Utah defensive driving courses provide drivers with extensive knowledge and techniques to practice safe driving habits. Residents may take a driver improvement class at a state-approved traffic school to remove up to 50 points from a UT driving record, dismiss the Approaching an Emergency Vehicle violation, or earn a car insurance discount. For more information regarding Utah defensive driving, click here.

Drivers education in Utah is provided by the Department of Public Safety for first-time drivers to take a course before being applying for a driver’s license. A first-time driver must enroll in a state-approved drivers ed course when they are at least 15, but not older than 19 years of age. For more information regarding Utah drivers ed courses, click here.

Utah Drivers Education

Utah teen drivers are required to meet certain requirements before obtaining a driver’s license. Drivers must be at least 15 years of age to complete a driver education course approved by the Department of Public Safety in Utah. They are also required to fulfill a cumulative total of at least 18 hours of high school classes including six hours of driving observation and six hours of behind the wheel instruction.

To learn more about drivers ed in UT, click here.

Utah Defensive Driving

The Utah Department of Public Safety requires drivers to complete a state-approved defensive driving class for the following reasons:

  • Court requirement.
  • Point reduction.
  • Car insurance discount.
  • Business and industry requirement.

If you enroll in a Utah driver improvement course, it must be a four-hour live course, taken in a classroom environment. Completing an online defensive driving class in UT does not require you to fulfill the four hours at once. You can always stop the session and continue later. Online drivers ed courses may help you get an insurance premium reduction, or further your education and knowledge about road rules.

Traffic school programs are offered all across the country, in each and every state. To find out what courses your state offers, click here.

Last updated on Thursday, December 21 2017.