The Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) has taken steps to heed Governor Charlie Baker’s declaration of a State of Emergency in order to help keep Massachusetts residents safe and healthy.
While all RMV and AAA offices were closed on Monday and Tuesday of this week, as of today, Wednesday, March 18th there are some offices open to the public until further notice, these RMV locations include:
- Fall River
Due to the recent activity surrounding COVID 19, the Massachusetts RMV is taking measures to reduce customer visits in their Service Centers and AAA offices. One of these actions includes extending the expiration date of certain credentials. As such, all Class D and Class DM driver’s licenses, ID cards, and Learner’s Permits that have expired or are expiring between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2020, will have a 60-day extension applied to the current expiration date. For a list of exclusions click here.
McSweeney & Ricci Insurance suggests visiting Mass.Gov/MyRMV to see if your transaction can be processed online prior to visiting an RMV Service Center. The Mass RMV website offers over 40 transactions online.
If you must visit a Massachusetts RMV location you may experience longer than usual wait times as ‘social-distancing’ will be practiced at each of the open Service Centers, by only allowing a certain number of customers in each center at a time.
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