Real ID Driver License
To help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Division of Motor Vehicles ( DMV ) is asking the public to process renewals online. At this time, the DMV is not accepting appointments for vehicle renewals. Please use one of the following methods for renewal unless a visit to the DMV is absolutely necessary.
Welcome to the Utah Driver License Online Renewal You can renew your Drivers License , State Identification or Update your Address. The online renewal service is limited to license /ID Card holders who have already verified their identity with the Driver License Division after January 1, 2010.
All renewal applicants will need to take their identity documents (see below).. These include Proof of Identity, Proof of Lawful Status in the U.S. Proof of Social Security, and Proof of Utah Residency. Photocopies are not allowed. You must pass a Vision Exam and a questionnaire about your Medical condition.
According to Utah .gov, if you license or ID card expires after Oct. 1, 2020, you will get a new one in the mail with the new gold star indicator with the same expiration date as your current license or card. The Real ID Act established minimum security standards for state-issued ID cards.
Newfangled driver’s licenses with stars are REAL ID compliant, meaning that they are more secure than what were previously issued. The law is intended to create a national standard and make sure every state has a more secure driver’s license .
A vehicle that is 3 to 6 years old has a $110 registration fee. A vehicle that is 6 to 9 years old has an $80 registration fee. A vehicle that is 9 to 12 years old has a $50 registration fee. A vehicle that is older than 12 years has a $10 registration fee.
We accept Cash, Checks , Money Orders, and Credit Cards in all of our offices.
You may schedule an appointment by calling 720-295-2965 or by using the online scheduler.
You can renew your driver license up to six (6) months prior to the expiration date.
Utah law forbids driving a car on a highway in the state without first being licensed as a driver . A violation of this law is an infraction and carries a $200 fine. The driver is licensed but can ‘t find it when pulled over. Utah law requires that all licensed drivers possess their license while driving .
Utah Residency Verification Current mortgage or rental contract; Major credit card bill (dated within 60 days) Property tax notice (statement or receipt dated within one year); School transcript (dated within 90 days)
Maximum speed limits in Utah are the direct statutory consequence of Utah’s Basic Speed Law which states: A person may not operate a vehicle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the existing conditions, giving regard to the actual and potential hazards then existing.
Objective evidence that you have demonstrated an intent to establish residency in Utah , which may include any one of the following: Utah voter registration card. Utah driver’s license or identification card. Utah vehicle registration. Evidence of employment in Utah . Rental agreement showing your name and a Utah address.