2018 Utah Code
Title 41 - Motor Vehicles
Chapter 3 - Motor Vehicle Business Regulation Act
Part 2 - Licensing
Section 202.2 - Provisional license.

Universal Citation: UT Code § 41-3-202.2 (2018)
Effective 10/1/2017
41-3-202.2. Provisional license.
  • (1) As used in this section:
    • (a) "Provisional license" means a provisional version of a particular class of standard license.
    • (b) "Standard license" means a license that the administrator is authorized to issue under Section 41-3-202 for a class for which a principal place of business is required under Section 41-3-204.
  • (2) The administrator may issue a provisional license for any class of standard license the administrator issues under Section 41-3-202.
  • (3) A person may apply to the administrator for a provisional license using the same procedure described in this chapter and under other applicable state law for a standard license of the same class as the provisional license.
  • (4) Subject to Subsection (5), the administrator shall grant a provisional license to an applicant who:
    • (a) demonstrates that the applicant meets all of the qualifications described in this chapter and under other applicable state law for a standard license of the same class as the provisional license, except for the requirement that the applicant maintain a principal place of business as required by Section 41-3-204;
    • (b) complies with procedures established by the administrator; and
    • (c) pays a fee established by the administrator.
  • (5) In addition to demonstrating the qualifications described in Subsection (4), an applicant for a provisional license shall:
    • (a) submit to the administrator a site acquisition plan that describes the applicant's anticipated principal place of business; and
    • (b) demonstrate that the applicant's site acquisition plan describes a principal place of business that would comply with the requirements described in this chapter and under other applicable state law for the principal place of business of a licensee with a standard license of the same class as the provisional license.
  • (6) A provisional license does not allow a person to act as a licensee with a standard license.
  • (7) Subject to Subsections (8) and (9), once a person with a provisional license demonstrates to the administrator that the person meets all of the qualifications under this chapter and under other applicable state law for a standard license of the same class as the provisional license, the administrator shall grant the person a standard license of the same class as the provisional license without requiring that the person:
    • (a) submit an additional application; or
    • (b) pay an additional fee.
  • (8)
    • (a) A provisional license is valid for three months.
    • (b) The commission may extend the term of a provisional license for an additional three months at the commission's discretion.
  • (9) The commission may create application procedures for a provisional license in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act.
  • (10) The commission may require and determine the amount of an application fee for a provisional license in compliance with Section 63J-1-504.


Enacted by Chapter 124, 2017 General Session
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