Utah Driver License Division will waive the driving skills tests for military veterans applying for a CDL who meet the licensing qualifications, been honorably discharged in the previous 90 days and have operated a CMV during the immediate 2 year period preceding discharge.
- The applicant must complete the CDL-ST WVR page 1, and the last commanding officer must complete the CDL-ST WVR page 2;
- Provide a DD214 or discharge papers showing evidence of honorable discharge within the previous 90 days;
- Provide a copy of a DA348, AF2293 or other equivalent document verifying certification for operating a commercial motor vehicle; and
- Pass all required knowledge testing
The transfer of school bus (S) and/or passenger (P) endorsements under this waiver program are prohibited.
If the applicant did not operate a vehicle with air brakes or a manual transmission an air brake restriction and automatic transmission will be added to the Utah CDL.
In order to remove these restrictions the driver will need to complete the driving test in a representative vehicle.
An applicant who is 21 years or older applying for a Utah driver license, or any applicant who is applying for a Utah ID card has the option of adding a VETERAN indicator to their certificate upon providing acceptable proof of honorable discharge from the U.S. Military. A veterans indicator can only be added to your license or ID card when applying in person at one of our offices.
Proof would be DD214 or for WWII Veterans, a Record/Notice of Separation is required.
Helpful links for those wanting to obtain their DD214: