She doesn't need a driver's license. The state has encouraged us to get
driver's license #'s whenever possible, but you can us the last 4 digits of
the ss# as an alternative. They then aren't added to the checklist until
the State has verified the SS#.
From: Vermont Municipal Government Discussion Network
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Dave Sharpe
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 12:06 PM
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Subject: Re: drivers license
How is it that she must have a drivers' license? I don't believe
that is in the law?
> Here is a good one for everyone. We had a lady come into the office
> today. She was told by the motor vehicle department she could not
> get a vermont drivers license until she could prove she lived here.
> They told her to go to the town clerks office and get a letter from
> the clerk stating she is a resident of Ludlow. I do not know this
> lady, she is not on the voter check list and will not be approved on
> the statewide list until she has her vermont drivers license. She
> was allowed, however, to register her car in Vermont!! Does this
> make sense to anyone?? How does one go about changing their
> residency when you can't do the first step (getting your drivers
> license)?? I guess you just have to wait until all your bills come
> to your vermont address and you can show them to DMV. I'm still
> shaking my head on this one. Ulla