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Class A, B, and C licenses, known as commercial driver's licenses (CDLs), allow you to operate large vehicles, like trucks and buses.
The MassDOT Highway Division has a web-based system to request Commercial Truck Permits. From oversize trucks to excess loads, your commercial truck may need a permit.
Get permission for your company to transport people and goods, or to tow away trespassing vehicles.
Find regulated companies, file a complaint, and search Department regulations
These licenses allow the holder to pick up, drop off, and transport alcohol in Massachusetts.
Learn how Massachusetts regulates rideshare companies or transportation network companies (TNCs).
Learn how Massachusetts regulates the drivers using rideshare companies' or transportation network companies' (TNCs) digital network or platform.
You can get short-term and long-term permits to do a variety of activities in state parks.
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