As long as you do not become a VT resident, you are allowed to drive with a valid out-of-state license for as long as you like.
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Vermont Driver's License
If you are not a VT resident, you can drive with your out-of-country license for up to one year, after which you will need to obtain a VT Driver's License. The same is true if you become a VT resident any time before that. Question Category
New drivers and inexperienced drivers (especially teens) have a higher risk of being in an accident so insurance companies often charge more to cover this potentially risk.
You must renew your VT Driver's License by mail or in person.
No. You don't have to take another vision test.
If your license is still valid, you do not have to take the VT Driving Exam. You will need to replace your out-of-state license with a Vermont Driver's License within sixty days.
No. Out-of-state Learner's Permit are not valid or recognized in Vermont.
The documents that you will need vary depending on the insurance company to which you apply. Generally, insurance companies want you to submit proof of your identity, your driving record and information about the vehicle you would like to insure.
The price varies depending on your age, your driving history, your car class and other factors.
If you fail the VT Driving Exam, you will not receive your VT Driver's License. You will be able to retake the exam after a week has passed, however, you should not rush retaking it after you have failed. You should pay attention to what your examiner indicates as your weaknesses, and you should work upon improving your driving skills.