DRIVING

SERVING BOX ELDER, CACHE AND RICH COUNTIES

Utah Department of Public Safety
4501 South 2700 West
Salt Lake City UT 84114
(801) 965-4461

https://publicsafety.utah.gov/

SERVING BOX ELDER COUNTY

Box Elder Motor Vehicles Office
81 North Main Street Suite 101
Brigham City UT 84302
(435) 734-3392

https://dmv.utah.gov/

QUESTIONS ABOUT HANDICAP PLATES?
You need your Primary Physician to fill out one of those applications for you.
More info:
https://dmv.utah.gov/plates/disabled

Brigham City Driver’s License Division
285 West 1100 South
Brigham City UT 84302

(801) 965-4437

https://dmv.utah.gov/

SERVING CACHE COUNTY

Department of Motor Vehicles Office
179 North Main Street
Logan UT 84321
(435) 755-1610

https://dmv.utah.gov/

QUESTIONS ABOUT HANDICAP PLATES?
You need your Primary Physician to fill out one of those applications for you.
More info:
https://dmv.utah.gov/plates/disabled

Logan Driver’s License Office
110 East 700 South
Logan UT 84321
Phone: (435) 752-0332
www.driverlicense.utah.gov

SERVING RICH COUNTY

Logan Driver’s License Office
110 East 700 South
Logan UT 84321
(435) 752-0332

https://dld.utah.gov/

Rich County Motor Vehicle Office
20 South Main Street
Randolph UT 84064
(435) 793-5215

https://dmv.utah.gov/

QUESTIONS ABOUT HANDICAP PLATES?
You need your Primary Physician to fill out one of those applications for you.
More info:
https://dmv.utah.gov/plates/disabled

 

435-752-7242

170 N Main St Logan UT

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