Renewing your Driver License
If your driver's license is about to expire, you need to act now. Renewing your license before it's too late can save you a lot of time and money. Our staff has researched the driver's license renewal process for every state, so all the information you need is right here at your fingertips. Click "Continue" below to get started..
Renewing your license in Vermont
How to renew a license in Vermont
Driving with an expired license is illegal. You are required to always renew your Vermont driver's license when necessary. To renew your Vermont driver's license you have two options. You can renew your Vermont driver's license by mail, or by going in person to your local DMV office.
If your driver's license has been expired for over three years, you must pass the vision, road, and written tests over again.
To renew your Vermont driver's license by mail:
- Complete and sign your renewal notice.
- Complete a driver license application.
- Include a check ($40 for four years, $25 for two years).
Mail to the address below:
Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State St.
Montpelier, Vermont 05603-0001
Keep in mind your new driver's license will take about two weeks to come in the mail.
To renew your Vermont driver's license:
Visit any DMV office with:
- Your completed and signed registration renewal form.
- A completed driver license application (if you did not receive a renewal notice).
- Cash or check to pay your renewal fee ($40 for four years, $25 for two years).