The Utah Motor Vehicle Code deals with titles and registration, dealers and franchises, financial responsibility, minors and vintage and off-road vehicles. The code also includes Utah Traffic Laws covering such topics as one-way streets, speed limits, driving under the influence and traffic control signals.
Utah DUI law puts drivers at risk of being charged with two crimes—driving while under the influence and driving while over the limit, meaning a blood alcohol level of .08% or more. This strict law may convict drivers not over the legal limit with a DUI if they were merely impaired by drugs or alcohol. If you are convicted of a DUI in Utah, you can face jail time; community service; suspension of your driver’s license; treatment for drug or alcohol abuse; and an installation of a interlock device on your car.