Driver License Division - Frequently Asked Questions - Miscellaneous
- Aren't you the DMV?
- Can I pay my traffic ticket at Driver License?
- Why do I pay a reinstatement fee to Driver License if I already paid the court fines?
- How can I obtain a certified copy of a driving record?
- Is there a certified 3rd Party testing program?
- How do I request a report of an accident?
- Learn about identity theft.
Click here, or contact your county assessor to register vehicles, determine vehicle taxes, or request forms for handicapped parking stickers. In Utah, unlike most other states, the DMV and Driver License are in different departments.
No; tickets must be paid at the court indicated on the ticket.
The court fines are separate from the reinstatement fee. When Driver License has withdrawn your driving privilege for any reason, a reinstatement fee may be needed in order to reinstate your driving privilege to "valid."
A certified record is a driving record that has been certified to be a true, complete and correct copy of the record as contained within the files of the Department of Public Safety. Certified records take 10 - 15 days to complete. Click here to get the form needed for a certified record.
Yes; if you are required to complete a road test in order to obtain a driver license, you may make an appointment with one of the certified 3rd Party Testers for your road test. Please click here for a list of the certified 3rd Party Testers.
You can fill out the DI-8 form and forward it on to Driver License. There is also a $5.00 charge for each copy of the accident report. Please click here for DI-8 form.
Learn about identity theft. Click here.[Last Update - Thursday, 11-Apr-2013 14:11:07 MDT]