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New drivers fail the written driving test on their first try.


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A lot of first-time testers make the mistake of believing that if they simply study the Utah driver handbook, they will pass the permit test without problem. Those first-time testers don’t know that almost half of drivers fail their written permit test the first time they take it, and some fail it a second time.

The Utah driving test is 50 questions long, and the test questions are drawn from a list of hundreds. It is nearly impossible to predict which questions you will have to answer, and the driver handbook is long and detailed. Practice tests are a better form of active learning that will help you absorb the material quicker and more effectively, so that you can go straight from your driving test to the road.

What are the benefits of taking a Utah DMV practice test?

Take a few practice driving tests, and the actual driving test—all 50 questions of it—will feel less overwhelming. Aside from being a more active and engaged kind of studying, taking a practice test will make you feel more confident. In addition to covering all of the most important test information, the driver practice test mimics the format of the Utah driving test so that you can familiarize yourself with the presentation of the questions and answers.

There is no productive way to take a test if you are nervous and second-guessing your answers. In that headspace, even correct answers will seem dubious and your test will take you that much longer and be that much more confusing. With enough practice, you will be more likely to pass, and the testing experience will be less stressful if you know what to expect.

What is included in’s Utah drivers license practice test?

The Utah DMV practice test covers the basics of traffic signals and road safety, in addition to all the details you need to know about driving in poor weather and what the recommended tire tread is. Our driver license practice test is designed to make your testing experience as easy as possible, so it covers all major topics that can be on the official exam. Some examples of topics that may be on a driving test are:

  • What ages children need car seats.
  • The meaning of common road signs.
  • How quickly an airbag opens.
  • How much space motorcycles are allowed to take in a lane.

Did You Know? Less than half of new drivers get a passing score on the DMV written knowledge exam on their first try.

Utah Drivers License Test Rules and Requirements

The Utah driving test is an online test that persists of 50 questions drawn from the Utah drivers manual. Utah is one of the only states that also requires new drivers to take an additional written test before receiving their licenses. Our DMV sample test can be used to help applicants on both exams and studying from the same material for both tests will help you recall information quicker.

You must have a Utah learners permit for six months before applying for a license, so keep your permit test study guide to refresh your knowledge before your second test. Additionally, the learners practice test comes as a pdf file that you can use multiple times. Keep it after you obtain your permit so that you can use it again when you prepare to apply for your license.

How to Pass a Driving Test in Utah

The Utah DMV will allow you to take the driving test as many times as you need, but will only consider the test passed if you are 100 percent correct. The information from the online exam will be transferred to the DMV once you have received a passing score.

The test fee covers the first three testing attempts, but you will have to pay the fee a second time in order to take the test more than three times.

What is included in’s Utah drivers test study guide?

The Utah drivers test study guide is an excellent supplement to the official Utah Driver Handbook. State driver manuals are not always written clearly, so our driving study guide summarizes all the key points in simple and easy-to-understand terms. Additionally, our study guide includes images of road signs to help first-timer drivers learn what certain road terms mean. The study guide covers Utah’s laws on:

  • Traffic lights and signals.
  • The rules of the road.
  • Safe driving guidelines.
  • Pavement markings.
  • Turn signals.
  • How to drive in bad weather.

Our driving test study guide also includes driving tips for young drivers and important Utah road laws. This study guide is included with the practices test to help you tackle the most important parts of the Utah drivers manual and remember them when you prepare for your test.

How to Use’s Utah Drivers Permit Practice Test and Study Guide

The combined drivers practice test and study guide can be used multiple time to help you prepare for your permit test and your license test. Here are some of the best uses for both the practice test and study guide:

  • Save a copy of the practice test each time you fill it out and keep your old copies on hand.
  • Refer to your old tests to track which mistakes you make more than once.
  • Make notes on your drivers license study guide in order to find important information quickly.
  • Keep the study guide and practice tests nearby during the open book section of the permit test to help you find answers quickly.
  • Have a consistent study routine, and do not attempt to cram all your studying into the final night.

Free DMV Practice Tests in Utah

Utah does offer a free, 30-question online practice permit test to help new drivers prepare for their exam. However, this online practice test is timed, and you are only given a few seconds to answer each question. While a fast testing speed may force you to be decisive, it also does not allow much time to consider your answers.

While some other free practice driving exams exist online, first-time drivers should be careful to use only those that are specific to their state. While driving is mostly the same all over the country, each state does have its own specific driving laws. For example, it is illegal to use a cellphone and drive in Texas if you are younger than 18 years of age, but it is permissible for adults. However, it is illegal to use your cellphone at any time in Georgia no matter the driver’s age.

A generic learners practice test will not help you learn your state laws or prepare you for your state’s driving test. While free, generic tests may be useful as a general study tools, but first-time drivers should not rely on them too heavily for testing prep.

How to Schedule a Drivers License Test in Utah

You can schedule the DMV driving test appointment to apply for your drivers license on the Utah state government webpage. The website will ask you to schedule your county and the DMV location that is nearest to you, and choose a time from the days that are open for appointment. You can schedule an appointment anywhere from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Most driver testing locations will allow you to schedule an appointment one hour before close at the latest, but you may like to leave yourself more time to complete your test, present your documents and take your photo.

Once you schedule your appointment, the online form will request your contact information, date of birth, address and name. You will receive an email confirmation after you schedule the appointment.

Note: The online appointment schedules the time for your written test, but you will need to call a local DMV office in order to schedule a road test.

What to Bring to a Driving Test in Utah

At your drivers license appointment, you will need to present proof of your identity, pass the written exam, pass a vision exam, take the road test and then take a photo. If you are younger than 18 years of age, you will need a parent or legal guardian to go with you to the DMV. You will also need:

  • Your Social Security Number.
  • One proof of your identity:S. Passport, birth certificate, certificate of naturalization or certificate of citizenship.
  • Proof of address (may be addressed to legal guardians of minors): Bank statements, court documents, mortgage or rental agreements, credit card bills, property tax notices, utility bills or vehicle registrations.

Utah DMV Driving Test Fees

There is a $19 Utah DMV driving test fee. This fee covers three testing  attempts within one year. If the applicant waits longer than a year after paying the fee, he or she will be required to pay the same fee a second time.

A $19 fee can also be paid to renew a Utah driver learner’s permit, should you need additional time to prepare for your road test.

Last updated on Monday, March 2 2020.

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