Permanent State of Residence: This generally refers to the state you call home. If you just moved to Vermont, remember it’s Vermont law to acquire a VT license within 60 days of residency.
Foreign Licenses: If you’re licensed in another country, we’ll need to see your home country’s license and a copy of your home country’s driving record. If your license is not in English, you will also need to have an international driving permit as well as a translated copy of your driving record.
Please note that you need to have had your license (a learner's permit doesn't count) for a full 2 years to be eligible, which means that many 18 year olds will not be eligible right on their birthday. If you meet all other eligibility requirements, however, we welcome you to apply!
If you’re unsure, you’ll be asked to provide your previous license number(s) so we can search your prior driving records. If you’re not sure how to find your previous license number(s), try these options:
Check with your previous insurer
DMV online (usually a $10 processing fee)
Ask previous employers
If you've had any suspensions within the past two years, you may not meet this requirement. Feel free to contact us to ask.
If you haven’t had a driver’s license for at least two consecutive years, you are not eligible for membership at this time.
If you have any of the following major moving violations on your record, we cannot accept you as a member at this time:
Additionally, if in the past three (3) years you have more than two (2) at-fault accidents and/or more than three (3) minor moving violations, we cannot accept you as a member at this time.