How do I replace lost or damaged UT license plates, stickers, tabs or tags? Utah

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It's a pretty simple process, and you have two ways to handle this matter.

Replace UT License Plates (In Person)

To replace lost or damaged car tags or stickers, just visit a DMV branch office. Bring your vehicle registration and some sort of personal identification (like a driver's license or Utah ID card). You'll receive new stickers and the same type of license plate for $10.

Replace UT License Plates (By Mail)

To accomplish this task through the mail, write a letter that contains your request for a replacement plate and stickers. Then, send it along with a copy of your car registration to:

Division of Motor Vehicles
Mail and Correspondence
210 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84134

Be sure to include a check for $13 to cover the cost of the plates, decals, and postage.

Two Cautionary Notes

If your plates were stolen, you should report the theft to your local police department.

Don't try driving with missing license plates or stickers. If you're caught by law enforcement, you risk getting a traffic ticket and a fine.

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