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Replacement

Refers to a document issued to replace a lost, misplaced, or damaged license, ID, registration, title, etc.

Replacement License

Used to make changes (name change, address change, etc), get a new picture, remove a restriction (eye glass) or to replace a lost or stolen license or learner permit. For CDL use form VL-031.

Replacement Commercial License or Permit

If your Commercial Driver's License or Permit has been lost, stolen, or destroyed you may apply for a replacement.  

How to Obtain a Replacement CDL

Commercial Driver's License holders must apply in person at a Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Office. You must complete the CDL Application (form #VL-031) and submit it together with the appropriate fee and identity documentation.

See Identity Documentation Requirements »

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FAQs

My registration, license or title has not arrived yet. What should I do?

Please be advised that you must notify the DMV within 60 days of issuance if you do not receive your registration/license/title. If DMV is not notified within this timeframe, the purchase of a replacement may be required.

Use our contact form here 

I lost my license. How can I find my license number?

Call us.

Contact your insurance company or bank. 

Check an old expired license.

Your employer may have a copy on file.

What is needed to get a replacement license or learner permit?

Complete the Replacement License Form (see below) and submit it to the DMV together with any appropriate fees. If you are applying for a replacement license/permit in person you must also be prepared to provide proof of identification.

What is needed to get a replacement vehicle registration certificate?

Complete the application for a replacement registration (form #VD-040) and submit it to this Department with the appropriate fee