MassDOT RMV increases accessibility for certain required in-person registration transactions

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles announced that they are expanding the accessibility and availability of same-day walk-in services for required in-person registration-related transactions including registering a vehicle and transferring an existing registration to a new vehicle. Appointments for these transactions will no longer be necessary and will be unavailable for scheduling as of Monday, September 26.


People who are still interested in completing their registration transactions can still do so by working with their insurance agents or auto dealers, who can provide them with the necessary services and equipment at their local service center.




In addition to the usual registration transactions, such as new registrations and titles, people can also make other changes to their vehicle's registration by visiting an authorized AAA site.


No changes will be made to the previously scheduled appointments for these transactions. People who are still interested in completing their registration transactions can still do so by working with their insurance agents or auto dealers, who can provide them with the necessary services and equipment at their local service center.


Appointments for learner’s permits, driver’s licenses, and Massachusetts identification cards will continue to be available on Mass.Gov/myRMV


The RMV recommends that all customers visit: myRMV - Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (state.ma.us) to conduct over 40 transactions including: renewing a driver’s license, renewing a registration, paying a citation, requesting a hearing, and accessing a variety of other business transactions.


For the latest RMV updates and information, follow the RMV on Twitter @MassRMV.

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