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Please read the Frequently Asked Questions if you have questions about our programs. If you have further questions, please email info@wrightdrivingschool.com or call 801-209-2328. Support hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. excluding holidays.

  • Do I need a permit to take Wright Driving School’s drivers education class being held at my school?
    • No, you can take the class or complete the online course without a driver’s permit.
  • How many road driving sessions do I need to qualify for a driver’s license?
    • The state of Utah requires three drives total that include driving and observing during each session.
  • Will there be other students in the car when I drive?
    • Yes, as part of your driver education, the state of Utah requires you to observe other students driving with a state certified instructor.
  • When do I drive on the freeway during the course?
    • We give driving instruction on the freeway during your second road drive.
  • What do I need to know for my final road test?
    • On your third, and final drive, our instructor will go over the maneuvers students will be asked to demonstrate for during their road test.
  • What do I need before signing up for road drives?
    • A driving permit and 15-20 personal driving hours with parents or adults (Actual road driving hours, not just those spent in a parking lot).
  • After the road drives are completed, do I nee to take a final written test in addition to the road driving test?
    • Students need to take the online quiz on dld.utah.gov  “Traffic Safety and Trends Exam” in addition to the road driving test.
  • I finished the online course, do I need to take a test?
    • Yes. Please call us at 801-209-2328 and schedule a written exam to complete and get credit for the online course.
  • Do you offer private driving lessons if I need extra help?
    • Yes. Please call us at 801-209-2328 and we will schedule you with a private instructor.
  • I’m over 19-years old, do I still need to take drivers ed?
    • No. You need to obtain a driving permit by taking the written test, waiting 90-days, then taking a final driving test. If you are pressed for time and don’t want to wait 90-days, you can take our online drivers ed program and complete the three road driving sessions to expedite the process.

Online Utah Driver's Ed Course

The Utah driver’s ed online course offers students a fast, convenient, and easy way to satisfy the driver’s education classroom requirement. You must sign up before you can log into your account.

This course only costs $50!

Register for the Online Course
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