You are allowed to drive with your out-of-country license for up to 1 year as long as your out-of-country license is valid. Question Category
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Mass Driver's License
Yes. MA will recognize valid out-of-state permits, but if you plan to become a resident you will need to convert your current permit to a MA permit for $30. If you are under 18, you must provide your Social Security Number, your valid and current out-of-state permit, a certified copy of your current driving record, a document that demonstrates your date of birth and an application signed by your parent or legal guardian.
As long as you do not become a MA resident, you are allowed to drive with a valid out-of-state license for as long as you like.
New drivers and inexperienced drivers (especially teens) have a higher risk of being in an accident, insurance companies often charge more to cover them.
To renew your MA Driver's License, you will need to visit your local RMV office or a Limited Service Branch. You should bring with you your expired license, a $50 renewal fee, your application and your Social Security Number. If you have a Social Security Number and have not changed your name, you may be able to renew your license online. Visit the MA RMV website for more information about the renewal process: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/.
No. You do not need to retake the written test or a driving exam.
Unless you or a physician recommend it, you do not need to take another vision test when you renew your license.
No. You do not have to pass the MA road test as long as you possess a valid out-of-state driver's license. You must surrender your previous license and pay the fee of $125 to convert your license.
If you are under 18, during the first 6 months after receiving your license, you aren't allowed to have a non-family member under 18 in the car with you unless a driver who is 21 years old or older is also in the vehicle with you. You are also not allowed to drive between 12:30 AM and 5 AM.
No. There are restrictions on your license if you are older than 18.