Vermont DMV Locations

For services related to your driver’s license, vehicle tags, or registration in the state of Vermont you’ll want to work through the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. There are locations across the state, you can find the most convenient office for you using the map or table below. Vermont DMV hours vary by location, though many operate Monday through Friday from 7:45am to 4:00pm. We recommend calling your local branch in advance to verify hours before making the trip. Payments are accepted via cash, credit card, debit card, check, or money order.

We make it our mission to keep our data up to date, but we can’t do that without the help of our users. If you find any information that is inaccurate, please contact us and we will update our data accordingly. 

If for some reason the map is not working for you or if you prefer to have a text search feature, we have also included this simple table listing of all Vermont DMV locations.  This table lists the exact same information in the map but in a more searchable format.

DMV Location NameAddressPhone
DMV Branch Office215 North St.
Bennington, VT 5201
(802) 447-2756
DMV Mobile Location7 Mahady Court Addison County Courthouse, Hearing Room A
Middlebury, VT 5753
(802) 828-2000
DMV Office120 State St.
Montpelier, VT 5603
(802) 828-2000
DMV Branch Office100 Main St. Suite 130
Newport, VT 5855
(802) 334-3363
DMV Branch Office101 State Place
Rutland, VT 5701
(802) 786-5815
DMV Mobile Location44 Grice Brook Road Elks Club
Saint Albans, VT 5478
(802) 828-2000
DMV Branch Office4 Market St.
South Burlington, VT 5403
(802) 863-7292
DMV Branch Office100 Mineral St. Suite 103
Springfield, VT 5156
(802) 885-5273
Barre DMV20 Auditorium Hill
Barre, VT 5641
(802) 828-2000
Bennington DMV120 Depot Street
Bennington, VT 5201
(802) 828-2000
Brattleboro DMV870 US Route 5
Brattleboro, VT 5301
(802) 828-2000
Saint Albans DMV27 Fisher Pond Road
Saint Albans, VT 5478
(802) 828-2000
Saint Johnsbury DMV1998 Memorial Drive
Saint Johnsbury, VT 5819
(802) 828-2000
97 South Main St.97 South Main St. American Legion
White River Junction, VT 5001
(802) 828-2000
Windham County - Branch Office870 US Route 5
Dummerston, VT 5301
Windsor County - Branch Office226 Holiday Drive
White River Junction, VT 5001
DMV Main Office (Montpelier)120 State Street
Montplier, VT 5602
(802) 828-2000
DMV Mobile Location (St Johnsbury)Elks Lodge, 118 Western Avenue
St Johnsbury, VT 5819
DMV Branch Office (Newport)100 Main Street, Suite 130
Newport, VT 5855
(802) 334-3363

More About The Vermont DMV

Vermont DMV Online Services

For your convenience, the state of Vermont offers a variety of DMV information and services online. This particular government agency has moved a number of tasks online to help you utilize their services more efficiently. Vermont’s online services can be accessed through their myDMV portal. Among the services you can access online are driver’s license renewal, replacing a license or Vermont ID, change of address, vehicle registration renewal and replacement, registration for motorcycle safety training, and license reinstatement.

If you have to visit a Vermont DMV location, for a streamlined experience you can also make an appointment online in advance. 

Vermont Department of Motor Vehicle Services

When visiting your local Vermont DMV office location, you’ll have the full suite of their services available to you. In addition to the online services mentioned above you also have access to services such as:

  • Driver’s training 
  • Driver testing (knowledge and skills tests)
  • CDL testing
  • Motorcycle testing
  • Taxes & titles
  • Administrative hearings
  • Commercial vehicle permits and services

Before setting out to your local branch it can be very helpful if you print up and complete the necessary forms for the services you’re requesting. You can find all of the available documentation on the Vermont DMV website here.

Maps of Vermont population

Vermont Department of State Contact Information

Looking for the Vermont DMV phone number, email, or address? We’ve got you covered. Utilize the information below if you need to contact the main DMV office. 

Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles

By mail:
Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State St
Montpelier, VT 05603

By phone:
Licenses, titles, and registration: (802) 828-2000
Commercial licenses: (802) 828-2000
Vehicle inspections: (802) 828-2094 

By email:
https://dmv.vermont.gov/contact/general-information

Prepare To Earn Your Vermont Driver’s License

Many people come to this site seeking DMV information as part of the process for obtaining their Vermont driver’s permit or driver’s license. We’re happy to say we offer more than just information on the DMV, we also offer practice driving tests for people looking to obtain their Vermont driver’s permit, license, CDL, or motorcycle license. To utilize these free resources, just follow the links.

Vermont DMV FAQ

What documentation do I need to get a Vermont driver’s license?

For renewal, bring your current license. If you’re obtaining a new license you will need proof of identity (such as a state issued picture ID like a U.S. passport), along with proof of residency,  date of birth, and social security number.

Can I make an appointment for the Vermont DMV online?

Before visiting your local office you can, in fact, schedule an appointment online via the online scheduling system which you can find here.

Can I renew my Vermont driver’s license or state ID online?
Vermont’s myDMV online service portal does allow for online renewal of both driver’s licenses and IDs. You can also replace lost IDs or licenses via their online services.