Utah Lemon Law Summary
The Utah lemon law covers any motor vehicle sold in the state and intended primarily for use and operation on the highways. This includes a motorcycle and the self-propelled vehicle and chassis of a motor home sold in the state.
The lemon law does not cover those portions of a motor home designated, used, or maintained primarily as a mobile dwelling, office, or commercial space; farm tractors; motorcycles designed primarily for use on unimproved terrain; road tractors or truck tractors; mobile homes; or any motor vehicle with a gross laden weight of over 12,000 pounds.
The Division of Consumer Protection defines “new motor vehicle” as a motor vehicle that has never been titled or registered and has been driven fewer than 7,500 miles.
Manufacturers participating in this state: