Traffic Violation:

Vermont Traffic Regulations

The Vermont Motor Vehicle Code offers chapters of topics including registration, titles, operation of vehicles, police courts and financial responsibility. The Code also covers Vermont Traffic Laws with topics such as parking, traffic offenses, speed limits, duplicate licenses, parking regulations and interstate highway rules.

Vermont DUI law considers drivers with a blood alcohol level of .08% or higher to be driving while intoxicated (DWI). Refusing a blood alcohol test will result in a six-month suspension of your license. If you are convicted of a DUI, your first offense can result in fines up to $750; six-month suspension of your license; a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program; and jail time up to two years.

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Traffic Violation: State Laws