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Massachusetts RMV Practice Tests

Learning to drive is exciting, but it’s also a huge responsibility. The Massachusetts Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires potential drivers to complete training and demonstrate knowledge and skills behind the wheel before allowing them the privilege of driving with no restrictions. This is required for new drivers, or drivers that have NOT held a valid license for 1 year or longer.

The requirements to obtain a MA driver’s license will vary slightly based on whether you are a minor or adult.

MA Learner’s Permit Requirements for Minors

If you’re under 18 years old, you must first obtain a learner’s permit before graduating to a driver’s license. You must be at least 16 years old to get your permit. To apply, you’ll need to:

  1. Fill out a Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit or ID Card Application (form LIC 100). You can start your application online to save time.
    1. If you’re under 18 years old, your parent/guardian must sign your application to signal their consent. Any guardian other than your parent must also show proper documentation of their eligibility to sign for you.
  2. Make an appointment with your local RMV Service Center.
  3. Submit proof of your:
    1. Identity and U.S. citizenship.
    2. Social Security number.
    3. Massachusetts residency.
      1. Your documents will differ slightly based on whether you want a REAL ID or a standard driver’s license (the REAL ID is highly recommended). Check out the RMV’s guide to acceptable documents for help.
  4. Pass a vision screening and a knowledge test.
  5. Have your photo taken.
  6. Pay the $30 permit application fee.

You can opt to take your knowledge exam in person at the RMV, or online before you visit to submit your application and required documents. If you take your exam in person, your permit will be issued by an RMV agent after you pass. If you take your exam online, you’ll still need to first visit the RMV Service Center to submit your application, verify your identity, and take your vision exam; then, you’ll receive instructions on how to take your online test. Once you pass, you’ll be able to print your learner’s permit at home. The RMV offers a guide to online exams.

Your permit will be valid for 2 years, and you’ll need to hold it for at least 6 months before you can apply for your junior driver’s license. With your permit, you may only drive under the following conditions:

  • You must have a supervising driver who is at least 21 years old and has held their own driver’s license for at least 1 year.
  • Your supervisor must sit in the passenger seat next to you at all times.
  • If you’re under 18 years old, you may NOT drive between 12:00 AM and 5:00 AM unless you’re with your parent or legal guardian who meets the above qualifications.

During this time, you’ll also need to complete a state-approved Massachusetts Driver’s Education course. This program must consist of:

  • 30 hours of classroom lessons.
  • 18 hours of driver’s training, broken down into:
    • 12 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction
    • 6 hours of observation sitting in on another student’s behind-the-wheel instruction
  • A final exam, which you’ll need to pass before it’s electronically submitted to the RMV.

Your parent or guardian must join you for 2 hours of instruction in your Driver’s Ed course, unless they have themselves completed a course within the last 5 years. Along with your MA Driver’s Ed course, you’ll also have to practice driving with a supervising adult driver. This should equal:

  • 40 hours of supervised behind-the-wheel practice, OR
  • 30 hours of supervised practice, if you also complete a driver skills development program (an advanced form of driver’s education).

Your parent/guardian can log your hours on the Supervised Driving Log.

Minor’s Massachusetts Driver’s License Requirements

You can apply for your provisional driver’s license, called a Junior Operator License (JOL) in Massachusetts, once you’ve turned 16 years and 6 months old. Before you can take your road test, you’ll also need to have

  • Held your permit for 6 months without any moving violations
  • Completed your driver’s education course (30 hours) and in-car driver’s training (18 hours—12 of in-car instruction, 6 of in-car observation).
  • Completed your required practice hours (40 hours) with your parent/guardian.

When you’re ready, schedule your road test online. You’ll need to provide your:

  • Learner’s permit number.
  • Name and birth date.
  • Social Security number.
  • Payment for your $35 road test fee.
    • You can also pay your $50 license fee at the same time, or you can pay it after you pass your road test.

At your road test, you’ll need to bring:

  • Your learner’s permit.
  • The registration for the vehicle you’ll be testing in.
  • A completed Class D or M Road Test Application (form RDT103), signed by your parent/guardian if you’re under 18 years old. Any guardian other than your parent must also show proper documentation of their eligibility to sign for you.
  • Your completed Supervised Driving Log.
  • A driver’s education certificate of completion, if your course didn’t electronically submit one to the RMV.
  • A supervising driver who is at least 21 years old, with at least 1 year of experience behind the wheel. They must bring their driver’s license to show the examiner.

Once you pass your road test, if you’ve already paid your licensing fees, your examiner will stamp your learner’s permit and it will automatically become your temporary Junior Operating License (JOL). Your permanent license will arrive in the mail within 7 to 10 days. If you haven’t yet paid for your license, you’ll have 60 days to do so.

If you fail your first attempt at your road test, you’ll need to wait at least 2 weeks before you can try again. You’re allowed a total of 6 attempts to pass within a period of 12 months.

With your MA Junior Operating License, you can only drive under the following provisions:

  • For the first 6 months, you may not have any passengers under 18 years old unless you are accompanied by your parent or guardian.
  • You may not drive between 12:30 AM and 5 AM unless you’re accompanied by your parent or guardian.
  • You may not use a cell phone or hands-free device while driving, unless it is to contact emergency services.

At 18 years old, your restrictions will fall off and your JOL will now be considered a full, unrestricted driver’s license.

Driver’s License/Permit Requirements for New Adult Drivers in MA

If you are 18 years old or older but have never held a driver’s license before in any state, you must first obtain a learner’s permit. Unlike minor applicants, however, you do NOT need to:

  • Complete driver’s education.
  • Complete driver’s training.

