Officials are reminding Utah drivers that using unauthorized license plates and decals on your vehicle could result in charges.
“Vehicles are required to display authorized license plates and proper decals issued for those plates from the Division of Motor Vehicles to travel legally on public roads,” spokesperson for the Utah State Tax Commission Charlie Roberts said.
Roberts said police officers have received a rash of complaints recently of different color, facsimile, or novelty plates. Utah vehicle owners caught with these plates face revocation of their registration, impoundment, and possible criminal charges, he said.
If you need replacement plates visit a Utah DMV office.