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DMV Services in Vermont

If a Virginia resident needs a tag, title, registration, or license, they must go to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Two types of offices of the department can be seen across the state.

DMV Locations

Visit one of the standard DMV offices if you need a tag, title, registration, or license. Offices have different operating hours and provide different services. To find out if your local DMV has what you need, contact them.

You must visit a CDL and Motorcycle Test location if you need to take a CDL or motorcycle test. You must make an appointment for tests and arrive on time.

Types of Licensees

Vermont offers three different types of licenses. You can acquire a Real ID, which complies with all federal requirements established by the Real ID Act. Although the Privilege Card does not comply with the Real ID Act's requirements, you can obtain one without showing proof of U.S. citizenship or legal presence. The Enhanced license also complies with Real ID requirements. You can use it to enter Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Bermuda.

With online services, you can:

  • Renew your registration
  • Request a duplicate registration
  • Change your address
  • Pay your license reinstatement fee
  • Look up your vehicle records

The online service offered by the DMV is free. You pay the same amount that you would pay in person.

The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Contact Information

Use the mail or one of the phone numbers to get in touch with the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.

Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles

120 State St.

Montpelier, VT 05603-0001




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