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Vehicle requirements for Class D road tests
For all road tests, you must supply an equipped, registered and insured vehicle. It must have a valid inspection sticker. The vehicle must be acceptable to the examiner. The examiner must be able to reach the vehicle's emergency brake or foot brake. You cannot use a vehicle with a center console that does not have an emergency brake as part of the console.
If you are renting the vehicle, you must provide the following on the rental company's letterhead:
You must bring a sponsor who:
Foreign license holders are not eligible to be sponsors.
If you are under 18 years of age, you must have parental consent.
Sample Class D license
For a complete list of road test fees, see the schedule of fees.
Once you have passed the written permit test and completed all necessary JOL requirements, you may schedule a road test online. You cannot schedule a road test at an RMV Service Center.
You can pay Class D or M road test and license fees online using the pay your road test/license fees transaction. You can do this before or after you pass the road test and will eliminate the need to visit an RMV Service Center.
You can use our automated phone system to schedule a road test by calling (857) 368-8010. You cannot schedule a road test at an RMV Service Center.
After you pass your road test and pay all your fees, the RMV will stamp your permit in the validation section. Your permit will immediately serve as a temporary license until you receive your permanent license.
If you have not already paid the fees, you must either pay them online or at an RMV Service Center. If you go to a service center to do this, you will need:
your stamped, signed permit.
a completed Class D, M, or D/M license and ID card application.
the appropriate fees.
Licensed Massachusetts drivers between 16 1/2 and 18 years of age may not operate a vehicle between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Also, you may not operate a vehicle requiring a commercial driver's license.