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To reinstate your license, you will need to:
You may be required to pass one or more of the following tests in order to reinstate your Class D learner's permit or driver's license, Class M learner's permit or driver's license, or commercial driver's license (CDL) or learner's permit or license:
If your suspension period is 2 years or more you are required to take a full exam (learner's permit exam and road test) in order to reinstate your suspended/revoked learner's permit or driver's license.
A Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) hearings officer may determine upon review of an operator’s record that the operator is required to take a learner's permit exam and/or a road test for suspensions/revocations less than 2 years. A junior operator is required by Massachusetts General Laws to take the learner's permit exam and/or road test.
A CDL driver must take both the CDL permit exam and CDL road test in order to reinstate his/her suspended/revoked CDL learner's permit or license.
You must submit the following at an RMV Service Center in order to reinstate your learner's permit or driver's license:
• A completed Class D, M, or D/M license and ID card application
• The applicable fee
The RMV may require you to complete one or more of the following classes or programs in order to reinstate:
Refer to the required classes or programs page for more information.