Vermont, as most east coast states, started requiring automobile owners to have visible license plates on their vehicles in 1905. There were one 3 digits on the license plate, which means there were less than 1000 vehicles on the road at that time. Then in the 1940’s Vermont adopted the slogan “Green Mountains” that was proudly displayed on their license plates. Today there is a multitude of options for specialized and custom plates.
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That is a very scary scenario, especially with children present. I would advise taking a picture of the vehicle next time and attempting to get the Vermont license plate number and then contacting the police. If they are endangering the lives of others and children then this matter is best left to the police. I have listed a couple helpful links for you below. Please reach out if we can assist you with a Vermont license plate lookup or VERmont VIN number lookup.
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This very careless person drove up Barre Street in Montpelier today this morning and passed my sons car that I and his two small children, 3 years and 1 years old were passengers in. At the time there was a car coming toward us and PAULIE was travelling at a speed of at least 60 miles per hour. He almost lost control on the bridge (before the VFW) and then ran a red light going onto River Street then tailing a pickup truck. We then ended up in back of him where he was also speeding again and without a blinker turned up Sherwood Drive and turned around screaming??? and showing us hand gestures. I don’t understand what was wrong with this maniac but every Sunday I treat my two grandchildren to McDonalds where they can eat and play. They have hard working parents and they are quite impoverished. I do not want to be or see any more of these horrific accidents where innocent people are killed or maimed. Thank you for allowing me to leave a reply. Maureen A. Doyle
Last Updated: 2016-11-24