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Almost half of applicants fail their drivers permit test the first time and some even fail it a second time. If you are eager to get on the road and start driving, use a permit practice test to prepare for your driving exam. By making the best use of your study time, you will ace your permit test on the first try. More engaged study increases both information retention and understanding, and practice tests are a great way to increase your chances of passing your first permit test.
Did You Know? Less than half of new drivers get a passing score on the DMV written knowledge exam on their first try.
What are the benefits of taking a Vermont DMV practice test?
Using a DMV.com learners permit practice test makes you five times more likely to pass the Vermont driving test because our practice test is meant to mimic the format of the official driving test and cover all of the important questions a student should expect. Like the official test, our practice test draws questions from Vermont driving laws and the state driver’s manual. Furthermore, practice tests are good for students because they help:
- Build confidence. Nothing sabotages a test-taker like nerves, especially when the stakes are as high as whether or not you will qualify for a learners permit or license. Take a practice test a few times to get more comfortable with the testing process and the material.
- Organize studying. If you cannot say exactly what you know or how well you know it, a DMV permit practice test is a good way to get a sense of which topics you no longer have to study and which ones you should spend more time on. Take the test the first time before you start studying to see how you score, and then track your results as you come back to the questions you repeatedly answered incorrectly.
What is included in DMV.com’s Vermont drivers license practice test?
The DMV.com practice test is a comprehensive, 50-question practice test that covers a selection of common Vermont driving test questions and answers. The material covers topics such as:
- Road signs meanings.
- The details of the Vermont Implied Consent Law.
- The penalty for failing to yield to an ambulance.
- The cell phone usage laws in Vermont.
Additionally, the Vermont practice driving test comes with a useful study guide that covers the important details of the state drivers manual. Check your answers against the answer key, and then use the study guide to learn more about the driving test questions and the laws that inspire them.
Vermont Drivers License Test Rules and Requirements
The drivers test in Vermont has 20 multiple choice questions, each with four answers. An applicant must answer at least 16 correctly in order to pass. It is possible for new drivers to take the test multiple times, but there is a wait period between attempts.
There are also audio driving tests available for applicants who have reading difficulties. A Vermont DMV employee will read the written exam to the applicant and provide a visual road signs test. To use this option, new drivers must schedule an oral exam. Drivers may also schedule themselves for a computer test with an audio track. Additionally, applicants who need help with foreign language are allowed to use a dictionary or bring their own translator.
How to Pass a Driving Test in Vermont
Like the information in the DMV study guide, the Vermont driving test is straightforward. To pass, memorize state driving laws and terms, and learn at least the basics of public courtesy and safe driving. All of this information is quizzed in the Vermont DMV sample test, and will also appear on the official test.
The Vermont exam will test new drivers on safety laws, road signs, public courtesy and how to navigate driving situations. For example, test-takers should know:
- How to drive through a four-way stop sign.
- At which ages children must sit in booster seats.
- How to drive in a school zone.
- The standard speed limit on open highways in Vermont.
What is included in DMV.com’s Vermont drivers test study guide?
The DMV.com driving test study is an easy-to-read explanation of the key points of the Vermont manual. The study guide is completed with detailed graphics of road signs, traffic signals, lane markings and safe driving habits. It is an excellent supplement to the almost 100-page state manual. Where the manual becomes dense or confusing, the study guide can be used to review the important information new drivers should expect to see on the drivers test.
The DMV.com drivers test study guide covers topics such as:
- Traffic lights and signs.
- The rules of the road.
- Safe driving guidelines.
- Pavement markings.
- Turn signals.
- How to drive in poor weather.
- The official use hand signs on the road.
How to Use DMV.com’s Vermont Drivers Permit Practice Test and Study Guide
Increase your chances of retaining the information you need for your drivers test by combining the Vermont driving practice test and study guide with the Vermont drivers manual.
To make the best use of the DMV.com study guide and practice test, try:
- Using the study guide and practice test as examples to craft your own quizzes.
- Using the DMV.com drivers license study guide as a driving diary. Write your driving experience next to the plain-language information in the study guide to help yourself connect abstract information to real experience.
- Using the DMV.com learners permit practice test multiple times, and track your progress. Keep a chart of your progress and your timing.
Free DMV Practice Tests in Vermont
Vermont does not have an online practice permit test, but it does have an online driving simulator, Drive Vermont. This simulator is meant to help students learn to drive as they study for their permit, and it contains questions and scenarios that are similar to those that will appear in the permit test. The simulator comes with a tutorial and informative videos.
There are other free DMV online practice tests, but students should be careful to avoid generic DMV tests. While driving is relatively the same across the country, a driver taking a permit test is expected to know the specific laws of his or her state. Students should be careful to use a practice test tailored to their state, which is why DMV.com’s study guide is composed based strictly on Vermont law.
How to Schedule a Drivers License Test in Vermont
Vermont will only permit applicants to take a road or skills test by a DMV driving test appointment. No walk-ins are allowed. Plan ahead for your appointment time, because it takes the Vermont DMV two business days to email you an appointment confirmation. Additionally, have a selection of appropriate days and times in case your first choice is already booked.
To schedule an appointment, you may apply online or by phone. The online portal is available through the Vermont DMV website and allows you to select the date, time and kind of test you wish to take. If you prefer, you may also schedule an appointment by phone.
What to Bring to a Driving Test in Vermont
Your drivers permit practice test will prepare you for a driving test. However before you take your test, you must apply for your permit and present all the necessary paperwork. In Vermont, applicants are required to have a completed Vermont drivers permit application, proof of their Vermont residency, their social security number and proof of identity. Applicants younger than 18 years of age are required to have a parent or guardian’s legal permission, and foreign applicants younger than 18 years of age must have a valid Foreign Exchange Parental Authorization Form. The Foreign Exchange authorization must be signed by a legal parent or guardian, a host parent is not legally allowed to sign. A complete list of the documents that will be needed is:
- Social Security Number: Social security card, W-2 form or 1099 form.
- Completed Vermont Driver License and Permit Application.
- One Proof of Identity: S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, U.S. Consular Report of Birth Abroad, Identification card that matches federal Real ID standards, Certificate of naturalization, Certificate of citizenship, Valid permanent resident card, Employment Authorization or a foreign passport and valid U.S. visa.
- Foreign Exchange Parental Authorization Form (if applicable).
- Two Proofs of Vermont Residency: two pieces of mail with the current name or street address, recent utility bill, lease or landlord statement, property tax bill, homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policy or a Vermont EBT card.
Vermont DMV Driving Test Fees
The learners permit fee is $20. This fee does not include the $32.00 drivers test fee in Vermont or the additional $19 fee for the road skills test.
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The DMV.com Vermont Study Guide and Practice Test are the No. 1 study resources for beginner drivers. The Study Guide simplifies complicated sections of the Vermont Driver’s Handbook, while the Practice Test gives you plenty of chances to prepare for the official written driver’s exam. Not to mention that by incorporating these tools, you will learn the traffic rules in and out – and in half the time.