WHO issues driver's license in Utah?
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Likewise, how do I get a Utah driver's license?
How to Get Your Utah Driver's License
- Step One: Get Your Permit. If you're 16 or 17, you'll need to have your learner permit for at least six months before you can get your Utah driver's license.
- Step Two: Take a Driver's Education Course.
- Step Three: Take Your Behind-the-Wheel Exam.
- Step Four: Visit the DMV.
- Step Five: Follow All Teen Driving Restrictions.
Additionally, what services does the Driver License Division provide? There are many services provided by the Driver License Division:
- Issuing Driver License and Identification Cards online and in-person.
- Issuing Driving Privilege Cards and Limited-Term Licenses.
- CDL and Motorcycle endorsements.
- Online appointment scheduler.
- DUI and points hearings.
- (MVR) Utah driving records.
Just so, how do I transfer my driver's license to Utah?
If you have a valid driver's license from your previous state, you'll need to transfer it for a UT driver's license once you become a resident of the state. You'll need to visit your local UT DPS office in person, surrender your out-of-state driver's license, pay the fee, and provide any other required documents.
Is my license suspended Utah?
To determine whether you have a suspended license in Utah, request a copy of your driving record from the Driver License Division. The driving record, known as a Motor Vehicle Record, gives you information about any citations, arrests, suspensions or revocations you've received in the past three years.