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Licensed by the Utah Department of Public Safety, in partnership with Joyce’s Driving School
  • Approved by UT Department of Public Safety
  • 100% Online no classroom required
  • Fun microlearning videos and interactive games
  • Our courses were proved to reduce collisions
  • Free Practice tests
  • Guaranteed to pass
  • Proof of completion in 30 minutes

How do I get my Utah Driver's License?

1
Read the handbook
First you need to read the Utah DMV Handbook. You can get the online version or download the PDF. It is available via English and Spanish on the Utah DPS Website. Once you have completed the application you will be directed to schedule a learner permit appointment for your visit.
2
Get a drivers license
Complete the driver license application online.
3
Take an approved Drivers Ed course (required for ages 15 – 18)
This will help prepare you not only for the written test and driving test, but also for the road ahead of you behind the wheel. Our course is trusted by driving schools, parents, and the UT DPS. Get started today with our FREE EXPRESS REGISTRATION.
4
Take the free practice test
Once you have completed the application you will be directed to schedule a learner permit appointment for your visit.
5
Ace your written test!
Get 24 out of 50 multiple choice questions correct on the Utah driver license test to pass. The good news is you get unlimited attempts until you pass.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my UT Driver’s License?

First You need to get a permit.

The best way to start is by reading the UTAH DPS Handbook. It is available via English and Spanish on the Utah DPS Website. Then take the free practice test.

You must be at least 15 years old to apply.

You will need to bring a few documents with you to your local Driver License Center when applying:

Bring proof of identity (name and date of birth).

Bring social security card.

Bring two (2) documents of Utah residence address.

Submit a nonrefundable fee of $19.00.

You will take a photo upon arrival.

You will also take an eye test while at the Driver License Center. If you wear glasses, do not forget to bring those!

Second, you hold your permit for 6 months.

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. 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.

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

Third, get your full Driver’s License

Take the Road Test.

You can schedule your road test online via the DPS website or schedule a state-approved third party to administer the test here. You may also complete it through your Behind-the-wheel training provider.

FAQs

Is your Utah Drivers Ed program licensed by the state of Utah?

Yes, we are licensed by the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) and are an online curriculum provider for Joyce’s Driving School. You do not have to go to Joyce’s Driving School to do our online driver education course. Once you complete the driver’s ed course, we will email you a certificate of completion. Can you imagine a cool driving school and Drivers Ed without the hassle?

Who can take this online Utah course?

If you are 15-18 years old, living in Utah, and are applying to get your learner’s permit before you turn 18, then you can take this online Drivers Education course. We can point you in the right direction for driving school also. Take a drivers ed course that covers all the bases and get your education from the best!

We also offer our classes to adults aged 18 and up. You don’t have to be a teen to enroll in our entertainingly comprehensive driving program. We’ll offer you a fun learning experience either way. If you’re currently out of town in Arizona or a different state, you can still register. As long as you’re a Utah resident, our course qualifies you for official documentation in that area. Our website also has classes for that territory for those who live in Arizona visiting the Grand Canyon state.

Can I take online Drivers Ed before I have a permit?

Yes, you can. Once you have completed the driver license application online, you can enroll in a driver education course (not required for ages 19+).

What do I bring to the Driver License Center for my permit?

Make sure you bring your proof of identity (name and date of birth), social security card, and two (2) documents of Utah residence address.

How long is your Utah Drivers Ed course?

Per Utah state requirements, the online Drivers Education course is 30 hours, just like all classroom courses. You can log in and out of this online drivers ed course as often as you like.

Do I have to complete the online course on one device?

No. You can use multiple devices, and switch between devices as often as you like for this Utah course.

When will I receive my Certificate of Completion?

You can immediately download your Drivers Education course diploma after you have completed the course. Your completion will also be reported to the Utah DPS for you within 24 hours of completing your course.

Are there any additional fees?

There are no other fees for our online drivers education course. Next steps include taking a 6-hour behind the wheel training course. That cost varies depending on the school. It can be $200.00 to $600.00.

Can I drive alone with a permit?

Yes, you can! Each age group has certain regulations, so we recommend you review our FAQs below or on the DPS website.

Where do I take my driving test?

You can schedule your road test at a nearby Driver License Division online via the DPS website or schedule a state-approved third party to administer the test here. You may also complete it through your behind-the-wheel training provider.

When do I need to complete this online driver education course by?

The DPS requires that you complete the course as a requirement to obtain your full license. However, you can complete this online drivers education course at your own pace; there are no due dates.

We’d like to emphasize that other states have different qualifications. Driving students in other territories have limitations on when they can complete their classes. The reason we’d like to make that clear is in case you suddenly need to move and have to be a driver in a different state. For more information on another territory, you can visit those FAQs on our website. We know that our students are busy with their high schools and jobs, so we let them take their time at their convenience. Our classes can do that because Utah doesn’t have laws restricting the hours or days for completion.

What do I do next? How do I get my full unrestricted license?

If you already have your learner’s permit and are under the age of 17, you must hold your permit for 6 months. Once you have completed this, you can schedule your road test online via the DPS website or schedule a state approved third party to administer the test here. You may also complete it through your behind-the-wheel training provider.

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.

What are the restrictions on a learner's permit?

If you are 15, 16, or 17, 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 you are 18 years old, 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.
  • Allows for other passengers in the vehicle.
  • Learner permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession.

If you are 19+ years old, 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.
  • Allows for other passengers in the vehicle.
  • Learner permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession.