Vermont DMV

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DMV Locations Near Me

About DMV Locations

In Vermont, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is part of the state Agency of Transportation. It provides services for vehicle registration, tax and titles, enforcement and safety, driver's licenses, state identification cards, and commercial services. There are DMV branch locations throughout the state. Additionally, some DMV services are available at participating Town Clerks' Offices. The days and hours of operation vary by branch, so check with your local office before you visit.

In order to title and register a vehicle in Vermont, you will need the title or Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin (MCO), the bill of sale, an odometer disclosure statement, and VIN verification, if the vehicle is not titled in Vermont. You must also complete an application and pay the fees, including the purchase and use tax. If you own the vehicle free and clear, the title will be mailed to you. If there is a loan on the vehicle, the title will be mailed to the lender.

Vermont issues five different types of driver's licenses and identification cards. You can apply for a Real ID license, Enhanced Driver's License, Driving Privilege Card, Commercial Driver's License, or Non-Driver Identification. Vermont's REAL ID driver's licenses meet federal identification requirements. To apply for a license, you will need proof of your identification, date of birth, Social Security number, residency, and citizenship or proof of legal status. You can apply for a driver's license in Vermont if you are at least 18, provide the required documentation, and pass the exam. For teen drivers, Vermont follows the graduated driver license (GDL) program. You can apply for a learner's permit at age 15 if you have parental consent and meet the requirements. If you are 16 or 17, you can apply for a junior driver's license. To receive a junior driver's license, you will have to hold a learner's permit for at least one year and meet the coursework and driving requirements.