The Vermont DMV Guide - Department of Motor Vehicles Instruction Center
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Title & Registration
The Department of Motor Vehicles Instruction Center
The Department of Motor Vehicles oversees driver services throughout the 14 counties in Vermont. The VT DMV manages permits & licensing, registrations & renewals, records, road tests, address changes, and everything else driving-related. There are 15 DMV offices are available in the state, giving you many options for all your driving needs.
DMVConnect is an easy way to connect with the Vermont DMV.
We understand it’s difficult and confusing navigating DMV information and requirements. We make it easy through our simplified DMV guides. Our hub shares Vermont DMV locations, information about forms and fees, contact details, and so much more.
Here is a quick overview of what you’ll find in the Vermont driver services hub:
Vermont Driver Services & Information
Want to apply for your learner’s permit? Ready to get your unrestricted license? Or, perhaps need to process a vehicle registration while getting your title and tags? We have guides covering these items.
Need to find Vermont auto insurance? Want to set up a road test? We’ve got the details on how to make it happen.
Topics we cover include:
…and so much more.
Plus, we share helpful DMV tips and tricks to ace your tests, save time when gathering papers and other requirements before going to the DMV. We detail how to process most DMV items through their online portal or mail-in options, too.
Locate Local Vermont DMV Offices
There are many DMV offices throughout the state, but which one has what you need?
We’ve collected them all in our VT DMV directory.
Each DMV office page includes services offered on location, hours of operation, and contact details. You can browse VT DMV locations by listings or find one nearest to you through our search features.
Can’t find the information you’re looking for? We’re always updating our DMV hubs so keep checking back to see if your information is available.
Vermont DMV Appointments and More
Permits and skills tests are available through appointment only. Vermont’s ‘schedule an appointment includes a form you’ll file. Prepare your items and expect a confirmation within 2 days. Everyone else can try calling their local DMV for wait times and information.
All-in-all think of DMVConnect as your helpful guide through the DMV system. We’re building the best hub of Vermont driver services and tutorials on the Web. We hope we can either save you a trip to the DMV or at least make your next visit as pleasant as possible!