I was just reading the VT DMV website. Violations from other states do not count for points in Vermont, but the website indicates that some violations from other states may be reported on a VT driving record, and some violations can lead to a suspension of the Vermont drivers license.
So if a violation from another state shows up on a VT record, but it doesn't carry points, does that mean it can't raise your insurance rates? Hmm.
This is what their site says:
An ACD code may appear on a Vermont driving record if a violation has been reported to Vermont from another state/jurisdiction. There are no points assessed in Vermont for a violation occurring in another state/jurisdiction, however, (in some situations) the Vermont DMV will issue a license suspension based upon receiving a report of certain violations in other states/jurisdictions.