Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV, ATV, OHM)

Know Before You Apply

Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs) legally registered in another state or country, and not in Minnesota for more than 30 days, are NOT required to purchase a Minnesota registration. If your state does not require a registration, you will need a Minnesota registration.

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Costs

  • Please check the Minnesota DNR Fee Schedule for current prices.
  • You can pay with cash, check (payable to Scott County) or credit card. If you pay with a credit card, a 2.45% convenience fee will be applied.

Applying at the Government Center

Scott County Customer Service is offering a hybrid customer service model, which includes appointments, walk-in service and drop box availability. Walk-in service is available for transactions such as tabs, title transfers, disability certificates, duplicate titles, marriage license applications, birth/death/marriage certificates and additional deputy registrar services. 

Please note: walk-in service is on a first come first served basis and service is not guaranteed. You will need to use our Customer Service Appointments System to get on the standby list. When we have reached our capacity, you will be asked to wait outside the Service Center lobby until space is available. Our walk-in service line closes at 3:30. 

Application Process 

New Registration

Renew Registration

Transfer Registration

  • Bring signed registration card from the seller and/or bill of sale with live signatures and complete information about the vehicle. This includes the DNR registration number, make, model, and engine size. 
  • Apply in person at our Customer Service Center. Use our Customer Service Appointments System to get on the standby list

Duplicate decal or registration card

The owner of the vehicle must be present and have valid identification.