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An applicant who has never been licensed (anywhere), regardless of their age, must obtain a Utah learner permit in order to complete a driver education course and obtain a Utah Driver License.

If an applicant is 17 years of age or younger when they apply for their learner permit, they must hold the learner permit for six months before applying for a driver license.

However, if the applicant turns 18 during the holding period, they may apply for their driver license upon turning 18.

The six-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.

Required Documentation

Identity and Legal/Lawful Status Verification (must provide one)

Social Security Verification (must provide one)

Utah Residency Verification if different than current Utah Driver License record (must provide two)

AND - Proof of Driving Experience required for first Utah license (not required when obtaining a learner permit)

If you are in the United States legally but not a U.S. Citizen, U..S. National or Permanent Resident Alien, you must provide the following documentation to obtain a Limited-Term Driver License, Limited-Term Learner Permit, Limited-Term Identification Card, or Limited-Term Commercial Driver License:

Identity and Legal/Lawful Status Verification (must provide one)

AND

Social Security Verification (must provide one)

Utah Residency Verification if different than current Utah Driver License record (must provide two)

AND - Proof of Driving Experience required for first Utah license (not required when obtaining a learner permit)

If you are an undocumented Immigrant in the United States, you must provide the following documentation to obtain a Driving Privilege Card (DPC) or Learner Permit:

Identity Verification

And one of the following:

Social Security Verification OR Individual Tax Identification Number (must provide one)

Utah Residency Verification if different than current Utah Driver License record (must provide two)

AND - Proof of Driving Experience required for first Utah license (not required when obtaining a learner permit)

Beginning on August 1, 2006, the division, upon receiving an application for a learner permit, may issue a learner permit effective for one year to an applicant who:

The learner permit entitles an applicant that is younger than 18 years of age to operate a regular Class D motor vehicle only if:

The learner permit entitles an applicant that is 18 years of age or older to operate a regular Class D motor vehicle only if:

An application and fee for a learner permit entitles the applicant to not more than three attempts to pass the knowledge test (written) for a regular Class D license within one year. After 3 failures, you will be required to pay an additional fee.

An applicant is eligible to obtain a regular Class D driver license from the division upon:

  1. reaching the age of 16 years;
  2. has carried a learner permit for 6 months;
  3. has completed an approved driver education course or have proof of license from another state or country;
  4. passing the road test (driving) approved by the division;
  5. completing 40 hours of driving (10 hours at night) which parent or legal guardian must sign off; and
  6. pay the nonrefundable fee for an original or provisional Class D license application

If the person signing for minor is not the natural parent they must show legal court documents.

Example: A mother can sign for financial responsbility for son or daughter's license, but a step-father cannot come in and sign for financial responsibility or sign off on the 40 hours of driving without legal court documents.

To obtain a Driver License in the State of Utah, you must be 16 years of age.

If you are under 18 years of age there are a few requirements that will need to be met before receiving your privilege to drive.

Once you have met these requirements, you are ready to take on the road with some restrictions.

When applying for a Utah driver license, your privilege to drive cannot be suspended, revoked, disqualified, or denied in another state.

After all requirements for a license have been successfully completed, you will receive a temporary photo license on the same day. The completed license will then be mailed to you in approximately three weeks.