Vermont Learner’s Permit Practice Test
Ready to hit the beautiful open roads of Vermont? Then it’s time to start studying hard for your permit exam, and our FREE online VT permit practice test is here to help. Using real sample questions and answers straight from the Vermont DMV, you’ll have the most accurate and state-specific prep tools you need to ace your permit exam, whether it’s your first try or your tenth.
Our testing and traffic law experts designed our free Vermont practice test to mimic the structure of your VT DMV exam, so there are no surprises on your actual testing day. There are 25 multiple-choice questions, and you need to answer at least 20 to pass. Any questions you miss will be flagged in real time and gathered at the end for you to review so you can make strategic decisions about how you continue your studying. You’ll also benefit from comprehensive explanations and access to DMV resources with each question, so you don’t waste time trying to search for it on your own. Best of all, this test is always available online and completely free! Retake it as many times as you need to feel over-prepared for your Vermont permit exam.
Vermont Learner’s Permit Practice Test FAQs:
How accurate is this VT permit practice test?
Our practice test was built using the exact same resource that the Vermont DMV uses to create its tests from year to year—the VT driver handbook. We use only the latest version of your driver’s manual and regularly review it for changes to ensure you’re getting the most up-to-date information based on recently passed Vermont traffic laws and regulations.
What’s the best way to pass my Vermont permit exam?
The best way to ensure you pass your VT permit test with flying colors is to attack your studying in two ways: by thoroughly and regularly reviewing the Vermont driver’s handbook, and then quiz yourself on what you’ve learned using our free practice test.
How do I earn my Vermont driver’s license?
To earn your Vermont driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. All drivers, regardless of age, must also first earn a learner’s permit, which you can apply for once you’re at least 15 years old. If you’re under 18 years old, you must hold your permit for at least 1 year and total at least 40 hours of supervised driving practice hours. Then you can take your road test and earn your junior license.
If you’re 18 years old or older, once you earn your permit, practice driving, and pass your road test, you’ll earn your full driver’s license.