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For a Class D road test you will need:
If you are under 18 years of age:
If the person signing the application is not a parent, proper documentation must be shown at the time of the road test to prove that the person is qualified to sign.
Your sponsor must:
They must also have their valid driver's license for the examiner to review.
Your vehicle must have:
For rental vehicles:
You can attempt no more than 6 Class D road tests in a 12-month period.
For a Class M road test you will need:
Your motorcycle must:
A customer who takes a road test on a limited use vehicle or 3-wheeled vehicle (trike) will receive a Class M license with a “J” restriction with the following description:
With this restriction, a customer will only be allowed to use the Class M license to operate a limited-use vehicle or a 3-wheel motorcycle.
You do not need a sponsor for a Class M road test.
If you fail 2 Class M road tests, you must enroll in and successfully complete the RMV approved beginner rider course (MREP).
You do not have to take a Class M road test if you have successfully completed the RMV approved beginner rider course (MREP), unless you are under 18 years of age.
For a commercial driver's license (CDL) road test, you will need:
If you are 18 or older, you can apply for an intrastate (MA only) CDL at any RMV location. If you are 21 or older, you can apply for an interstate (all states) CDL at any RMV location. To be eligible, you must not have had your driver’s license or right to operate revoked by the Registrar.
For a Class A CDL application, you need the concurrent endorsement tests as well. If you are updating from a Class D license to a Class C, then there is no road test requirement unless the endorsement requires one. Passenger, air brake, and school bus endorsements require road tests.
Vehicles used for a Class A, B, or C road test must meet the following requirements:
For out of state, trailers, and semi-trailers:
You can find out if your road test has been canceled by checking for an alert posted on Mass.gov or call the RMV contact center.
You will still be charged for a road test if you:
Road tests will be automatically canceled when:
You may reschedule a road test with no additional fee if your road test was cancelled due to weather conditions.
From area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts
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