All-Terrain Vehicles, Off-Road Motorcycles, Other

Definitions

All-terrain Vehicle
Defined by Virginia Code § 46.2-100 as a motor vehicle having three or more wheels that is powered by a motor and is manufactured for off-highway use. This definition does not include go-carts or any riding lawn mower.
Farm Utility Vehicle
Defined by Virginia State Code § 46.2-100 as a vehicle that is powered by a motor and is designed for off-road use and is used as a farm, agricultural, or horticultural service vehicle, generally having four or more wheels, bench seating for the operator and a passenger, a steering wheel for control, and a cargo bed. This definition does not include utility pickup or panel trucks, golf carts, low-speed vehicles, or riding lawn mowers.
Go-cart
Described by Virginia State Code § 46.2-100 as having a low center of gravity and typically used for racing on relatively level surfaces.
Golf Cart
Described by Virginia State Code § 46.2-100 as a self-propelled vehicle designed to transport persons playing golf and their equipment on a golf course.
Off-road Motorcycle
Defined by Virginia Code § 46.2-100 as any motorcycle designed exclusively for off-road use by an individual rider with not more than two wheels in contact with the ground.
Utility Vehicle
Defined by Virginia State Code § 46.2-100 as a motor vehicle that is designed for off-road use, powered by a motor, and used for general maintenance, security, agricultural, or horticultural purposes. This definition does not include riding lawn mowers.

Restrictions

Titling Your ATV Or Off-Road Motorcycle

Follow the steps below to title your all-terrain vehicle or off-road motorcycle in Virginia.

Step 1. Present the following documents

Step 2. Pay the following titling fees

Step 3. Select electronic or paper title