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Top-requested sites to log in to services provided by the state
From area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts
From all other Massachusetts area codes
For people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing (in Massachusetts)
Driving records include criminal and civil driving offenses for which you were either found guilty or responsible, plus discretionary and administrative license suspensions.
There are 2 types of driving records:
To request a driving record online, you will need to provide:
Visit an RMV Service Center with a completed public driving record request form and required fee to request a driving record.
Most service centers accept cash, check, money order. Since payment methods vary by location, check what’s accepted at the site you will be visiting.
You can call the RMV's contact center to request a driving record.
(857) 368-8000 From area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts
(800) 858-3926From all other Massachusetts area codes
TTY: (877) 768-8833For people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing (in Massachusetts)
You will need to provide:
You can request a copy of a driving record by mail by completing the public driving record request form and mailing the form and check or money order payable to MassDOT to:
Registry of Motor Vehicles
Court Records Department
P.O. Box 55896
Boston, MA 02205
If a third party is interested in obtaining a Registry record that contains personal information about another person, the requester must certify that they are eligible to view the record. Eligibility details and required identification can be found in the request for personal information in the registry records form.
The requester must complete the request form and obtain a notarized signature of the person whose personal information is being requested. If a federal, state, or local agency wants access to a RMV record, the agency must either obtain a subpoena or follow the protocols outlined above.