State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Vermont | CLINIC

State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Vermont

Bill/Statute: 23 V.S.A. § 603

Year Law Enacted: 2013

Effective Date: January 1, 2014

Name of Document Issued: Operator's Privilege Card


What are the eligibility requirements?

  • Provide proof of Vermont residence
  • Provide proof of your name, date of birth, and place of birth (with a valid foreign passport, valid consular identification document, or certified record of birth, marriage, adoption, or divorce)
  • Present a letter from the Social Security Administration indicating your ineligibility to receive a Social Security Number
  • Satisfy all other requirements for obtaining a license or permit                 

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How long is the card valid?

The license will be valid for 2 years.


Are there distinguishing features or language on the license?

The card is labeled "Driver's Privilege Card" and includes the following language: "Not For Federal Identification."


Is there an anti-discrimination provision in the law?



Is there a data confidentiality provision in the law?



This summary was prepared in January 2014 for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. For questions, please contact CLINIC’s State & Local Advocacy Attorney Jen Riddle at or (301) 565-4807.