How To Renew Your Utah Drivers License

Is it time to renew your drivers license? We've collected helpful information, including instructions and links, to save you time when renewing your drivers license in Utah. Select from the options below to get started.

1: Get Started with Online Application Services

Online application assistance can simplify the process for many DMV related services for a fee, including: renewing your license, applying for a license, registering a vehicle, replacing your license, changing your address and more. In addition to the free forms and general instructions available from the DMV offices or websites, you will receive value added products such as a comprehensive Easy Guide™ containing information relevant to your service needs. Where possible, we will prepare your DMV forms and/or provide links to DMV online services. You will also receive 30 days of both emergency Roadside Assistance and the Repair Assist consultation service from Road America. In addition, you will be able to take advantage of a free membership to DMV Advisors, a state-specific help desk prepared to answer any driver-related questions or concerns you may have. Other benefits include an ongoing monthly newsletter and a quarterly magazine covering important updates that affect drivers, important safety tips, trends, legislative updates and ways to save money on vehicle-related services.

2: By mail, if eligible (read below for instructions)

Some drivers prefer to handle the renewal process by mail, rather than taking advantage of assistance services, visiting the DMV in person, or via available online services. Service by mail is available with limitations. Read below for additional details or visit your local DMV.

3: Via a local DMV office

If you prefer to access DMV services in person or your specific needs require an in-person visit, most, if not all, driver license services can be handled at a physical DMV office location. Varying DMV offices sometimes supply different types of services so you will need to check before your visit to make sure the DMV closest to you provides the service you require. In addition, you can call to see if your local DMV allows you to make a personal appointment. Read more below to see if an in-person visit is either preferred or required.


 

Renewing Your Utah Drivers License

If you are trying to renew your Utah drivers license, the first thing you should do is make sure you have the proper documents at hand. Most people will have to renew their license in person, but somemay be able to renew their Utah license by mail. Here are the steps you must follow:

  • Print and fill out the application, which is available online
  • Bring required documents (see below)
  • Visit the local driver’s license office
  • Take picture for license
  • Pass vision test and complete medical questionnaire

Required Documents

Three types of verification are needed to renew your license:

  • Proof of identity
  • Proof of legal status
  • Proof of Social Security
  • Proof of Utah residency

Identity and Legal Status:

  • Valid passport
  • Certified copy of Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Citizenship
  • Regular Utah driver’s license or CDL

Social Security:

  • A signed Social Security Card (This is the only option for renewing a CDL.)
  • W-2 form
  • SSA-1099 form
  • Pay stub showing the driver’s name and Social Security number

Utah Residency:

  • Bank statement
  • Court documents
  • Major credit card bill (dated with in 60 days)
  • School transcript

Tests

In some cases, a renewal applicant must complete a 25-question test. The driver must take the test if he or she meets any of the following conditions:

  • Four citations in five years
  • A suspended or revoked license
  • A driver’s license that has been expired for more than six months

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