This bill makes the failure to have a front license plate a primary offense, allowing law enforcement to pull you over and give you a ticket.
This bill creates a "Cash for Clunkers" program in Utah, giving out taxpayer-funded checks of up to $5,500 to purchase a new vehicle.
This bill would re-introduce mandatory vehicle safety inspections for vehicles sold by a used car dealer.
This bill lowers the window tint limit to 25%—meaning that drivers could legally operate with darker tint on their front side windows.
If you don't have a spot for a front license plate, watch out! You might just get ticketed.
First-time DUI offenders guilty of the new .05 BAC law should be given a lighter punishment as a second chance.
This bill criminalizing the holding of a cell phone while driving a vehicle. Utahns may only use voice-enabled phones while driving under this proposal.
Utah law currently has overly burdensome regulations regarding the amount of tint you can get for your vehicle. Libertas Institute has been working to change that in the future.
This bill exempts Tesla from the current protectionist laws that prohibit vehicle manufacturers from selling their cars directly to Utahns.
This bill legalizes the operation of low-speed autonomous delivery vehicles that navigate along sidewalks and crosswalks.