In Vermont, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for issuing of learner’s permits. The state has implemented a graduated driver license (GDL) program, which is aimed at helping teenagers to become mere responsible drivers. Under the GDL program, you are requires to obtain a learner’s permit before you upgrade to your unrestricted driver’s license.
You will be required to practice driving under supervision while holding your leaner’s permit and ensure you have the skills and knowledge necessary to pass your road test.
You must be at least 15 years to apply for your learner’s permit. To apply visit your local Vermont DMV office and submit the following documents:
In addition to the above requirements, you will also need to pass a written permit test and a vision test.
While holding your learners permit, you are only allowed to practice driving under the supervision of an impaired, licensed parent or legal guardian who is at least 25 years. In addition, your supervisor must seat next to the driver seat.
You are eligible to obtain your Junior Driver’s License if you meet the following qualifications:
To apply, visit your local the Vermont DMV office and submit:
You will be eligible for an Unrestricted Senior Driver’s License after you turn 18 years old and have had a clean driving record for the past 6 months.
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