Do I need to make an appointment to apply for a VT driver license? Vermont

Appointment Requirements for a VT Drivers License

The DMV recommends making an appointment for the written license test and the driving test. Appointments are not, however, mandatory. DMV offices will accept walk-ins if the schedule allows.

To make an appointment call Central Scheduling at (802) 828-2050.

Preparing for Written License Test

Before arriving for the 20-question written test, you'll need to prepare by studying the state's drivers manual. All test questions are directly based on the manual, including hazardous driving conditions, interstate driving, and road sign recognition. You can obtain a manual from any DMV location, or by downloading from the DMV website.

After studying the manual, you'll next want to take at least one practice test. These online exams feature questions similar to those found on the actual permit test, allowing you to accurately assess if you're test-ready.

Taking the Vermont Driving Test

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

  • A working vehicle.
  • Another licensed driver, if applicable.
  • Your insurance identification card.
  • Your vehicle registration certificate.
If you pass you'll receive a VT driver license.

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