**A-1 student/parent: We are aware of and monitoring the situation with COVID-19. In keeping with Governor Herberts directive and our commitment to health and safety, we will not be holding classroom until it’s safe to resume. We are recommending an online course at this time as we are uncertain when classroom sessions will resume.
Area main offices (Cottonwood Heights, American Fork and Ogden) have opened with limited office hours. Other locations office hours will remain closed for now. We have begun limited driving sessions at all locations. Please check Drivetime or call your area main office for more information. Facemask are required for all students and instructors. All students will be asked to wash their hands and use hand sanitizer before training. Student temperature will be taken with a non-contact thermometer prior to training. Thank you for your understanding and patience. We will be ready to accommodate all services as soon as it is safe to do so! **
The Following information appears on the Utah Driver License Webpage:
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Driver License Division offices will be processing as follows:
- A person may apply for a learner permit by clicking the Test Scheduler Call Back Form tab above. An appointment must be scheduled to take the written knowledge and driving skills test. Please review the required documents information prior to appearing for the appointment.
Provisional License (under 21)
- If both the written knowledge and driving skills test has been previously completed, call the Call Center at 801.965.4437 or 888.353.4224 or the driving skills test number at the office nearest you to schedule an appointment.
To assist with your concerns:
- We have been notified that law enforcement will not be issuing any citations for an expired license during the pandemic situation.
- The Driver License Division will not require a driver to take a written knowledge or driving skills test if they renew their driver license within six (6) months of the expiration date, following the pandemic.
- This exception does not apply if your driver license was suspended or had more than four (4) citations in the previous 5 years.