Non-Driver Identification

A Non-Driver Identification Card for individuals who do not drive. Any applicant for a Vermont Non-Driver Identification Card must be a Vermont resident.

All Vermont residents, regardless of age, are eligible for a Vermont Non-Driver ID card. Applicants can apply for a Non-Driver ID card if a Vermont license is valid, suspended, revoked, cancelled, or expired.

How to Obtain a Non-Driver ID

All original issue (first time) Non-Driver ID Cards must be applied for in person at a DMV office with a completed form VL-17 and appropriate fees and documentation. License fees »

You will need documentation from each of the 4 categories below:

  1. Proof of identity and age
  2. Proof of lawful status in the United States
  3. Proof of Social Security Number
  4. Proof of Vermont residency and current address

Applicants under age 18 are required to have a parent/guardian sign the application for the Identification Card. Applicants that hold a valid driver's license, permit, or Non-Driver ID card from another state are only eligible for a Vermont Non-Driver ID card if they surrender their out-of-state card. Applicants that hold a valid driver's license from another country are eligible for a Vermont Non-Driver ID card and are not required to surrender their out-of-country driver’s license.

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Montpelier, VT 05603-0001

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