Holiday Hours & Rutland CDL Skill Test Location move

Holiday Hours

  • 12/24/2014 - Montpelier office closes at 4:30. All branch offices close at 4:00. Mobile office hours unchanged.
  • 12/25/2014 - All locations closed Christmas Day
  • 12/31/2014 - Montpelier office closes at 4:30. All branch offices close at 4:00. Mobile office hours unchanged.
  • 01/01/2015 - All locations closed New Years Day
Rutland CDL Skills test | New Location | January 5, 2015

The Rutland CDL skills test site is moving to Foley Distributing, located at 280 Seward Rd effective January 5, 2015. The DMV office will be located inside of Foley Distributing, Inc.

The testing area is an empty lot on the right just before Foley’s parking lot.

CDL written test and all Non-CDL tests (written, road and motorcycle) will continue to be done at 101 State Place.  

Mission Statement

“With a commitment to excellence, the dedicated employees of DMV strive to provide the highest level of customer service through the administration of motor vehicle laws and the promotion of highway safety.”

Integrity, Accountability, Professionalism and Accuracy/Quality of Information are the DMV's Core Values.

 Robert D. Ide, Commissioner

802-828-2000 or 888-99-VERMONT (888-998-3766)

Safety Message

Drive Time -- Safety Tips for VT Drivers

Information, tips and reminders from VT State Police, VT Department of Motor Vehicles, VT Agency of Transportation, VT Sheriffs Association, and the AARP Driver Safety Program.

Good news! There have been fewer fatalities (40) on the roads of Vermont by mid-November this year than there were at this time last year (57) and the year before that (70). But tragically, we’ve been catching up lately, and many of those killed were not wearing safety belts. Could they have been saved, had they only taken a minute to buckle up? We will never know. But we do know that according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, seat belts are the single most effective safety device for preventing death and injury on the road, and can reduce the risk of death or injuries by nearly 50 percent in cars, and more in larger vehicles.

Vermont law requires ALL occupants of a motor vehicle to be restrained with a safety belt or federally approved child restraint system. Yet while 2013 usage increased slightly in Vermont, from 84.2% to 84.9%, compliance was still 2% below the national average and even our own state record of 87.3% in 2008. We can do better. And we should!