The following is a list of conditions that will allow you to register your vehicle exempt from payment of the Vermont Purchase and Use Tax:
A vehicle owned or leased by the government
You will be required to submit proof of government ownership.
A vehicle owned or leased by a religious or charitable institution
These groups must submit the following documentation:
A Vermont resident may apply at any time to the Commissioner to obtain an “exempt vehicle title” for a vehicle over 15 years old.
Issuance of Exempt Vehicle Title upon Request
DMV will issue an exempt vehicle title if the following criteria are met:
- The applicant pays the applicable fee
- The applicant is the owner of the vehicle
- The applicant is a Vermont resident
- The vehicle is not subject to any liens or encumbrances
Before issuing an exempt vehicle title, all of the following are required:
The following vehicles are not considered commercial motor vehicles. Operators of these vehicles are exempt from Commercial Driver’s License requirements: