What To Bring When You Take Your License Test

Graduated Driver Licensing: From the VT DMV

Vermont officials are well aware that even though teenagers only comprise 7% of all drivers, they account for 14% of all car fatalities. They also know that car accidents are the leading cause of death for young adults between the ages of 15 and 19. To help curb these numbers, the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) employs a stringent graduated driver licensing process for teenage drivers.

When applying for a learner’s permit or junior license, you’ll need to provide:

  • Proof of your ID, birth date and lawful U.S. presence with documents including:

    • A valid U.S. passport.

    • A U.S. birth certificate.

    • A valid foreign passport and current Visa/I-94 form.

    • U.S. Department of Homeland Security documents.

  • Proof of your Social Security Number, with:

    • Your Social Security Card.OR

    • A W-2 form

    • A Social Security Administration 1099 form.

    • A pay-stub that includes your SSN.

  • 2 documents that prove your Vermont residency, including:

    • Mail that includes your name and address.

    • Utility bills.

    • Rental agreements.OR

    • A parental residency affidavit and 1 proof of residency documents.

    • Proof of relationship.