An application for any original license, provisional license, or endorsement shall be made at the DLD on a form furnished by the DLD.
All applicants applying for an original, duplicate, or renewal driver’s license, driving privilege card, or Utah identification card must furnish proof of identity, fingerprints, a photograph, proof of social security number or ITIN, proof of legal/lawful presence, evidence of name change, if applicable, and if address is different than the address on one’s current Utah record, two proofs of Utah residence address (not more than 60 days old).
Regardless of age, permit applicants must be enrolled in driver education and license applicants must complete driver education. Effective July 1, 2012, license applicants age 18 and younger must have completed driver education but applicants age 19 and older do not have to complete driver education if they have held a learner permit for three months before applying and certify that they have completed at least 40 hours (with 10 at night) of practice driving.
The application for a license shall contain: the applicant’s full legal name, birth date, sex, social security number, and a brief description of the applicant; a statement of whether the applicant has previously been licensed to drive a motor vehicle and, if so, by what state or country; the applicant’s signature; and the mailing and residential address of the applicant.
The application form must be accompanied by proof of the applicant’s name and birth date by at least 1 of the following means: current driver’s license; birth certificate; Selective Service registration; or other proof, including church records, family Bible notations, school records, or other evidence approved by the DLD.
When the DLD issues a new driver’s license, the applicant is assigned a distinguishing number. A photograph of the licensee is required.
The licensee shall have his license in his immediate possession at all times when driving a motor vehicle.