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  1. I have a scooter/motorcycle permit. Will I be required to pass the Scooter Basic RiderCourse written test to pass the course?

    ... Yes, the Vermont Rider Education Program and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation require students to pass the Scooter Basic RiderCourse ...

  2. What is the Vermont Motorcycle Awareness Program (VMAP)

    ... Awareness Program (VMAP) is a 4-hour basic motorcycle safety course for individuals interested in obtaining a motorcycle learner ...

  3. Electronic Logging Devices

    ... to demonstrate compliance and faster to share RODS with safety officials. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - ELD Rule ...

  4. Drivewyze PreClear

    ... at rates determined by the state of Vermont and based upon safety scores and other prerequisites. Drivewyze PreClear is not a ...

  5. Can a commercial truck driver carry a handgun in a commercial vehicle

    ... There is no Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation that prohibits a firearm from being possessed by a commercial ...

  6. I have a motorcycle permit. Will I be required to pass the Basic RiderCourse written test to pass the course?

    ... Yes, the Vermont Rider Education Program and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation require students to pass the Basic RiderCourse written and ...

  7. What are the Vermont Rider Education Program Experienced Courses?

    ... include riding exercises and discussions on motorcycle safety. Exercises practiced help riders hone their motorcycle skills including ...

  8. Vehicle Inspections

    ... Diagnostics (OBDII) examination as part of their annual safety equipment inspection. The OBDII examination tests the emission control ...

  9. Disqualification of Commercial Drivers

    ... In accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety (FMCSA) Regulation 49 CFR 383.51 , the following is an example of ...

  10. Permitting Rules

    ... The policy of the Department is to give consideration to the safety and convenience of the general public and the protection of the highway ...

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