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Should you for whatever reason lose your license (or worse, have it stolen), you can apply for a duplicate by mail at the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles in Montpelier (see the address below) or in person at any branch location.
When applying for a replacement in person, be sure to bring one form each of primary and secondary identification, as well as cash, check, or a credit card to pay the $15 to $17 processing fee. You'll be asked to fill out aDuplicate/Corrected Registration/License or Learner Permit application(Form VL015).
NOTE: An additional $25 fee applies to enhanced license/ID transactions.
If you have a photo on file with the VT DMV, you can order a duplicate license by mail. To do so, you must submit photocopied forms of identification, a check with your duplicate fee, and aDuplicate/Corrected Registration/License or Learner Permit application(Form VL015).
- Department of Motor Vehicles
- 120 State St.
- Montpelier, VT 05603-0001
Vermont does not require that you notify the police that your license was lost or stolen, but it is advised to help prevent identify theft.
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