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If you are a Massachusetts resident (or even a non-resident), you must have a valid driver's license to operate a motor vehicle on any public road, highway, or other way permitting access to the public.
A motorcycle driver's license (Class M) allows you to operate a motorcycle.
Class A, B, and C licenses, known as commercial driver's licenses (CDLs), allow you to operate large vehicles, like trucks and buses.
If you do not have a Massachusetts driver's license, the RMV can issue you an official identification card: Massachusetts ID or Massachusetts Liquor ID. They do not extend any driving privileges.
To drive in Massachusetts, a vehicle and trailer needs to be properly registered with the RMV, and the vehicle owner must have a legally acquired title.
The RMV works with business partners to make sure that our roads are safe and drivers are properly credentialed to operate vehicles.
The RMV maintains records on driving histories, as well as motor vehicle crashes and vehicle registration and titles. You can apply to request copies of some publicly available information.
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