VREP Site Locations

23 January 2017
Addresses and directions to Vermont Rider Education Program (VREP) training sites

Vermont License Plates

13 November 2018
A listing of all Vermont license plate types with brief information on cost and requirements to obtain

After successfully completing the Basic RiderCourse how do I get the motorcycle endorsement added to my license?

Pre-enrolled students successfully completing the course will have the motorcycle endorsement added to their Vermont license at the end of the course. Students added to the course on a standby basis will have a completion card mailed to them in about 10 days. These students must take the completion card to a Department of Motor Vehicles office to have the motorcycle endorsement added to their Vermont driver’s license.


Can I use my own helmet?

Yes, 3/4 or full-face helmets meeting Department of Transportation (DOT) standards for motorcycle helmets can be used during a course. A motorcycle helmet meeting these requirements will have a DOT sticker on it. If you do not have a proper helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course.


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