Mass. License Renewal Reminder Service
This is offered as a free service by Mass. RMV Lawyers, a private practice law firm. We are not a government agency or affiliated with MassDOT.
Don't miss your license expiration date! Sign up for an electronic reminder of your driver’s license expiration. You will receive a reminder e-mail message 45 days and 10 days prior to the expiration of your Massachusetts Driver’s License.
Renewing Your Massachusetts Driver's License
Your Massachusetts Driver’s License is valid for a maximum of 5 years and it will expire on your birthday. The Registry will allow you to renew your license up to one (1) year before it expires. You can renew on-line if you do not need to take a vision screening test and you do not a new photo image taken. You cannot renew your license if it is suspended or revoked, or if you have outstanding obligations such parking tickets, excise tax, E-Z Pass violations, of you are blocked in the National Driver Register (NDR). MassDOT charges $50.00 for Class D License Renewals.
In November of 2009, due to budget cuts, the Mass. Registry of Motor Vehicles was forced to stop sending license expiration reminders. This saved approximately $800,000.00 However, driving on an expired license is a criminal offense for which you could be arrested. Also, unlicensed operation counts as a major violation under the Massachusetts Habitual Traffic Offender law. Getting caught with an expired license can cause major problems on traffic stops and when using your license as a means of identification, such as at airport checkpoints. Use this free license renewal reminder service to avoid the hassle associated with an expired license.
Massachusetts RMV Lawyers offers this free reminder service so that you will not forget to renew your Massachusetts Driver's License. Being caught driving without a valid license in Massachusetts can be a major inconvenience and you may be denied travel or alcohol service if your driver's license is expired.
A license is used for much more than driving. It is a key item of identification which must be presented at pharmacies, baking transactions, certain legal proceedings, security checkpoints, and for access to certain government buildings. Subscribe to this free service to help insure that your license remains valid.
This is a private website which is not operated by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles or MassDOT. The information provided will only be used to remind you regarding the expiration of your Mass. license and for no other purpose.