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  1. Ignition Interlock Rules - 18-029

    ... accuracy set forth in the current National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Model Specifications for Calibration Units. ... Interlock Devices adopted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration by a Notice in the Federal Register. A certification ...

  2. ​Administrative Rules

    ...  (DMV Rule 14) Rules for Motor Carrier Safety Standards  (DMV Rule 39) Rules for ...

  3. Vermont Route 9 Chain up Law

    ... than 26,000 pounds . Questions? Contact Enforcement & Safety Updates on current requirement: Twitter - @511VT  | Web -  ...

  4. Off-Road Vehicles - New Registrations

    ... for owners of ATVs and Snowmobiles Also see  SAFETY ON RECREATIONAL TRAILS ...

  5. Registering Your ATV

    ... on this website) please contact us. Also, see  SAFETY ON RECREATIONAL TRAILS ...

  6. Emergency Moves

    ... closed, the applicant must contact the Department of Public Safety, Central Communications Center, 802-244-8727, Waterbury, Vermont and ... description of the emergency.  The Department of Public Safety will contact the authorized official for the Department of Motor ...

  7. Dealer Bulletin #18-01 | Dealer Appraisal Form

    ... or similar brands. In an effort to promote highway safety and ensure only vehicles meeting Vermont emissions and safety standards are registered, the Vermont DMV has developed a new ...

  8. Prepare Your Vehicle For A Road Test

    ... brakes fenders bumpers directional signals safety belts defrosters No road test will be given in a vehicle that does not have safety belts. Emergency/parking brakes must be adequate to hold the vehicle ...

  9. Long-range transportation plan sets course for system investments

    ... that the priorities expressed in the plan include improving safety for all users of the transportation system, maintaining existing ... role.  Vehicle automation aims to increase highway safety and may increase overall mobility. Intelligent transportation systems ...

  10. Prepare for the Road Test

    ... or assembled after January 1, 1955, directional signals safety belts and defrosters are required on 1964 and later models. No road test will be given in a vehicle that does not have safety belts. Emergency/parking brakes must be adequate to hold the vehicle ...

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