Renewing your Utah registration will require you to pay the registration fee, an emissions testing fee (if applicable), an inspection testing fee and, if you choose to renew through our site, our agency fee. The fees are broken down as follows:
Utah's registration renewal fees may depend on the type of vehicle you drive, your county and your vehicle's registered weight. Some cars may only be subject to a uniform fee, which ranges from $10 to $150, depending on the age of the vehicle. For example, the uniform renewal fee for a passenger vehicle less than 3 years old is $150 whereas the fee for a vehicle that is 12 or more years old is $10.
Certain counties in Utah require emissions testing once every two years. The average emission inspection fee in these counties is around $25. Additionally, some counties also require a separate emission fee of $1 to $3 at the time of your renewal.
If your passenger vehicle is a salvage, it will need to undergo a safety inspection. The maximum charge that Utah allows inspectors to charge for this service is $30 for passenger vehicles.
This site charges an agency fee of $39.99 to process your online transaction with the state on your behalf. This fee is not required and will not be assessed if you choose to renew your vehicle through the official state portal. There are valuable benefits associated with this fee, including bonus coupons, accessible email support, error-free processing, and much more. We also guarantee your satisfaction, so if you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.