You may be eligible for a full or partial refund of the registration fee under the following conditions:
Yes, a valid license is not required to register a vehicle.
No. Anyone can register a vehicle in the state of Vermont. You do not have to hold a Vermont License.
Note: No credit for taxes paid to other countries (only U.S. States and Canadian Jurisdictions)
You need to submit the following documents obtained from the dealer:
No, you may gift your personally owned vehicle to anyone you choose, but the plates belong to you and not to the vehicle. The new owner must apply for new plates and registration under their name.
You can update your address on file in just a few minutes with DMV Express. You can also choose to update your voting address. (Please note that updating your voting address is not immediate and may take 4-6 weeks.)
What you'll need:
Yes. The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles accepts credit cards for transactions at all locations. An additional fee may apply.