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Unsafe Driver Review


A family member, neighbor, or a concerned citizen who becomes aware of a physical, mental, or emotional impairment that may present a threat to an individual or others on the highways may submit a form to the Driver License Division. This form can also be used to report drivers who may be unsafe to drive due to frequent accidents, frequent disregard for traffic laws, or any driving actions observed which may affect driving safety.

When this form is submitted to the Driver License Division, the content will be evaluated. It may result in the driver being requested to appear at a field office to complete written knowledge, vision, and driving skills testing.  The driver may also be required to submit a Functional Ability Evaluation Medical Report form or a Certificate of Visual Examination form completed by their health care professional or vision specialist.

After the review exam process, the driver may be granted a restricted driving privilege or may have their driving privilege denied if they cannot meet minimum testing standards.

The form submitted must be notarized, and the identity of the person notifying the Driver License Division shall not be disclosed.  It may be a misdemeanor to knowingly give a written false statement (UCA 76-8-504.)

Click for the Unsafe Driver Review form.