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Free Vermont DMV Permit Practice Test 2024 | VT

Based on 2024 VT driver's license manual Available in EN, ES, RU Instant feedback
20questions
4mistakes allowed
80%passing score

This Vermont DMV practice test has just been updated for June 2024 and covers 20 of the most essential road signs and rules questions directly from the official 2024 VT Driver Handbook. If you wish to drive in Vermont at any age and have not had a previous driver’s license, you will need to get a learner’s permit by passing a knowledge test consisting of 20 multiple-choice questions. You must answer 16 of 20 questions correctly to achieve a passing score of 80%. You will find all the information you need to pass the test by studying the Vermont Driver’s Manual. In addition to passing the written knowledge test, in order to get a learner’s permit, you will also have to pass a vision test, provide proof of identification and Vermont residency, and pay a fee of $20. If you have a learner’s permit, you will not need to take the written test again in order to receive your driver’s license. The fee for a regular driver’s license is $32 for a two-year license or $51 for a four-year license. In order to take your exam, you will need to make an appointment. This Vermont DMV practice test is based on the same information as the real test.

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  • Vermont Learner’s Permit
  • Vermont Driver’s License
  • VT Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
  • VT Driver’s License Renewal.
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What to expect on the actual VT DMV exam

How many questions20
How many correct answers to pass16
Passing score80%
Minimum age to apply for Learner's Permit15

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Vermont Learner's Permit Test FAQs in 2024

Can I take the permit test online?

In Vermont, you can take the permit test online through the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles' online testing portal. This option is available for convenience and accessibility.

What are the requirements for a learner's permit?

To get a learner's permit in Vermont, you need to be at least 15 years old, pass a vision and knowledge test, and provide proof of identity, residency, and parental consent if under 18.

How much does the permit test cost?

The fee for the Vermont learner's permit test is $20. This fee includes the cost of the knowledge test and the issuance of the permit.

How long is the learner's permit valid?

A learner's permit in Vermont is valid for two years. If your permit expires, you will need to retake and pass the knowledge test to renew it.

Can I get a driver's license at 18 without a prior permit?

Yes, in Vermont, you can apply for a driver's license at 18 without having previously held a learner's permit. However, you must pass the written test, vision test, and road test.

Can I drive alone with a permit?

No, in Vermont, you cannot drive alone with a learner's permit. You must be accompanied by a licensed and unimpaired driver who is at least 25 years old.

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. Flashing arrow panels may be used in work zones to
  2. When you wish to turn left, you should start signaling _________ in advance to alert other drivers.
  3. When a train is approaching a railroad crossing, you must stop at least ________ from the nearest rail.
  4. What does this sign indicate?
  5. When two or more lanes are going in the same direction, a broken white line is used
  6. You are driving on an undivided roadway. A school bus with flashing red lights is stopped ahead. What must you do?
  7. When visibility is poor, such as in fog, heavy rain, or heavy snow, you should use your
  8. What does this signal indicate?
  9. Under poor driving conditions, you should maintain a following distance of
  10. Vermont law requires you to turn on your headlights whenever you cannot clearly see persons or vehicles
  11. To recover from a skid, what should you do?
  12. This sign indicates
  13. If you miss your exit on a freeway, what should you do?
  14. Under Vermont law, which occupants of a passenger car must wear safety belts or appropriate child restraints?
  15. _________ are areas around trucks or other large vehicles in which other vehicles may disappear into blind spots.
  16. This sign indicates that
  17. You are traveling on a two-lane road. If a vehicle ahead of you stops for a pedestrian, you must
  18. To avoid being temporarily blinded by an oncoming vehicle's headlights, you should look toward
  19. A vehicle parked on a one-way road must be parked within ________ of the curb or the side of the road.
  20. What does this sign mean?