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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ’s)

What is the minimum age to get a Learner Permit in Utah?

In Utah, you must be at least 15 years of age to obtain a Learner Permit. Visit the Utah Learner Permit page here: https://dld.utah.gov/license-permit-idcard-cdl/learner-permit/

What are the steps to get a Utah Learner Permit and Driver’s License?
  • Fill out the driver license application online prior to your visit and bring with you
  • Schedule a learner permit appointment for your visit. You can schedule it here: https://nqa3.nemoqappointment.com/Booking/Booking/Index/ut4gh734tse
  • Photo will be taken
  • Provide proof of identity (name and DOB)
  • Provide social security card
  • Provide two (2) documents of Utah residence address. If under age 18, proof of residence can be mail sent to your parent/legal guardian.  Visit required documentation page for what is acceptable proof of each type of document required.
  • Pass the 50-question written knowledge test based on the driver handbook/manual
  • Pass the eye (vision) test.
  • Parent/legal guardian must sign for financial responsibility (17 and under only.)
  • Submit the nonrefundable fee

If you are 15, 16 or 17 years old, the learner permit entitles you to operate a regular motor vehicle only if:

  • An approved driving instructor, parent or legal guardian who is licensed, is occupying the seat beside the applicant
  • The responsible adult who signed for financial responsibility, who is a licensed driver, is occupying the seat beside the applicant
  • Allows for other passengers in the vehicle
  • Learner permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession
  • If an applicant is 17 years of age or younger when they apply for their Utah learner permit, they must hold their learner permit for six (6) months before being able to apply for a Utah driver license
  • If the applicant turns 18 during the holding period, they may apply for their driver license upon turning 18. The six (6) month learner permit holding requirement does not apply to an applicant who is age 18 or older at the time of application for the learner permit Learner permits issued from a state other than Utah that are equivalent to the Utah learner permit can be used to meet the six (6) month learner permit holding requirement
  • It is recommended you have a learner permit before taking a driver education course. A driver education course is required to obtain your Utah driver license for anyone 18 years of age and younger

If you are 18 years or older, the learner permit entitles you to operate a regular motor vehicle only if:

  • A person 21 years of age or older, who must be a licensed driver, is occupying the seat beside the applicant
  • Learner permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession
How do I Get a Utah Provisional Class D driver license?

Once you reach the age of 15 you can start the driver license process. A driver who is under the age of 21 is considered a minor and is issued a Minor’s License, which is a provisional Class D driver license. Here are the steps you need to follow in order:

  • Apply for your learner permit
  • Complete a course in driver education
  • Complete the online Traffic Safety and Trends Exam
  • Complete the driving skills test (you have three options.) You may take the test at the Driver License Division, your driver education class at the high school, or a third party tester at a commercial driving school
  • Once you have completed the above four steps, visit the “ready to get my license” page on how to finish the process and obtain your Utah driver license: https://dld.utah.gov/readytogetmylicense/

If you are 19 years and older, driver education is not required.  You have two (2) options available for obtaining a Utah driver license:

  • Complete a driver education course. It allows you to avoid having to hold a learner permit for 90 days. If you choose this option, you will need to apply for a learner permit prior to taking a driver education course (learner permit process and entitlements listed above); or
  • Do not take a driver education course and you will need to hold a learner permit for 90 days (see learner permit process above) You will also be required to complete 40 hours of practice driving (including 10 at night)
Is a written test required to get a Utah Learner Permit?
  • You must pass a knowledge test consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions based on the Utah Drivers Handbook. A score of 80% is required. You must answer 40 out of the 50 questions correctly to pass the Utah written knowledge exam. Schedule your written test appointment here: https://dld.utah.gov/license-permit-idcard-cdl/learner-permit/
  • If you have been previously licensed in another state or country and you are applying for your first time Utah driver license you will be required to take a 25-question open-book test
  • You are allowed to take two (2) written knowledge tests in one (1) day. After three (3) attempts, you will be required to pay a second fee
How Do I Schedule My Utah Road Test?
Where Can I Find Information about the Driving Skills Road Test?

You can find Information about the Driving Skills Road Test here:

https://dld.utah.gov/driving-skills-test/

What are the Accepted Forms of Identification to Bring to the Utah DPS office to apply for a Utah Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License for the first time?

The required documents can be found here:

https://dld.utah.gov/required-documentation/

What is the Phone Number for the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) Driver License Division is 801-965-4437?

The Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) main phone number is: 801-965-4437

What is the email address for the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS)?

Email the Utah DPS Driver License Division here: https://dld.utah.gov/contact/

What is the Website for the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) Driver License Division?
Where are Driver’s Licenses and Learner Permits issued in Utah?

Utah DPS hours, locations and branch phone numbers can be found here: https://dld.utah.gov/office-locations-and-hours/

Does a Parent or Guardian Need to Take Me to the DMV for the written Learner Permit Test?

If you are under 18, you must have your parent or guardian’s written approval

Is a Vision Test Required before getting a Utah Learner Permit or Driver’s License?

A vision test is required to obtain a Utah Learner Permit and Driver’s License

Do I have to undergo a physical to obtain a Utah Driver’s License?

A physical exam is not required to obtain a Utah Learner Permit or Driver’s License

Do I Need to Provide a Driver’s License photo?

A photograph will be taken at the Utah DPS office

What are the Steps After Applying for a Utah Learner Permit?
  • If you are 17 or younger, hold your permit for 6 months and complete the driver’s education requirement
  • If you turn 18 while holding the permit, you can apply for your license without completing driver’s education
  • If you at least 19 years old, hold your permit for 90 days and also complete an additional 40 hours of practice driving, including 10 hours at night or you can complete the driver’s education requirement without having to hold the permit for 90 days and without completing the 40 hours of driving practice

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