RMV Retains Services Started in Response to COVID-19

 by TWIW StaffJune 16, 2021

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) announced it is keeping many initiatives put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic beyond the end of the State of Emergency that ended on Tuesday, June 15.

RMV Service Centers continue to service customers by appointment only. Dedicated hours for senior citizens will remain available each Wednesday at select locations. Registration drop-off centers for drop off and pickup services also continue.

Those not vaccinated must wear a mask inside any service center.

Suspension hearings continue to be heard by phone. Those taking the test for a learner’s permit will continue to do so online and any state road test will require the use of state vehicles.

All individuals inside a state vehicle must wear a mask, despite vaccination status.

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