Vermont Permit Practice Test
Cruise the streets of the Green Mountain State when you pass your VT permit test on the first try! Our FREE online Vermont permit practice test is the proven study tool you need to prepare yourself quickly and easily to pass your knowledge exam. Expertly designed by professionals in both testing efficiency and state driving laws, you’ll get real questions and answers you can expect to see on your permit test, taken right out of the VT driver’s manual.
Our free Vermont practice test is structured like the actual DMV permit exam. You’ll get 25 multiple-choice questions that are state-specific and regularly reviewed for accuracy, ensuring you have the most up-to-date info at your fingertips. The multiple-choice format also helps you build neural pathways to quickly recognize the correct answer in a real exam environment. As you go through your practice test, you’ll get detailed explanations in real time. A thorough review at the end of your test shows you exactly which topics you need more studying on, so you don’t waste time on those you already know well.
Take this test as many times as you want (after all, it’s free!) to track your progress and gauge when you’re ready for your Vermont permit test. You can even study while waiting in line at your appointment!
Vermont Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What questions are on the Vermont permit test?
The Vermont DMV written knowledge exam will test you on questions based on the VT DMV driver’s license manual. You should be prepared for questions on Vermont traffic and speed laws, right-of-way rules, driving safety measures, emergency procedures, and more.
Does this practice test include the same questions I’ll see on the DMV permit test?
Our free Vermont permit practice test pulls information directly from the VT DMV driver’s manual, which is also where the Department of Motor Vehicles takes its questions from. The Vermont DMV may switch up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.
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.