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Utah residents who fill out an application for a driving privilege will be asked a series of medical questions.
After completion of the application, further information may need to be collected from your healthcare provider. The Driver License Division collects this information by sending the Functional Ability Evaluation form, or the Visual Examination form to you.
You will need to take these forms to your healthcare provider, who will profile the category for the condition indicated. Based upon a completed Functional Ability Evaluation/Visual Examination, the Driver License Division may issue a license with or without limitations.
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The Functional Ability In Driving Guidelines And Standards For Health Care Professionals has been updated. However, the printed guidelines have not yet been updated or sent out. To view the current guidelines and standards, click here.
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Category B – Cardiovascular
Category C – Pulmonary
Category D – Neurologic
Category E – Seizures and other Episodic Conditions
Category F – Learning, Memory, and Communication Disorders
Category G – Mental Health
Category H – Alcohol and Other Drugs
Category I – Visual Disorders
Category J – Musculoskeletal Abnormality or Chronic Debility
Category K – Alertness or Sleep Disorders