Do I have to take drivers ed or driver training to get a Vermont driver license? Vermont

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Driver Training Requirements for a VT Drivers License

Drivers ed is only required for teen driver license applicants younger than 18 years old. The course must be approved by the DMV for your drivers education completion certificate to be recognized. Before enrolling confirm with the DMV that the class meets state approval. 

Vermont Driver License Requirements (18 and Older)

You'll need to first pass vision and written tests. To prepare for the written license test, study Vermont's drivers manual. All questions are based on its text. You can obtain a manual from any DMV location, or by downloading from the DMV website.

After studying, you'll next want to take at least one practice test. These exams flourish online, allowing you take as many as needed until you feel test-certain.

When you arrive for the tests, be sure to have:

  • Proof of Vermont residency.
  • Proof your of Social Security number.
  • Proof of identity and place and date of birth.
  • Cash or a check or money order to pay all applicable fees.

Taking the Vermont Driving Test

When you arrive for your driving test, be sure to have:

  • A working vehicle.  
  • Another licensed driver, if applicable.
  • Your insurance identification card.
  • Your vehicle's registration certificate.

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