Vermont Car Information

License Plates
You must obtain a Vermont vehicle registration upon establishing residency in this state. This must be done no longer than 60 days after moving to Vermont or if your out-of-state vehicle registration expires before the end of this 60-day period you must obtain a Vermont vehicle registration before it expires (whichever occurs first). Registration applications are available at any town clerk's office, your local police station, or the VT DMV. Information specific to drivers moving to Vermont is available here on the DMV’s website.

Driver's License
The time frames used when getting new license plates applies to driver's licenses as well. Everyone is required to take the written and vision tests. Your examiner may decide to have you take the driver's test at his/her own discretion. You must make an appointment with the Motor Vehicle Department to take the tests. In Chittenden County contact: Vermont Dept. of Motor Vehicles, 4 Market St, South Burlington, VT 05403, Phone: 802-828-2000.

Inspection
All Vermont motor vehicles must be inspected within 15 days following registration. Vehicles must show an inspection sticker as evidence of this inspection. Any local garage that is a certified inspection I station can handle this inspection. All inspections are good for one year.

Contact the VT Department of Motor Vehicles for more information

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