Sifting through information on how to get your license can be difficult from time to time. We broke everything you need to know down, in the most simple way possible, so you can find what you need easily and effectively. See the articles below for step by step processes, links to the driving manual, driving schools, practice tests, and more. If you want to get your motorcycling or boating license we have info for you too!
This page provides a list of on-site driving schools available in Vermont as well as information about available online driving school alternatives.
DMV.com offers Vermont specific DMV practice permit tests that help you prepare for your permit exam. We provide questions just like the vt DMV and a number of practice test options.
Download the VT driving manual free with driving rules and info needed for the DMV written test
Vermont residents need to apply for drivers licenses in order to legally operate a motor vehicle on public roads and highways in the state. The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has set several requirements that each driving license applicant must fulfill. These DMV license requirements include presenting several needed documents, paying the applicable fees and passing the Vermont drivers license exams.
Resources for VT traffic schools that help you learn effective driving techniques to make you a safer driver.
Guide to applying for a VT motorcycle license. Required ID, age limits, drivers ed, fees, driving restrictions, etc
Article discussing drivers ed in VT. When driver education courses are mandatory, benefits and costs, who offers classes, etc.
Most new drivers in Vermont are required to successfully complete a State-approved driver’s education program in order to obtain a Vermont driver’s license. In fact, for many applicants, the driver’s education certificate of completion is part of the actual driver's license application.
All you need to know about applications for your VT boating license / card / endorsement.
Vermont requires users to complete an approved boater safety course, and not a boating license. The regulatory authority for the course is the Vermont State Police. The course is mandatory for all boat operators born after January 1, 1974.
Vermont issues drivers licenses to residents who want to legally operate motor vehicles on a daily basis. However, to get learners permits (and then Vermont DMV licenses), minors need to meet specific requirements set by the VT Department of Motor Vehicles. Those requirements include passing a series of exams and presenting the necessary documents.
A resource for vermont CDL drivers, with trucking schools, application information, and more.
A resource for new drivers looking to get their VT drivers license and begin driving. DMV exam info, licensing levels and more