The following vehicles are exempt from titling. However, these may be titled if the proper documentation and fees are submitted.
The primary purpose of a Driver’s license is to establish the holder of that license has the minimum skills required to safely operate a motor vehicle. Many entities have decided that this driving document can be accepted as proof of ID. The department does not have any authority to mandate that other entities accept our driving documents as proof of ID.
Note that Vermont is Real ID compliant. The Vermont Driver Privilege Card is Not Real ID compliant. See more on Real ID here.
In order to convert an old school bus into an RV/Motor Home you must meet the following requirement:
Vermont Law 32 VSA §8902(11) defines a “Motor Home,” it states:
The standard for stopping a vehicle in Vermont is “reasonable suspicion”. However, commercial vehicles are subject to inspection, upon demand, by an enforcement officer certified to inspect such vehicles.
You must register your fleet apportionally if the fleet travels in Vermont and any other IRP jurisdictions and: