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Find everything you need to drive in Massachusetts, from getting and renewing a license to signing up for E-ZPass to pay electronic tolls.
Click on a license or ID type to find out more about how to apply, renew, or take other actions for all Massachusetts licenses and IDs.
To drive in Massachusetts, your vehicle needs to be properly registered with the RMV, and you need to have a legally acquired title.
Through Medical Affairs, the RMV issues special license plates and placards to people with disabilities who meet certain medical qualifications.
Massachusetts' all electronic tolling program. It includes E-ZPass MA and Pay By Plate MA. The program works without toll booths on the Mass Turnpike (I-90), Tobin Memorial Bridge, and the Sumner, Callahan, and Ted Williams Tunnels.
You can find information on the RMV's suspension hearing, appeal, and reinstatement processes below.
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.
The RMV's Medical Affairs department is primarily responsible for setting agency policies and procedures regarding physical qualifications for driver's licenses.
The Lemon Laws protect you if you buy a vehicle in Massachusetts that has serious defects.
Find out what you should do if you get a traffic ticket and what the court process is like.
Information to help you plan your trip on Massachusetts roadways.
Executive Order 572 promotes the testing and deployment of highly automated driving technologies.
The Merit Rating Board (MRB) maintains operator driving records consisting of traffic law violations, at-fault and comprehensive insurance claim records, and out-of-state driving records.
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