If you are at least 15 and a half years old and have a valid learner permit or license of any classification, you may enroll in an approved motorcycle Beginning Rider Course (BRC). See "Why Enroll in a Beginners Rider Course"below for more information.
NOTE: By successfully passing the Beginning Rider Course you will be qualified to have a motorcycle learners permit endorsement HOWEVER, you cannot get your permit and legally drive a motorcycle until you are 16 years old.
When you reach16 years old, a temporary learner permit can be issued if you hold a valid Class D or Commercial Driver License and have passed the vision test and the required motorcycle written test.
To obtain your Utah motorcycle learner permit, you must complete the application process at a driver license office, and pay the fee.
If you are younger than 19 years old you must have a valid motorcycle learner permit for2 months before you can get your unrestricted motorcycle license.
NOTE: To have this 2-month restriction waived, you can enroll in and successfully completed a Beginning Rider Course. Proof of completion is required.
If you older then 19 years old and already have a Utah driver license,you will merely need to take the written and skills test to receive a motorcycle endorsement (or just the written test, if you can provide proof of completion of a motorcycle rider education course approved by the Driver License Division).