There is a new way to study for your learner permit test and learn todrive safely.
Log in to the DMV web tutorial, DriveVermont,and you’ll find several important chapters of thismanual. You can use DriveVermont to learn therules of the road and how to drive safely while youstudy for your learner permit test. You can alsofind out what you need to know before going toDMV to take your written or road test.You'll find DriveVermont packed with helpfulimages and videos. Engaging quizzes will helpyou test yourself on what you've learned. Aftercompleting the tutorial, you can take a practiceexam that will look very much like the testyou'll be taking at DMV.You can see what it’s all about by watching ashort preview athttp://bit.ly/DriveVTYou can begin studying for your permit and learning to drive safely by logging in toDriveVermont.vermont.govThe Department of Motor Vehicles does not discriminate against individuals withdisabilities in the provision of services, programs, activities or employment.The Department of Motor Vehicles will make reasonable accommodations availablewhen a person’s disability significantly interferes with their ability to understandinformation presented for obtaining a Learner Permit or an Operator License.If, for example, your disability limits your ability to read and understand writtenlanguage, you can ask the Department of Motor Vehicles to lend you a CD of thismanual converted to audio. Audio is also available on our website. If you feel that theDepartment of Motor Vehicles has not provided you with a reasonable accommodationfor your disability, you can file a complaint with the Vermont Human RightsCommission by calling 800.416.2010.If you have trouble reading or have a disability that inhibits your reading ability tell thescheduling operator when you make your appointment. The operator will makearrangements for you to take an oral exam. An oral exam is one that is read by anexaminer or is taken on the computer using an audio track.