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Learner Permit Test (Driver's License)

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How to obtain a Learner’s Permit
  1. If you are 15, 16, or 17 years old, you need your parent’s or legal guardian’s permission.
  2. Foreign exchange students must have a Foreign Exchange Parental Authorization Form, signed by a parent or legal guardian (host parent cannot sign). 
  3. It may take up to three weeks to receive your Learner's Permit by mail.

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To apply for a Learner’s Permit, an individual under the age of 18 must have maintained a “clean” driving record in the previous two years. If you have had any recalls, suspensions, or revocations, contact DMV as you may be required to serve an additional waiting period.

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Title ID# Description
Parent's Supervised Driving Guide
VN-007s
A guide for parents of young drivers. Web version here, http://www.eregulations.com/driving/vermont/