No. Name changes must be done in person at a DMV office location.
You are required by law to notify the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles within 30 days of any change to your address or name.
Change Your Name
You must apply in person in order to have your name changed on your license or non-driver ID card. To obtain a corrected license, please provide the following documentation:
You must present your Social Security card or a letter from the Social Security Administration indicating ineligibility to receive a Social Security number (SSN).
If your Social Security card is not available, one of the following forms may be used in its place:
If your name is different than the one shown on your birth certificate or other document used to establish identity and date of birth, you must provide certified copies of the legal documents that connect the name on the document used to establish identity and date of birth to your current name. The following documents are acceptable.
Court-ordered name change
The title to be changed must contain owner information that matches the owner information on the current vehicle registration. You must complete a registration application form (form #VD-119) providing an updated vehicle odometer reading and updated owner information. Each individual currently listed on the title must sign on the back of the title (as "sellers") and fill in the name of the "buyer(s)". If there are two owners you must indicate the relationship of the two owners.