Driver Education

Relating to driver training and education.

Sharing the Road with Slow Moving Vehicles

A slow-moving vehicle, such as a tractor or other piece of large farm machinery is unable to travel at highway speed. It is identified by an orange and red triangular sign mounted on the rear of the vehicle. These signs help motorists recognize the vehicle ahead more quickly. The sooner you can identify a slow-moving vehicle the more time you have to respond by reducing your speed. Slow-moving vehicles may make wide turns at unmarked entrances to the right or left of the roadway. Some farm equipment is wider than the road itself.

3-Wheeled Motorcycle Driver Training

The following is a listing of approved 3-Wheeled motorcycle driving programs. Students successfully completing an approved 3-Wheeled training will be exempt from the required skill test to obtain a 3-wheeled motorcycle endorsement. Students will still be required to pass the knowledge examination in order to obtain an endorsement. For information regarding tuition, schedules and other details, please contact the schools directly.

  • Capital Area Motorcycling School, Inc.

Hudson Valley Community College

(518) 629-7339

Driver's Manual - Interactive (DriveVT)

Welcome to our innovative web-based Learner Permit training, DriveVermont.

Getting your permit is an exciting time. Now it is educational, easy to follow and enjoyable. Study when it's most convenient for you at your own pace using our web-based training tool.

CDL Instructor Qualifications

All applicants:

  • Must hold valid CDL license
  • Must pass CDL written examinations: General, Air, Combination, Tank, Doubles and Triples, and Hazardous Materials
  • Must pass written test based on CDL driver training materials and state rules and regulations
  • Must pass complete CDL skills tests

In addition to the above applicants who will be providing training in passenger vehicles:

Standard Driver Training (Pleasure car type)

Applicant has a teaching certificate not endorsed for driver education:

 

Keene State College – Manchester, NH

The Safety Center program is conducted several times a year. Contact the college for scheduling specifics. Information can be obtained by calling 603-358-2290. The program may include the following courses:

  • Introduction to Traffic Safety
  • Methods of Teaching Driver and Traffic Safety Education
  • Contemporary Issues and Methods in Traffic Safety

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Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05603-0001

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