates & Placards

New Utah residents are allowed 60 days to transfer titles and registrations. All vehicles that are titled or registered in Utah for the first time are required to complete a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) inspection.

All registered vehicles in Utah must display license plates. License plates and/or decals will be issued upon completion of the registration process. All license plates are issued to the owner of the vehicle and should be returned to a motor vehicle office when the vehicle is sold.

Most vehicles are required to have license plates displayed on the front and back. However, some vehicles can have plates attached on the rear only.

When your license plate is lost or stolen, visit your local DMV office with a copy of the most recent registration, license plate number, or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to apply for a replacement.

Types of Utah License Plates

Utah has three standard-issue plates and a variety of special plates available.

Transferring of License Plates in Utah

License plates may be transferred only if the application for transfer is made in the name of the original registered owner, unless the owner’s name has been changed by marriage, divorce, or court order. Transferred license plates may not be displayed on the new vehicle until the registration has been completed and a new registration card has been issued.

More Resources for Utah Drivers:

Buying a used car in Utah?  Don’t make a costly mistake. Run a Free License Plate Lookup for your Utah-registered vehicle!

  1. Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6.0 million automobile accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  2. Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands.
  3. Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
  4. Check for thefts. Lookup a license plate to check for an active theft or previously recovered theft record.

Run a Free Utah License Plate Lookup to uncover the full-story of your Utah-registered vehicle.

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