An all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is defined as a motorized off-highway vehicle designed to travel on four low-pressure or non-pneumatic tires, having a seat designed to be straddled by the operator and handlebars for steering control. In Kentucky, all ATVs are required to be titled. However, they are not registered.
APPLY FOR AN ATV TITLE
ATVs must have a 17-character VIN to be titled in Kentucky. A motor number is not accepted.
For In-State Vehicles
To apply for a Title for an ATV, you will need the following:
For Out-of-State Transfers
To apply for a Title for an out-of-state ATV, you will need the following:
If your name on the title is different than your ID, you must provide an affidavit showing they are the same.
DUPLICATE ATV TITLES
To apply for a duplicate Title for your ATV, you will need the following:
Completed TC 96-182, including the owner and vehicle identification sections.
Title number OR license plate number
$10.00 duplicate title fee
If you move out of state and need to apply for a duplicate title, you must contact the
County Clerk's office
where you previously resided. When providing your new out-of-state address, you must complete form TC 96-182.