UTAH DRIVER LICENSE REQUIREMENTS AT-A-GLANCE:
Minimum Age for Learner Permit 15 years
Learner Permit Holding Period 6 months (if under age 18)
Minimum Age for Driver License 16 years
Road Test Yes
Minimum Amount of Supervised Driving 40 hours, including 10 at night with a qualified supervising driver (i.e.—an adult who’s at least 21 years old who holds a valid driver’s license, and is approved by your parents/guardians to supervise your driving)
Unsupervised Driving Rules Anyone under the age of 17 may not drive in Utah unless accompanied by a qualified supervising driver even if you hold a valid license from another state. Exceptions to this rule is if driving to/from a school-sponsored activity, work, or on a farming/ranching assignment
Passenger Rules If you’re under 18, during the first six (6) months after receiving a Class D license, you may not drive with any passengers other than immediate family members unless an adult who’s 21 or older and has a valid driver’s license is in the vehicle
Driver Education Requirements All first-time driver license applicants must complete an approved driver education program, such as the one offered by DriverEdToGo.com-Wright Driving School, before being licensed in Utah.
HOW TO GET YOUR UTAH DRIVER LICENSE STEP-BY-STEP:
1

Complete driver education

2

Practice for the written Learner Permit Exam using our free practice tests

3

Find a driver license office and schedule an appointment for the written exam (you may also simply show up but you may have to wait some time)

4

Take the Learner Permit Written Exam

5

Practice driving with your learner permit

6

Take driving exam


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