Contact for Report a medically impaired driver
RMV - Medical Affairs
The Details of Report a medically impaired driver
What you need for Report a medically impaired driver
To report a medically impaired driver, you need to be a:
- family member
- health care provider
- law enforcement officer
- interested third party, including, but not limited to, a member of the driver’s community (such as neighbors), a private driving school, a social worker, etc.
If you are a medically impaired driver, you can voluntarily surrender your license and receive a Mass ID free of charge.
A law enforcement official or healthcare provider may send a report in good faith with underlying information based on their own personal evidence or observations to the RMV. This will immediately result in a licensing action from the RMV.
Concerned citizens who report will cause the Medical Affairs to seek further information from a healthcare provider and the person who is reported on.
How to report Report a medically impaired driver
To report a medically impaired driver, you must complete and send the Request for Medical Evaluation form to:
Registry of Motor Vehicles
Attention: Medical Affairs
P.O. Box 55889
Boston, MA 02205
Complete and fax the Request for Medical Evaluation form to 857-368-0018.
Next steps for Report a medically impaired driver
Based on information received, additional information may be requested from a medical provider. The RMV's Medical Affairs will follow up with the driver to make sure they are safe to drive. Based on this, Medical Affairs may or may not take a licensing action.
More info for Report a medically impaired driver
The RMV cannot guarantee anonymity. Massachusetts has a public records law and a copy of this form will be released if a formal written request as to what initiated the RMV action is received from the licensee.