Drive Well Vermont

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month


Drive Well Vermont is an ongoing statewide initiative that will encourage safe driving behavior among Vermonters to make our roadways, and all of us, safer.

Many Vermonters are already doing the right things on the road, and Drive Well is an opportunity to acknowledge those good behaviors—as well as to grow and expand them to make driving in Vermont even safer.

Why should we all get behind Drive Well Vermont?

When we practice safe driving every time we get behind the wheel, in the passenger seat, or on a motorcycle, we won’t just be keeping ourselves safe. We’ll also be showing that, here in Vermont, we look out for each other, and try to do what we can for the safety of our family, our friends, and our community.

How do you Drive Well?

It’s simple. It’s all about being present and engaged when you’re driving, and keeping your attention and your eyes on the road. That means avoiding distractions like using your phone, eating, changing playlists, or resetting or fiddling with the GPS. 

Programs Included in Drive Well Vermont:

Distracted Driving

Speed & Aggressive Driving - coming soon

Impaired Driving - coming soon

Occupant Protection - coming soon



Contact Information

State Highway Safety Office 

State of Vermont
Agency of Transportation

Operations and Safety Bureau

Dill Building, Unit A
2178 Airport Road
Barre, VT 05641

Contact List

Public Records Requests

Evelyn Mcfarlane, Records Officer
State Highway Safety Office
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Dill Building, Unit A
2178 Airport Road
Barre, VT 05641
Phone (802) 595-4661

Public Records Database and Agency Records Officer or Liaison Contact Information

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

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