Use the Drivers License Reinstatement Fee Payment service to pay your reinstatement fees online. This is one step in the reinstatement process. Learn more about how to reinstate your suspended Driver's License here.
You will need your date of birth, Vermont Driver's License number (or personal identification number), and credit card number to proceed.
Your decision to obtain a Learner’s Permit or a Junior Driver’s License carries with it, one of life’s greatest social responsibilities. You are committing to: maintaining a safe operating vehicle that meets Vermont’s emissions standards, carrying liability insurance, and always obeying the rules of the road and adopting habits that eliminate driving distractions.
If you are on active duty, and a Vermont resident, the military extension validates your existing Vermont Driver's License for up to 4 years from the date it would normally expire. While it is necessary for the Department to send notice of all expiring licenses, such notice may be disregarded by you if you have obtained a military extension.
Every Vermont resident who operates a motorcycle on the highway in Vermont must hold a valid Vermont Driver's or Junior Driver's license with the proper motorcycle endorsement. However, the Commissioner may issue a restricted license to a physically disabled person for the operation of a 3-Wheeled Motorcyle.
All applicants applying for a motorcycle endorsement must hold a valid Vermont license. A fee is required each time an applicant takes the knowledge test. A fee is charged for each motorcycle skills test taken.
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles strives to keep mature drivers on the road as long as possible with a primary concern of safety to all. Whether you are a neighbor, family member, or concerned friend, you have an important opportunity to make the roads of Vermont a safer place to drive.
Medical Evaluation Report (form #VS-113) for Doctors to certify driver's fitness to drive.
If you live in Vermont and plan to drive in Vermont, you must obtain a Vermont Driver's License. A person who has moved to the state from another jurisdiction with a valid license from that state shall obtain a VT license within 60 days of moving to the state. In accordance with state and federal law, any person holding a commercial driver license from another state must transfer their commercial driver license within 30 days of establishing residency in Vermont.
Individuals under the age of 18 are subject to the provisions of Vermont's Graduated License laws, which are indicated below:
An individual 15 years of age or older may operate a motor vehicle if they hold a valid Learner's Permit and are accompanied by one of the following people (riding in the vehicle beside the driver):