Learner's permit in Vermont
How to get your learner's permit in Vermont
Before being able to apply for your driver's license, you will have to first obtain your learner's permit.To obtain your Vermont learner's permit you must follow a few guidelines.
How to obtain a Vermont learner's permit:
- Study the Vermont driver's manual, you can download a copy online or pick up a hard copy at your local DMV office.
- You must have a parent or legal guardian sign your learner's permit application if you are under the age of 18.
Fill out your Vermont learner's permit application and bring it to you local DMV office along with the following:
- ID (two proofs)
- Your Social Security card.
- The learner's permit fee of $15 and the exam fee of $25.
You will be given a written knowledge test and an eye screening at the Driver License Center.To avoid long lines you should call ahead and make an appointment for you exams. To make an appointment simply call (802) 828 2085. After passing both exams, you will then be issued your Vermont learner's permit.
When you drive with your Vermont learner's permit you will have to always be accompanied by someone 25 year of age or older and have a valid driver's license. They must sit in the passenger seat next to you at all times.
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