Why should I order my Trailblazer License Plate?
- Sustain our proud collegiate license plate tradition
- Provide scholarships for deserving students
If you are getting a plate for the first time:
If you have the old plate and want to replace it with the new one:
Up to two weeks.
No. You retain your existing expiration and renewal dates.
No. You do not keep the same alphanumeric characters on your existing plate. Regardless of whether you are purchasing the plate for the first time or are replacing it, you will be issued a new set of alphanumeric characters. Personalized plates are the only exception — see more details below.
After the first year, you make the annual contribution of $25 to the scholarship fund when you renew your vehicle registration. Your gift is added to the total amount shown on your state vehicle registration materials.
You can also make your gift and renew your vehicle registration in person at the DMV.
You can order personalized plates with up to five alphanumeric characters in a combination that has not already been assigned by submitting Form TC-817 with the required personalization fee. To see if your slogan is available, go to https://secure.utah.gov/pps/. Form TC-817 may also be completed in person at the DMV.
Additional fees apply: annual contribution of $25 to the scholarship fund, plus a one-time personalized plate fee of $50, plus $10 special plate fee, and $3 (if ordered by mail) amounts to $98 ($95 in person) for the first year.
It’s a $10 plate replacement fee, plus $3 (if ordered by mail) for a total of $13 ($10 in person).
Up to three weeks.