• Do I have to complete a driver education course before being licensed in the state of Utah?
All individuals under 18 years of age must complete 40 hours of driving, six of which will occur during driver education. The remaining 34 driving hours, of which ten hours must be done during night hours, must be certified by a parent or guardian when they sign the minor’s application.
• What do I have to do at the DLD?
At the Driver License Division (DLD) every person must provide two forms of identification and two forms of proof of residency for living in Utah. The best two forms of identification are a certified birth certificate and a social security card (both originals, no photo copies). Your residency may be proved with such documents as utility bills in your name, Utah vehicle registration, bank statement, mortgage papers, major credit card bill, fishing or hunting license, and property tax notices.
• What do I have to do to pass the tests?
You must pass an eye exam where you must have at least 20/40 in at least one eye. You will have 3 attempts to pass the written test at the Driver License Division with a score of 80% or better. In the event that you do not pass your written test on your first attempt, you may attempt it again immediately. It is a 50-question, closed book, multiple choice and true/false test.
• What happens when I pass the tests?
Once you have passed your written test you will receive from the DLD a learner permit which is valid for up to one year and allows the student to operate a class D motor vehicle when the person’s parent, legal guardian, or adult spouse, who must be a licensed driver, is occupying the seat next to the person.
• What does TNT Driving School Provide?
- Class Time
- Drive Time
- Observation Time
- A Drivers Skills Test
- Defensive Driving
- Best Service and Training
- 4 Hour Driving