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Let’s get ready for your Vermont DMV Permit Test

This Vermont DMV practice exam has been updated for 2022 and includes 20 questions from the official 2022 VT Driver Handbook. To receive a learner’s permit in Vermont, you must be at least 16 years old and have never held a driver’s license. To get an 80 percent score, you must get 16 out of 20 questions right. The Vermont Driver’s Manual contains all the knowledge you need to pass the exam. To get a learner’s permit, you must pass a vision exam, provide evidence of identity and Vermont residence, and pay a $20 charge. If you already hold a learner’s permit, you will not need to retake the written exam. A normal driver’s license costs $32 for two years and $51 for four years. You must book an appointment to take your test. This Vermont DMV practice exam uses the same data as the actual test.

Car Practice Tests

Easy

160 questions

Complete: 0/160

The best place to start. This DMV permit test has road rules related questions, each with detailed explanations to help you truly learn the concepts, rather than just memorizing them. Each test is designed to be exactly like the real one. Feel free to take them as many times as you’d like, then move on to the marathon test.

Practice test 1

Questions: 1-40

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Practice test 2

Questions: 41-80

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Practice test 3

Questions: 81-120

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Practice test 4

Questions: 121-160

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Easy Marathon

Your last step before moving to the Road Signs section. Practice all the road rules questions at once.

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Hard

200 questions

Complete: 0/200

Once you’ve gotten the basic road rules down – it’s time to practice a more difficult topic. These road signs practice tests will go over road signs and other tricky topics. Take the practice permit tests as many times as it takes to get a perfect score!

Practice test 1

Questions: 1-40

Correct: 0/40 Start
Practice test 2

Questions: 41-80

Correct: 0/40 Start
Practice test 3

Questions: 81-120

Correct: 0/40 Start
Practice test 4

Questions: 121-160

Correct: 0/40 Start
Practice test 5

Questions: 161-200

Correct: 0/40 Start
Hard Marathon

Your last step before moving to the fines and limits section. Practice all the road signs questions at once.

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Expert

80 questions

Complete: 0/80

Finally starting to get the hang of it? Then it’s time to take the hardest permit tests. These are the most difficult topics that will go over the limits and fines as outlined in the AL Driver Handbook. || Don’t get caught by surprise on the day of your exam! Make sure you practice the most difficult questions!

Practice test 1

Questions: 1-40

Correct: 0/40 Start
Practice test 2

Questions: 41-80

Correct: 0/40 Start
Expert Marathon

Your last step before moving to the fines and limits section. Practice all the limits and fines questions at once.

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Exam Simulator

Random 40 Questions

The Grand Finale. The exam simulator mimics the experience of a DMV exam, pulling random questions from a huge database. It has the same number of questions and the same passing score as your actual exam.

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Who needs a Vermont learner's permit or driver's license?
Anyone who lives in Vermont and wants to get behind the wheel must have a driver's license.
How can I obtain a Vermont driver's license?
It's a requirement that you're at least 18 years old and pass a test before applying.
What is the age requirement for a Vermont learner's permit?
To be eligible for a learner's permit, you must be at least 15 years old.
Which documents are required to apply for a VT learner's permit?
Application for a Learner's Permit with the signature of a parent (if the applicant is under the age of 18)
Birth date and proof of identity
documentation proving legal residency in the United States;
Vermont residency proof;
SSN (Social Security Number).
Can undocumented immigrants apply for a Vermont driver's license?
Unauthorized immigrants in Vermont are able to get a driver's license if they present the necessary papers. Driver's privilege cards and other identity cards are available to Vermont citizens who cannot prove their legal status in the United States.
How can I obtain my VT learner's permit?
The applicant must be of legal age.
The following papers are required:
Achieve passing scores on the written and visual examinations.
How can I practice driving with my learner's permit?
If you are accompanied by a 25-year-old or older licensed driver, you are permitted to drive at any time.
How can I upgrade from my learner's permit to a driver's license?
A road test is required. Underage drivers must have their licenses for a minimum of one year before driving on the road. At the very least, you'll need 40 hours of practice time in the driver's seat. Additionally, you should bring your driver's education certificate. As long as you're at least eighteen years old, you may submit an application anytime you're ready.

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What is the Vermont knowledge test about?
Stoplights
Signs and markings on the road and highway;
Reduction in Observation;
Passing;
Driving on the interstate;
Limits on the maximum speed at which vehicles may go
How is the Vermont permit test structured?
Applicants for a driver's license in Vermont must answer 20 multiple-choice questions.
Which score is required to pass the Vermont permit test?
At the very least, you need to get 16 of the 20 questions right.
How can I pass the Vermont written test?
Review the Vermont Driver's License Handbook. To help you learn how to drive safely, this guidebook includes information on the best practices recommended by the American Safety Council.
What happens if I fail my knowledge test?
Retake it the next day if you need to.

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What is the Vermont road test about?
The road examinations measure your ability to safely drive a car and perform the following tasks.
making a left or a right turn;
a smooth and gradual braking;
regulated beginnings and endings
crossing the street or highway;
allowing the right-of-way to pass;
swerving to the right;
Parallel parking is the act of parking next to each other.
Which documents do I have to provide when I take my road test?
Resident's Certificate;
Identity verification;
Number of Your Social Security
Certificate of Completion for Newcomers
Insurance;
Registration of a vehicle.
If you're under the age of 18, you'll additionally need to provide proof of age.
a completed application including the signature of both parents;
Certificate of Completion of a Driver's Education Program;
The Logbook..
Do I have to make an appointment for my road test?
Yes, a time slot has to be reserved. Find out where to go.
Do I have to provide a vehicle for my road test?
Yes.
Which actions will make me fail my road test?
Drive too quickly for the conditions on the road.
Inadequate space between you and another car
When passing another vehicle is not safe, do not do so.
Keep an eye out for yourself by not looking in the mirror or checking your blind areas.
I failed my VT road test. What's next?
To retake the exam, you need to wait at least one week.
Which restrictions apply to my driver's license?
There are no restrictions if you are at least 18 years old.
Unless a driver 25 or older is in the car with you for the first three months, you are not allowed to have any passengers in the vehicle.
There are no more limitations beyond the first six months.

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