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Renewing MA drivers license

Renewing your Massachusetts drivers license is a very common question that we get asked all the time. That’s why we’ve taken the time to provide you with a quick but detailed outline of everything that you will need to renew your license in Massachusetts. Depending on your situation you might be able to renew your license online. If not, you will need to go in person to any Massachusetts RMV (registry of motor vehicles). You can find a list of all RMV locations. Please note that if you are above the age of seventy five (75) you will need to go in person to process your renewal. It’s also very important to remember that the RMV does not mail out notices for driver license renewals. It is your responsibility to remember to renew your license.

You can only begin to renew your license one (1) year before its expiration. Now you need to decide what method to use for your license renewal. The Massachusetts RMV website will allow you to process your renewal application every other renewal period. But only if your license is less than nine (9) years old and your photo must have been taken when you were older than twenty (21) years of age. You can always elect to renew it by walking in to any RMV location. Or we can fill out your Massachusetts driver license renewal form. Just click below to get started.

Renew Massachusetts Drivers License

If you elect to go in person to renew your license, you will need to have all your required documents ready so that you don’t suffer any unnecessary delays. The first thing that you will need to show is your Social Security Number. Secondly you will always need to take the Vision screening test. Finally there is a license renewal fee that needs to be paid. It’s important to note that in some locations you will not be able to pay with cash, but rather with a check or credit card only.

For drivers who are under the age of twenty (21), it’s important to note that if you decide to renew your license, your license will show the words “Under 21”. The RMV will also run automated background checks a couple of months before your license expires. One of these checks is called the Driving Record Check. What this means is that if your license is currently suspended, you will not be allowed to renew it until your suspension has been lifted. The same applies for any unpaid fines, such as parking tickets, Fast Lane violations, or any warrants.