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These practice tests are good for the permit test, driver’s license test and the senior citizens’ refresher test. The written part of those tests at all Vermont DMV locations is the same.

Vermont Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my VT Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • At what age can I apply for my Vermont license?

    You must be at least 15 years old before you’re eligible to get your learner’s permit.
  • What documents should I have when I go to apply for my learner’s permit in Vermont?

    You should bring the following when you go to apply for your Vermont learner’s permit:
    • Learner’s Permit Application with parent’s signature (if under 18)
    • Proof of Residency
    • Proof of Identity
    • Social Security Number
  • Where’s the nearest place to apply for a driver’s license in Vermont?

    The best place to go for your driver’s license is to a Vermont DMV location. Find the complete list of office locations here.
  • How can I contact my nearest Vermont DMV location?

    Here’s a list of Vermont DMV locations. You may also reach them at 802-828-2000.
  • Who should bring me for my permit test in Vermont?

    Your parent or legal guardian should bring you if you are under 18 years old. They must sign your application.
  • Does Vermont require a physical in order to get a permit?

    A physical is not required.
  • Is a vision test necessary when I go for my Vermont driver’s license?

    Yes, you must pass a vision test.
  • Where do I go to get my Vermont driver’s license picture taken?

    You will have your picture taken at the DMV the same day. Make sure you look your best!
  • What’s next after I apply for my Vermont license?

    Once you’ve applied for your Vermont license and have gotten your permit, you will have to prepare for the road test.
    • If you are older than 18: You may apply for your license whenever you’re ready.
    • If you are under 18: You must hold your license for at least a year. You should get 40 hours or more of behind the wheel training. You should also have your driver’s education certificate.
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