Massachusetts RMV Re-Opening Seven Locations, Road tests suspended through at least March 20
Thu, 03/19/2020 - 11:24am Heraldgroton
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) announced that on Wednesday, March 18 it reopened seven of its 30 customer service center locations, while asking that customers who do not have immediate needs for required in-person services delay their visits. The RMV facilities that are being reopened prioritize regional availability, accessibility and facility size and capacity. To assist with social-distancing and reducing facility volume, customers are asked not to bring multiple individuals with them. Meanwhile, AAA locations will continue to offer select RMV services to AAA members and road tests will be suspended indefinitely.
Only the following seven RMV centers will be open effective until further notice: Boston/ Haymarket, Brockton, Fall River, Lawrence, Pittsfield, Plymouth, and Worcester. Hearings will be conducted at Boston/Haymarket, Brockton, Fall River, Lawrence, and Worcester. Hearings at the Pittsfield RMV occur weekly on Wednesdays and are scheduled to resume on March 25. No hearings will be conducted in Plymouth.
More than 40 Registry transactions may be conducted online at www.mass.gov/rmv.
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