What you need to know about driving in Massachusetts.
Driver licenses in Massachusetts cost $19.99 each, while learner’s permits are $22.49 and drivers licenses are $21.75.
You can get your Massachusetts driver’s licenses from any of the state’s 16 local offices of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the state Office of Motor Vehicle Services (OMVSS), the Massachusetts Secretary of State’s Office or the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT).
The state’s online DMV portal is used to process all drivers licenses and learner permits, but you can also print them at home, download them on your computer or fax them in for processing.
Driving in Massachusetts is an option for people who don’t have a driver’s licence, or who have a learner permit but need to renew their license.
It also allows drivers to carry a license for a period of time to ensure that they are still on the road, but there is no longer a need for a driver license.
You can renew your driver license online.
To renew your Massachusetts learner driver’s permit, you must apply at the DMV and wait for an email from the DMV office confirming your approval.
You’ll need to provide your driver registration number and date of birth.
Once you’re approved, you will receive a renewal letter in the mail within six weeks of receiving the renewal.
You will be issued a Massachusetts learners permit, which will be valid for six years.
If you want to renew a Massachusetts driver license, you can do so from your home address or the same address on the home address you have on your drivers license.
You cannot renew a learners license if you are:A U.S. citizen or resident.
A legal permanent resident of the United States, Puerto Rico or the U.K.A. a person who has lived in the United Kingdom for less than 10 years.