much does it cost to participate in the Utah Watch Your
Utah Watch Your Car program is provided as a FREE
service to owners/lessees of vehicles registered in the
State of Utah.
can I register my vehicle in the Utah Watch Your Car program?
can register your vehicle in the Utah Watch Your Car
program in one of several ways:
have more than one vehicle, must I fill out a separate
application form for each one?
separate Watch Your Car application must be completed
for each vehicle.
vehicle is registered in two (2) names, must both registered
owner/lessees consent to participation in the Utah Watch Your
all registered owner/lessees of a vehicle that participates in
the Utah Watch Your Car program must consent to its inclusion
in the program due to legal requirements.
are the decals placed on my vehicle and how easily are
they seen at night?
Watch Your Car decals are made of a heavy-duty reflective
material that is easily seen at night. According to
the front decal is to be placed along the top edge of
the windshield in an area not to exceed three inches
to right or left of center, and is not to extend downward
more than four inches from the top edge. This decal
contains information and notification that it is a federal
offense to remove the decal without the owner's permission.
rear decal is round and is to be placed on the vehicle's
back window, driver's side at the lower (left) corner.
This decal serves as a beacon to law enforcement officers
that the vehicle is registered in the Watch Your Car
program. The Watch Your Car decals must be placed in
the areas described above. If you have any questions
as to the decals placement please contact your local
law enforcement agency.
I register in the Utah Watch Your Car program, may I use
my vehicle between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.?
may use your car at any time of the day or night including
the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., provided you are
properly licensed to do so.
I register in the Utah Watch Your Car program, can I loan
my vehicle to someone else who intends to operate it between
the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.?
|Your vehicle can be driven at any time
of the day or night including the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., as long as the driver is properly licensed and has
your permission. It is your responsibility to advise anyone driving your vehicle that they may be stopped by police
between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. and asked about their authority to drive your vehicle.
am registered in the Utah Watch Your Car program and recently
moved. I submitted a change of address form to the Utah
Motor Vehicle Administration, must I also notify the Utah
Vehicle Theft Prevention Council?
participation in the Utah Watch Your Car program requires
that you notify the Utah Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division
of any change in your address or telephone number.
can I get more information about the Utah Watch Your Car
you are unable to find answers to your questions about
the Utah Watch Your Car program on this website, you should
contact the Utah Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division at
do I withdraw my vehicle from the Utah Watch Your Car
of vehicles registered in the Utah Watch Your Car program
must notify the MVED in writing when they withdraw their
vehicle from the program. You can obtain a withdrawal form on this web site
or request a form from the Council by calling 801-297-2600.