MGL c.90, § 8 says, in part, "An applicant for the renewal of a license 75 years of age or older shall apply for a renewal in person at a registry branch office."
MGL c.90, § 8C Medical advisory board; standards of fitness for applicants for learner's permits and licenses
MGL c.90, § 22I Permits health care providers and law enforcement officers to report "cognitive or functional impairment or incapability to operate motor vehicle safely" to the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
105 CMR 309 Safe driving
"designate[s] for health care providers and the Registry of Motor Vehicles cognitive or functional impairments that are likely to affect a person's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle."
540 CMR 24 Medical qualifications for operators of motor vehicles
"provid[es] minimum physical and mental qualification standards determined to be necessary for the safe operation of a motor vehicle."
Medical standards related to driving, Mass. Registry of Motor Vehicles
Includes information on reporting an impaired driver, getting a disability plate or placard, and more. See also Medical standards for passenger (Class D) and motorcycle (Class M) driver's licenses.
Older drivers, Mass. Registry of Motor Vehicles
Includes information for older drivers, their families, and physicians on safe driving for the elderly and reporting concerns about health issues affecting driving ability.
Senior driving, American Automobile Association.
Includes evaluating your driving ability, improving your driving skills, resources for family and friends, and more.
Your health and driving safely, Mass. Medical Society
Pamphlet with list of medical conditions that can affect driving as well as driving evaluation and driver training programs.
Motor vehicle law and practice, 4th ed. (Mass Practice v.12) West, 2008 with supplement. Sections 21:42 to 21:47 Medical Issues Pertaining to License to Operate.
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