Differences - Operator's License
Information About Operator Licenses
You must be 18 years of age or older to be issued an Operator's License.
This license allows a person to drive any noncommercial vehicle except a school bus or motorcycle. To drive a school bus or motorcycle additional examination(s) is/are required.
Who May Not Be Issued a New License or Renew an Existing License?
- A person whose privilege to operate a motor vehicle in any state has been suspended, revoked, or refused cannot be issued a license until such suspension, revocation or refusal has been terminated and the person has been officially notified in writing of reinstatement.
- A license cannot be issued to a person when the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles has evidence that such person either cannot or will not operate a motor vehicle without endangering the other users of the highway.
A person who is not a Vermont Resident, unless they are a visiting citizen of a foreign country with an authorized stay of at least 30 days remaining.