It is important to notify the Department of Safety if your address changes. If you wish to write to us, please mail to:. You can also go to a Driver Service Center and request to have your address updated. Please note at this time you will not be able to complete a change of address using the self-service kiosk due to a new, enhanced voter registration application process. If you need to change your address, please use our online services or visit any driver services center location to process the address change. The inability to change your address using the kiosk is temporary and will be restored once an address verification program is installed.
Jump to navigation. The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles strives to keep mature drivers on the road as long as possible with a primary concern of safety to all. Whether you are a neighbor, family member, or concerned friend, you have an important opportunity to make the roads of Vermont a safer place to drive. You may also assess their driving ability by reviewing the following warning signs:.
Length of Regular Renewal Cycle Until age 65 Provisions for Mature Drivers 65 and over: renewal every 5 years, mail renewal requires passage of vision exam within the prior 3 months 70 and over: no mail renewal. Length of Regular Renewal Cycle Choice of 4 or 6 years Provisions for Mature Drivers 65 and over: choice of 2- or 6-year renewal, mail renewal requires demonstration of hardship. Length of Regular Renewal Cycle 5 years Provisions for Mature Drivers 70 and over: vision test, possible reaction test, and physician's letter required.
The old saying "life begins at 40" has never been more true than today, with more people living longer, healthier lives than ever before. As seniors continue to stay active well after retirement, the DMV wants to help you maintain your driving independence for as long as you can safely drive. As part of the Department of Motor Vehicles' DMV updated website , a wealth of information and services are now offered online, specifically targeting the senior driver. One of the newest features is the "Senior Guide to Safe Driving", which offers practical strategies for older drivers, their friends, family and caregivers.