Utah Code Title 41. Motor Vehicles § 41-1a-213. Contents of registration cards

<Section effective Jan. 1, 2018.  See, also, section 41-1a-213 effective until Jan. 1, 2018.>

(1) The registration card shall be delivered to the owner and shall contain:

(a) the date issued;

(b) the name of the owner;

(c) a description of the vehicle registered including the year, the make, the identification number, and the license plate assigned to the vehicle;

(d) the expiration date;  and

(e) other information as determined by the commission.

(2) If a vehicle is leased for a period in excess of 45 days, the registration shall contain:

(a) the owner's name;  and

(b) the name of the lessee.

(3) On all vehicles registered under Subsections 41-1a-1206(1)(d) and (1)(e), the registration card shall also contain the gross laden weight as given in the application for registration.

(4)(a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), a new registration card issued by the commission on or after November 1, 2013, may not display the address of the owner or the lessee on the registration card.

(b) A new registration card issued by the commission under one of the following provisions shall display the address of the owner or the lessee on the registration card:

(i)  Section 41-1a-301 for a vehicle;  or

(ii)  Section 73-18-7 for a vessel.


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