This Utah DMV permit practice test, with multiple-choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Utah written knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license. Passing the Utah permit test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive driving practice tests with high-quality images. The study for this driver’s license practice test is completely free.
Every Resident of Utah who drives a motor vehicle on the highways (any public roadway) must have a valid Utah driver license or learner permit. If you are at least 15 years old, you may apply for a learner permit, if desired/needed. This permit will be issued when you have successfully passed the written, eye, physical, and mental fitness tests. The permit is valid for one (1) year from the date of issue.
Utah Permit Test: Reasons people fail
Do you know one of the main reasons people fail the Utah Permit Test is because they don’t know how to take the test? It’s like a student walking into a class to take a test, yet that student never went to the class. It’s like a chef being on a television cooking show contest, yet never cooking.
So, don’t be one of those people who fail the test because you didn’t prepare. Take some time to download the manual, read it, and study it. Then, contact us and practice taking the test.
Just as a chef would practice cooking, you need to practice taking the written driving test for Utah. But you don’t have to do it on your own. We know the test, and we know how to help you.
What do you need to know?
1. Colors and shapes of signs plus symbols on the signs
2. Types of road lines and what the lines mean
3. Who has the right of way at stop signs, 4-way stop signs, and at crosswalks
4. The speed limit in school zones, rural roads, neighborhoods, and on freeways
5. The penalties for driving while drinking, and for driving and texting
6. How to use a car seat in the car
7. What to do if you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights
Take some time today and learn all of those things. Don’t be the next person who wishes they had taken the time to practice before taking the test. Contact us, let us help. That’s why we are here.