The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles has 11 locations throughout the state. Find the one closest to you on the map or the list provided below and click on the name of the Vermont DMV office to find out more about that particular DMV location. The information listed will help you get in touch with the Vermont DMV location as well as provide you with details regarding office hours, holidays and available payment methods and services.
The DMV in Vermont handles all issues related to driver- and vehicle-related services. The services most commonly provided at the Vermont DMV locations include obtaining, replacing and renewing licenses, learners permits and IDs, in addition to changing and updating personal information on DMV documents. Furthermore, the DMVs in Vermont handle vehicle registrations, transfers of vehicle ownership, CDL and motorcycle testing as well as issuing CDLs and motorcycle licenses.
Making an appointment with the Vermont DMV is only mandatory for CDL road exams. However, even if you are not required to make an appointment before heading out to your local VT DMV office, doing so will help you complete the process much faster as scheduled appointments are given priority.