A bill (H.B. 267) in the Utah State Legislature to create a statutory definition of a “vintage travel trailer” and provide for a one-time registration fee was approved by the Utah House of Representatives and now moves to the Senate for consideration. Under the bill, vintage travel trailers would also be eligible for a special group license plate and would be exempted from wheel cover, mudguard, flap, or splash apron requirements.
We Urge You to Contact Members of the Senate Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Committee (List Attached) Immediately To Request Their Support for H.B. 267
- H.B. 267 defines a "vintage travel trailer" as a travel trailer, camping trailer, or fifth wheel trailer that is 30 years old or older and primarily a collector's item that is used for participation in club activities, exhibitions, tours, parades, occasional recreational or vacation use and other similar uses.
- H.B. 267 provides for a $40 one-time fee and would exempt vintage travel trailer owners from any future registration fees.
DON’T DELAY! Please contact members of the Utah Senate Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Committee immediately to request their support of H.B. 267. Please e-mail a copy of your letter to email@example.com. Thank you for your assistance.
Utah Senate Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Committee
To e-mail all members of the Utah Senate Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Committee, copy and paste the email address block below:
Senator J. Stuart Adams
Phone: (801) 593−1776
Senator Scott K. Jenkins
Phone: (801) 621−5412
Senator Peter C. Knudson
Phone: (435) 723−6366
Senator Karen Mayne
Phone: (801) 968−7756