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To handle auto claims in Vermont, you must hold both an adjuster and an auto appraiser license. Simplify the process with AdjusterPro’s exam prep courses. Offered 100% online, our program allows you to train anywhere, anytime.

  • Appraiser Essentials Auto Appraiser Exam Prep: Series 14-37

    Our Auto Appraiser exam prep course will help you pass the challenging Vermont motor vehicle damage appraiser state exam.

    • Vermont Auto Appraiser: Series 14-37 exam prep course
    • Printable PDFs and glossary
    • Practice exams


  • Auto Appraiser Package Auto Appraiser: Series 14-37 + Adjuster: Series 14-33 Exam Prep

    You must hold both an adjuster and an auto appraiser license to handle auto claims in Vermont. This discounted package will thoroughly prepare you to pass the challenging state exams. 

    • Vermont Auto Appraiser: Series 14-37 exam prep course
    • Vermont Adjuster: Series 14-33 exam prep course
    • Printable PDFs and glossary
    • Practice exams



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  • What is an auto damage appraiser? Do I need that license?

    There are two components to handling an auto claim; appraising the damage to the vehicle and settling the claim itself. Appraisers play a key role in this process, since motor vehicle claims require specialized knowledge of auto repair that most adjusters simply don’t have. That’s where auto damage appraisers come in: these insurance professionals inspect vehicle damage, calculate the worth of the vehicle, and write an estimate for repair. Then the adjuster settles the claim based on the appraisal. Many states require adjusters to hold both licenses if they want to work on both parts of the claim — the appraisal and the settlement. Two states, Connecticut and South Carolina, require adjusters to hold both licenses to work on any part of an auto claim.

  • How do I get my Vermont 14-37 Damage Appraiser License?

    To obtain your Vermont 14-37 Damage Appraiser license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Vermont Damage Appraiser Licensing Requirements
    a. Be at least 18 years old
    b. Be deemed competent, trustworthy, financially responsible, and of good personal and business reputation
    c. Meet the experience requirement through one of the following:
    – Have 2 years of experience in loss appraisal
    – Have completed an approved training program
    – Employed by and subject to the supervision of an appraiser who has been licensed at least 3 years in Vermont

    2. While Vermont does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Vermont Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam

    3. Register for and pass the Vermont Damage Appraiser Exam
    – Register online with Prometric

    4. Submit application and test score report electronically through NIPR

    Additional licensing details are available on the Vermont Auto Damage Appraiser Info page.

    Vermont allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the insurance adjuster tab above for more information.

  • What are the appraiser licensing fees for Vermont?

    • AdjusterPro Course Fee: $149
    • Exam Fee: $50
    • Application Fee: $30
    • Licensing Fee: $120
  • What are the renewal and CE requirements for Vermont appraisers?

    There is NO continuing education (CE) requirement for Vermont appraisers. The Department will send out renewal notices for existing licensees at the beginning of the even year.

    The Auto Damage Appraiser License term ends March 31st of even years. The department will send out renewal notices for existing licensees at the beginning of the even year.

    Renew your license through NIPR or Sircon Vermont.

  • Vermont Department of Financial Regulation Contact Information

    Website: https://dfr.vermont.gov/industry/insurance/producer-and-individual-licensing 

    Mailing Address:
    Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
    89 Main Street
    Montpelier, VT 05620

    Phone: 802-828-3302 or 800-964-1784 (toll free)
    Fax: 802-828-1633
    Email: dfr.producerlicensing@vermont.gov

  • Why should I choose AdjusterPro?

    Our team is passionate about providing the best insurance training courses and online classroom experience in the industry. We are committed to helping you succeed at every step of your adjusting career.

    At AdjusterPro, we believe in serving our customers with transparency, honesty, and adhering to the Golden Rule, treating others as we would want to be treated.

    Building our company upon these principles, here are a few other ways we differentiate from the competition:

    • We offer over 170 courses – the most comprehensive catalog in the country
    • Our simple, engaging online training was created to help you comprehend and retain information
    • Keeping your license compliant is simple with our convenient continuing education courses
    • You’ll receive honest answers from our dedicated (real-people) customer engagement team
    • 50 states strong: we offer a path to licensing for every state
    • Over 50,000 people have trained with us
    • 8 of the country’s top 10 insurance carriers train with AdjusterPro
    • 98.4% customer satisfaction rating
    • AdjusterPro is more than just online courses. We’re the nation’s go-to resource for all things adjuster. Whether it’s licensing, reciprocity, CE, networking, tips of the trade, or career advice, we’ve got you covered.

    Whether you are just starting to explore the insurance claims industry, a Fortune 500 company, or are a veteran adjuster looking for additional training, we are here to help you reach your goals and achieve success.