Application for Vermont Title and/or Registration
Getting a title or registration is an important part of being or becoming a resident of any state, including the state of Vermont. It is important for you to know that Vermont will title vehicles that have the model year 2007 or newer. In the event that you own the vehicle without a loan, the Vermont DMV will mail the title directly to you. You will have to provide some information in order to get a Vermont vehicle title for a new vehicle. This includes:
- Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin properly assigned
- Bill of Sale may be required
- A New Vehicle Information Statement is needed if the vehicle was manufactured in Canada
- Odometer Disclosure Statement is necessary if the vehicle is the model year 2011 or newer
For a used vehicle that was previously titled, you will have to provide the original previous Certificate of Title assigned to you by everyone on the title and necessary bills of sale. If one or more persons are deceased, Death Certificates or probate papers are required. The Odometer Disclosure Statement is required for any used vehicles the model year 2011 or newer.
Application for Vermont Driver’s License
You must hold a valid driver’s license in order to legally operate a vehicle in the state of Vermont. In order to receive a Vermont driver’s license, you must first pass the required exams. You must also provide proof of your identity. This includes documentation from each of the following four categories:
- Identity and Date of Birth
- Social Security Information
- Vermont Residency and Current Address
- Lawful Status in the United States (Only Required for Real ID and EDL)
In the event that you have a valid driver’s license from another state, you have to bring it with you. Once you get your Vermont driver’s license, you must surrender your out-of-state driver’s license.
Application for Vermont Non-Driver ID
The most common form of state-issued ID for Vermont residents is a Vermont driver’s license. However, you can get a Vermont Non-Driver ID at a DMV office in the state. This is simply an ID card for Vermont residents that do not drive. You can find out more about getting a Vermont Non-Driver ID here. Of course, the first step is filling out the Non-Driver ID Application, which you can find here.
This is not just an application for a new Non-Driver ID. You can fill out this application if you want to renew your Non-Driver ID. You can also fill out and submit the Non-Driver ID Application if you want to get an enhanced non-driver ID card, too.
Application for Vermont Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale
You don’t need a Vermont Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale for everything that goes along with owning and operating a vehicle in the state. However, a Bill of Sale is required if you are transferring ownership of a motor vehicle. If your vehicle is the model year 2011 or newer, you must also complete the Odometer Disclosure Statement portion of the Vermont Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale. A Vehicle Bill of Sale is a useful document to have for many reasons. We recommend that you keep a copy of it with you in your car just in case you need it for some purpose.
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