Utah Admin. Code R512-309-3 - Eligibility Requirements

Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022

(1) The child has been placed in the home of a foster parent who is receiving a foster care maintenance payment from Child and Family Services.
(2) Obtaining a driver license is an objective of the Child and Family Plan that has been developed for the youth with Transition to Adult Living Services.
(3) The foster parent is willing to assume the responsibility for signing as the responsible adult for a foster care youth to receive a driver license under Section 53-3-211:
(a) the foster parent is willing to provide the minimum insurance coverage for the youth as described in Section 31A-22-304;
(b) the foster parent will sign a liability waiver if they do not sustain the automobile insurance; and
(c) the foster parent will ensure that the vehicle they have insured for the youth is in good operating condition.
(4) The foster parent has full knowledge that by signing as the responsible adult, the foster parent is jointly and severally liable with the minor for civil compensatory damages caused by the minor when operating a motor vehicle upon the highway as provided under Section 53-3-211.

The foster parent's liability may not exceed the greater of the minimum liability insurance policy limits established under Section 31A-22-304 or the policy limits of the foster parent's liability insurance policy issued in accordance with Section 31A-22-302 that were in effect when damages were caused by the minor's operation of a motor vehicle.

(5) The foster parent who signs the application of a minor for a provisional license must certify that the minor applicant, under the authority of a permit issued, has completed at least 40 hours driving in a motor vehicle, of which at least ten hours shall be during night hours after sunset.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R512-309-3
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2016-4 , effective 1/21/2016 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-07, effective 3/11/2022

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