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Vermont Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

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Getting a Vermont Driver's License: What You Need to Know

Getting a Vermont driver's license means you must meet certain age requirements as well as pass a test for driving competency and knowledge of road and traffic signs. All drivers will need to obtain a standard license before being granted a commercial or motorcycle license.

Getting Your License in Vermont

Those who want to get a standard driver's license in Vermont will need to be at least 18 years of age and pass the required exams. For those under the age of 18, it's important to go through the graduated license program, which begins at the age of 15. Once a learner's permit has been used for six months, a junior license can be obtained. When you are ready to get your license, you will need to provide the following:
  • Proof of name and age
  • Social Security Number
  • Fees for the required tests, including written and practical exams

How to Pass the Vermont Written Exam

It is recommended that you view the Vermont Driver's License Manual prior to attempting the written exam. The manual will cover driving laws as well as road and traffic signs found on the road. Traffic signs are intended for various types of drivers, so you will be required to know what each of them are and what you are required to do when you see the signs. If you have taken a Vermont road sign practice test, you will likely feel more comfortable with taking the exam and have a higher chance of passing on the first try. The knowledge test includes a total of 20 questions and you must answer at least 16 correctly. If you fail, you must wait at least one day prior to re-testing.

The Vermont Agency of Transportation Road Sign Practice Test

It is suggested that you take the Vermont Agency of Transportation Traffic Sign Practice Test. This online Vermont traffic sign practice test is available at no cost and gives you the opportunity to assess your knowledge of driving laws and signals. Over 50 different traffic and road signs will be included. The free test provides 25 randomly selected questions for you to practice with. You can take the test as many times as you like in preparation for the actual exam at the DMV.

Vermont DMV Sample Test Questions

Near a controlled intersection, this white rectangular sign with black lettering and symbol indicates that:
  • There is a pedestrian crosswalk.
  • It is recommended to stop behind this location.
  • Parking allowed.
  • You must stop behind indicated mark when traffic light is red.
This black, rectangular sign with a white arrow and black lettering means what?
  • Traffic may ONLY go in this one direction.
  • Traffic is advised to go this direction unless it's clear.
  • Turn on your headlights and proceed with caution.
  • You can drive the opposite direction if in reverse.
This rectangular sign with black text on a white background signifies what?
  • Road closed.
  • Posted speed limit.
  • Merge.
  • Bus lane.
This rectangular sign, with red background and white text, can supplement what common traffic sign?
  • Work zone signs.
  • Prohibited parking signs.
  • Speed limit signs.
  • All intersection directions that have stop requirements.
This red 8-sided traffic sign with white text is telling you what?
  • Yield.
  • Wrong way.
  • School zone.
  • Make a full stop.


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