Mass RMV - DMV
COVID-19 NOTE Regarding MA CAR INSPECTIONS:
Citing recommendations for social distancing during the ongoing state of emergency related to COVID-19, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has granted a reprieve to anyone with inspection stickers set to expire in the near future.
According to the announcement, any noncommercial vehicles with inspection stickers set to expire March 31 can be inspected by May 31. Those noncommercial vehicles with stickers set to expire April 30 will have until June 30.
This handy guide to the Mass RMV helps you find out information about:
1. Renewing your drivers' license
2. Renewing your car registration
3. Changing your address
4. Replacing a lost drivers' license
5. Getting a leaner's permit or scheduling a road test
6. Paying a citations online.
7. Finding an RMV near you
The site also helps you find locations in case you need to actually go to an RMV facility.
There is also a handy reminder service that allows you to set a reminder email to help you remember when your license is coming up for renewal.
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles no longer mails out renewal notices. Be sure to renew at least seven days before your birthday to ensure that you receive your new license before your old license expires.
View a Schedule of Fees to find out how much renewals and registrations cost in MA.
Online RMV ServicesDrivers License Services
Drivers License Renewal
Drivers License Replacement
Replace your Mass ID
Change of Address
MA Learners Permits
Car Registration Services
Car Registration & Title
Car Registration Renewal
Car Registration Replacement
Request a Duplicate Registration
Plates & Citations
Order Special/Vanity Plates
Pay Citations & Tickets
Appeal Traffic Ticket
Pay Toll Violations
Find RMV LocationsIf you'd prefer to visit a branch in person, this link will help you toFind RMV/DMV locations in Massachusetts.
Car Inspection StationsFind MA Inspection and Emission Repair Stations
Below are some Mass RMV/DMV related transportation links that may be helpful to you, including information on Massachusetts Highway administration, State Emissions, MBTA, Port Authority (Massport) and more.
Massachusetts Enhanced Emissions & Safety Test - Here, you'll find out how the new test works, where to take it and what to do if you need emissions repairs. The test is a joint program of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles and Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
MBTA - If you're new to Boston or just need to check a bus or train schedule, the MBTA Web site will fit you to a 'T'.
Massachusetts Turnpike - Information about the 135-mile long Massachusetts Turnpike, Interstate 90, spans Massachusetts from West Stockbridge on the New York border to Interstate 93 in downtown Boston. In 2001, when new connector highways are finished, I-90 will go past I-93 and end at Logan Airport in East Boston.
FAST LANE Information - FAST LANE is the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority's electronic toll collection program that makes travelling on the MassPike, the Sumner and the Ted Williams Tunnels easier and more convenient. FAST LANE patrons can also pay their tolls electronically on the Tobin Memorial Bridge and anywhere E-Z Pass is accepted.
Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) - an independent public authority which develops, promotes and manages airports, the seaport and transportation infrastructure to enable Massachusetts and New England to compete successfully in the global marketplace.
Plus, you'll find listings of MA state vehicle inspection locations, information on driver's education, learner's permits and more.
Phone: (617) 351-4500
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