Utah
Driving Practice Test

Our Utah DMV practice tests are designed to help you prepare for the Utah driving test as you work your way towards earning your driver’s license. There are several steps to take before earning your Utah driver’s license however, that includes passing your permit test, a licensed driver’s training course, hit your minimum number of hours as a permitted driver and then pass the Utah driver’s knowledge test as well as the road skills test. Yes, this sounds like a lot, but when you live in a state with as much ground to cover as Utah, you’ll certainly want to earn your driver’s license to make your way around. To make sure you pass your test on the first try, you can use the free Utah driving practice tests on this site to help you brush up on your knowledge of Utah’s driving laws and help you identify road signs. If you’re looking to gain your Utah CDL or Utah motorcycle license, we have practice tests to help you study for those exams as well. Please feel free to take our Utah DMV practice tests as often as you like as you prepare.

You will be presented with 25 questions and you must answer 20 questions correctly to pass.  There is no time limit.  You may not go back once you answer a question.  Click the “Start Quiz” button below to begin.  Good luck!

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How To Get A Utah Drivers License

In Utah, if you’re younger than 19 years old, you must follow the guidelines required by the graduated driver’s license program. You must be 15 years old and apply for your learner’s permit. Once you have applied, enroll in a driver’s education course. Bring a parent or guardian and have them co-sign your application, along with a financial liability form. You have to bring proof of birth, Social Security number, and residence. There is a vision test and a written 50 question knowledge test, and you have to get at least 40 questions correct. There are alternate arrangements like an oral exam, and interpreters available.
If you fail your written test, you can retake it as many times as you need with an additional $7.00 fee. There is a $15 non-refundable permit fee that must be paid as well. Next, enroll and complete a driver’s education course. You will also have to drive and document 40 hours with an adult who is over 21 years old and whose license is in good standing. Out of the 40 hours, 10 of them must be at night.
You can obtain your unrestricted license once you’ve turned 16 years old, had your permit for a minimum of 6 months, completed your driver’s education course, and completed your driving hours. You will have to pass the Traffic Safety and Trends Exam, and get a 100 percent. You can retake this test as many times as you need to pass without any extra fees. You have to bring proof of your completed driver’s education course, proof of residence, your social security card, your driving log, and your application. There is an additional vision test you have to take, as well as a road skill driving exam if you haven’t taken it through you driver’s education class. The final step is paying the $30 licensing fee.
If you’re new to the state, you have to surrender your old license at the DMV and pass a written and vision test. Show proof of residence, your social security card, and your old license. You also have to take the Traffic Safety and Trends Exam and pay a $25 fee.

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How To Pass the Utah Driver’s License Test

It can be nerve wracking taking the written knowledge portion of the driving test for the first time. Even if you know the correct answers your nerves might make you second guess yourself and lead to less than stellar results. Follow these tips to help you perform your best on the big day.

  • Read the state driving manual cover to cover. There’s no better way to familiarize yourself with Utah’s traffic laws and road signs than the current year’s state manual. Take notes as you read and become extremely familiar with it.
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  • Take Utah practice permit tests and Utah practice driving tests! Between reading the manual and using practice tests like the ones on this site, you should have your bases covered in terms of the knowledge you need to pass the written knowledge test. If you find there are questions you struggle on, refer back to the driving manual.
  • Do everything possible to show up comfortable and relaxed. This means get a good night’s sleep, wear comfortable clothes, and leave early to make sure you’re not rushing to make it to your test. Simple things like these can make all the difference between passing and failing and reducing your pre-test anxiety.

Additional Information

Utah Department of Public Safety Driver’s License Division

To apply for a Utah driver license, or any other questions you have about motor vehicles or licensing, you can find more information on the Utah DLD website at https://dld.utah.gov/.

Phone: 801.965.4437

To find Utah Department of Public Safey DLD hours and/or the location nearest you, use the branch locator on their website here.

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