|Driver licensing agency
|Utah Department of Public Safety
Driver License Division
PO Box 30560
Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0560
Color vision requirement
|Each eye with/without correction
Both eyes with/without correction
If one eye blindother with/without correction
Absolute visual acuity minimum
Are bioptic telescopes allowed?
Minimum field requirement
Visual field testing device
Restrictions include daytime driving only where the speed limit <45 mph and radius limitations.
20/100 in better eye with restrictions.
120˚ horizontal and 20˚ vertical for an unrestricted license; 90˚ horizontal with restrictions.
Stereo Optical (DMV 2000)
Age-based renewal procedures
|Length of license validation
Renewal options and conditions
Vision testing required at time of renewal?
Written test required?
Road test required?
Vision testing required at license renewal for clients aged 65 and older.
In-person; mail-in every other cycle if no suspensions, revocations, convictions, and not more than 4 violations.
Only for clients aged 65 and older.
No, unless examiner feels the applicant’s ability to drive is in question.
|Permitted but not required.
Any physician or person who becomes aware of a physical, mental or emotional impairment which appears to present an imminent threat to driving safety and reports this information to the Department of Public Safety in good faith shall have immunity from any damages claimed as a result of so doing.
Driver is notified in writing of referral. License is suspended upon referral.
Will accept information from courts, other DMVs, police, family members, and other sources.
Not anonymous or confidential.
|Role of the MAB
MAB contact information
|The MAB advises the Director of the Driver License Division and recommends written guidelines and standards for determining the physical, mental, and emotional capabilities appropriate to various types of driving in an effort to minimize the conflict between the individual’s desire to drive and the community’s desire for safety.