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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ’s)

What is the minimum age to get a learner’s permit in Vermont?

You must be at least 15 years old to take the Vermont Learner’s Permit test

Where Can I find the Vermont Learner’s Permit application?

The Vermont Learner’s Permit application can be found and complete online here:

https://mydmvlearnerspermit.vermont.gov/lpn

What are the First Requirements to Drive in Vermont?

If you want to drive in Vermont and you do not have a license, you will have to get a Vermont Learner’s Permit. You must be at least 15 years old to take the test. You must also be a Vermont Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in a Vermont Driver Education & Training

What are the Other Requirements to obtain a Vermont Learner’s Permit?
  • To apply for a Learner’s Permit, an individual under the age of 18 must have maintained a “clean” driving record in the previous two years. If you have had any recalls, suspensions or revocations, contact DMV as you may be required to serve an additional waiting period
  • If you are 15, 16 or 17 years old, you need your parent’s or legal guardian’s permission (unless you are an emancipated minor). A parent or legal guardian must sign the application before you can take the test
  • Your permit will be issued after you pass the vision and the knowledge tests, pay the required fees and show proper proof of identification and Vermont residency
When and Where can I drive with a Vermont Learner’s Permit?

With a valid Learner’s Permit, you may drive anywhere, anytime in Vermont if there is a licensed and unimpaired parent or guardian, or a licensed or certified unimpaired driver education instructor or a licensed and unimpaired individual 25 years of age or older riding in the front seat.

What is the minimum age to get a driver’s license in Vermont?

You are eligible for a Vermont Junior’s Driver’s License when you are 16 or 17 years old and meet all of the requirements

What are the requirements to get a Vermont Juniors Driver’s License?

All requirements to get a Vermont Juniors Driver’s License can be found here:

https://dmv.vermont.gov/LicenseNew/junior-drivers-license

The requirements to get a Vermont Juniors Driver’s License include:

  • A Junior Driver’s License is issued to persons 16 or 17 years old who pass the required examination
  • You must possess a Learner’s Permit for at least one (1) year prior to obtaining a Junior Driver’s License
  • Your parent or legal guardian must sign your application giving permission for you to be tested
  • Provide proof that you are a Vermont Resident or a Visiting Citizen of a Foreign Country with an authorized duration of stay with at least 30 days remaining
  • You will need documentation to establish identity
  • An individual must have maintained a ‘clean’ driving record without any Learner’s Permit recalls suspensions or revocations for a six (6) month period prior to obtaining a Junior Driver’s License
  • Before getting a license, all 16 and 17-year-olds must have passed a state-approved driver education and training course consisting of 30 hours of classroom study, 6 hours behind the wheel training, and 6 hours of observation
  • In addition to the hours indicated above, you must complete 40 hours of driving practice, with at least 10 hours being nighttime driving. Nighttime driving is considered driving during the period of 30 minutes after sunset, to 30 minutes before sunrise
  • A person may take a road test if their Learner’s Permit has not been expired more than 3 years and has been renewed prior to the exam. If it has been expired more than 3 years a written exam would be required before the road test can be given
How long must I possess a Vermont Learner’s Permit prior to obtaining a Junior Driver’s License?

You must possess a Learner’s Permit for at least one (1) year prior to obtaining a Junior Driver’s License

What documents are required to apply for a Vermont Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License for the first time?

Applicants must provide documentation from each of the 4 categories below:

  • Identity and Date of Birth
  • Social Security Information
  • Vermont Residency and Current Address
  • Lawful Status in the United States (Only required for Real ID & EDL)

The document requirements can be found here:

https://dmv.vermont.gov/licenses/identity-documents

What are the Phone Numbers for the Vermont DMV?

The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles main phone numbers are:

  • 802-828-2000
  • Toll-Free: 888 99-VERMONT (888 998-3766)

The telephone directory for Vermont’s Department of Motor Vehicles for Driver Licenses is located here: https://dmv.vermont.gov/contact/phone-numbers

What is the Website for Vermont’s Department of Motor Vehicles?

Vermont’s main DMV website is: https://dmv.vermont.gov/

Where can I make an appointment to visit a Vermont DMV office?

You can make an appointment to visit a Vermont DMV office online or by phone:

https://dmv.vermont.gov/mydmv/schedule-an-appointment

Vermont DMV Appointment Phone Number: 888-970-0357

What is the Vermont DMV email address?

You can contact and send an email to the Vermont DMV here:

https://dmv.vermont.gov/contact/general-information

What is the website for Vermont DMV online services?

The website for Vermont DMV online services is: https://dmv.vermont.gov/mydmv

Where are Driver’s Licenses and Instruction Permits issued in Vermont?

Vermont DMV office locations can be found here: https://dmv.vermont.gov/locations

Does a Parent or Guardian Need to Take Me to the written Permit Test?

If you are 15, 16 or 17 years old, you need your parent’s or legal guardian’s permission (unless you are an emancipated minor). A parent or legal guardian must sign the application before you can take the Vermont Learner’s Permit test

Is a Vision Test Required before getting a Vermont Driver’s License?

A vision test is required prior to issuance of a learner's permit when you appear for your written examination

Do I have to undergo a physical to obtain a Vermont Driver’s License?

A physical exam is not required to obtain a Vermont Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License.

Do I Need to Provide a Driver’s License photo?

A Driver’s License photograph will be taken at the Vermont DMV office

What are the Steps After Applying for a Vermont Learner’s Permit?

If you are at least 18, you can apply for your regular Vermont Driver’s License whenever you want

If you are under 18 years old, After Applying for your Vermont Learner’s Permit and pass the permit test, you should:

  • Get driver’s education completed if you are 16 or 17 years old to get a Junior License
  • You must get at least 40 hours of driving practice
  • Prepare for your road test
  • Hold your Learner’s Permit for at least a year before getting a Junior Driver’s License

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