Make sure you are 100% ready to take on the Vermont DMV permit test, with the learning materials we provide. Here, you will find all the essential road rule, road sign and pavement marking information you must learn prior to the permit test in Burlington, Stowe or Montpelier. Download your free PDF copy of the VT permit test study guide and then you are all set to start studying. Our driver’s education course for 2020 permit test applicants explains complex road rules and road signs in a way that is easy to understand, using hints, guides and pictures. Getting your hands on that Vermont learners permit has never been easier!

If you are serious about becoming a safe, skilled and responsible motorist, you must treat your preparation for the DMV written test with the respect it deserves. Remember that you are not just learning this material to get through the permit test. The knowledge you acquire in the process will be essential to your safety while you are practicing your driving maneuvers and vehicle control skills on public roads. The whole point of the Vermont permit test is to make sure that novice road users can fine-tune their driving skills without creating dangerous situations on the roadway. If you cut corners while studying rules of the road or road signs, you could find yourself in some pretty hazardous situations behind the wheel.

If you have plenty of time left before taking the DMV permit test, you may wish to embark on your learning journey by working your way through our entire drivers ed course. The program is designed to take around 30 hours to complete, breaking essential information down into manageable lessons and modules. “Signs, Signals & Markings” and “Rules of the Road” are the two modules which cover the information you will need for the permit test. Once you have completed the course, you should return to these chapters to revisit this essential material in more detail. Alternatively, you could skip straight to the road rule and road sign modules, returning to complete the remainder of the course once the Vermont DMV test is out of the way. The course is free, flexible and available to use however and whenever you see fit.

In Vermont, the permit test DMV exam contains 20 multiple-choice questions which are randomly selected from a much larger pool of questions. Roughly one third of the permit test questions cover pavement markings and road signs, while the remaining two thirds cover rules of the road. Keep in mind that absolutely anything from the road rule and road sign information in the permit book could be addressed during the assessment, so you will need to study all topics equally. To be awarded a passing grade, you must answer at least 16 of the DMV test questions correctly. Working on our VT DMV practice permit tests throughout your learning journey is the most effective way to ensure you are up to the challenge. We offer a variety of practice permit test quizzes to suit learners of every experience level and you are welcome to attempt each of them as many times as you like.

When you have passed the VT learners permit test, your next task will be getting ready for the practical road skills test. Our driver’s education course will make sure you use your behind-the-wheel time effectively and form safe driving habits in preparation for the driving test. Check out the “Driving Maneuvers” module for step-by-step guides which address parking, making turns, reversing, driving through intersections, and every other skills you must master before the assessment.

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