You’ll still need to pass a knowledge exam followed by a road test once you’ve earned your permit.

To apply for your MA driver’s permit:

  1. Fill out a Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit or ID Card Application (form LIC 100). You can start your application online to save time.
  2. Make an appointment with your local RMV Service Center.
  3. Submit proof of your:
    1. Identity and U.S. citizenship.
    2. Social Security number.
    3. Massachusetts residency.
      1. Your documents will differ slightly based on whether you want a REAL ID or a standard driver’s license (the REAL ID is highly recommended). Check out the RMV’s guide to acceptable documents for help.
  4. Pass a vision screening and a knowledge test.
  5. Have your photo taken.
  6. Pay the $30 permit application fee.

You can choose to take your knowledge exam online before you visit the RMV, or in person when you submit your application and required documents. If you take your exam online, you must first visit an RMV location to submit your application, verify your identity, and take your vision exam; then, you’ll receive instructions on how to take your online test. Once you pass, you’ll be able to print your learner’s permit at home. See the RMVs guide to online testing for more information.

If you take your exam at the RMV, you’ll receive your permit from an RMV agent after you pass.

Road Test Requirements for Adults in MA

As an adult, the MA RMV doesn’t require you to hold your learner’s permit for a specific length of time, like teens must, nor do you have to practice a designated number of hours before you can take your road test. However, it’s highly recommended that you get enough practice in with a supervising driver so that you feel confident for your driving skills exam. While driving with a permit in Massachusetts, you must have a licensed adult driver with you in the passenger’s seat at all times.

When you feel you are ready, you can take the driving skills test to obtain your unrestricted license. You can schedule your road test online. You’ll need to provide your:

  • Learner’s permit number.
  • Name and birth date.
  • Social Security number.
  • Payment for your $35 road test fee.
    • You can also pay your $50 license fee at the same time, or you can pay it after you pass your road test.

At your road test, make sure to have with you:

  • Your learner’s permit.
  • A vehicle to test in, along with its valid registration.
  • A completed Class D or M Road Test Application (form RDT103).
  • A sponsor who is at least 21 years old, with at least 1 year of experience behind the wheel. They must bring their driver’s license to show the examiner.

If you’ve already paid your licensing fees, your examiner will stamp your learner’s permit and it will automatically become your temporary driver’s license. Your permanent license will arrive in the mail within 7 to 10 days. If you haven’t yet paid for your license, you’ll have 60 days to do so.

If you fail your first attempt at your road test, you’ll need to wait at least 2 weeks before you can try again. You’re allowed a total of 6 attempts to pass within a period of 12 months.

Driver’s License Requirements for New Massachusetts Residents

If you hold an out-of-state license and move to Massachusetts, you must immediately apply for your Massachusetts driver’s license—the state doesn’t offer any grace period.

Unlike many other states, Massachusetts does allow you to transfer an out-of-state learner’s permit, as well as a provisional license.

Transferring an Out-of-State Permit to Massachusetts

To qualify for conversion to a Massachusetts learner’s permit, you’ll need to meet the following provisions:

  • Your learner’s permit must have been issued within the last 2 years.
  • You’ll need to meet all Massachusetts identification requirements.
  • You must provide a certified driving record dated within the last 30 days.
  • If you’re under 18 years old, your parent or guardian will need to sign your application form.

Follow the steps outlined above for obtaining a MA learner’s permit based on whether you’re a minor or an adult. You won’t have to take the permit exam, but be prepared to pay the $35 permit fee.

Your new Massachusetts permit will be dated based on the original issue date from your previous state, and the time you’ve held it will count toward the 6-month holding requirement (applicable for those under 18 years old).

Transferring an Out-of-State Junior/Provisional License to Massachusetts

In order to convert your provisional or junior license from your previous state to a Massachusetts junior operator license (JOL), there are a few prerequisites you’ll have to meet.

  • If you took an out-of-state driver’s education course, it must meet Massachusetts’ minimum requirements for classroom and in-car training hours.
  • If you did not take Driver’s Ed, or your out-of-state course doesn’t meet the RMV’s minimum requirements, you’ll need to complete a Massachusetts driver education course.
  • You must also have completed the required practice hours behind the wheel with a supervising driver who can sign a statement to that fact.
    • Requirements for both Driver’s Ed and practice hours are outlined above in the section on applying for a minor’s driver license.
  • You’ll need a certified driving record dated within the last 30 days.

Under most circumstances, you will not be required to retake the driving skills exam. When you’re ready to apply, make an appointment at an RMV service center and:

  1. Complete a Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit or ID Card Application (form LIC 100). You can start your application online to save time.
  2. Provide your out-of-state license.
  3. Submit the required proofs of:
    1. Identity and lawful presence.
    2. Social Security number.
    3. Massachusetts residency.
      1. Your documents will differ slightly based on whether you want a REAL ID or a standard driver’s license (the REAL ID is highly recommended). Check out the RMV’s guide to acceptable documents for help.
  4. Provide either your out-of-state driver education certificate, or proof of completion for a MA driver’s education course.
  5. Submit a certified statement from your parent/guardian that you’ve completed the required driving practice hours.
  6. Submit your certified driving record.
  7. Have your photo taken.
  8. Pay the $115 conversion fee.

Your driving record will dictate whether you fall under Massachusetts’ passenger restriction for licensees under 18 years old. If you’ve had your out-of-state license for at least 6 months without any moving violations or suspensions, you won’t have to adhere to the passenger restriction.

Transferring an Out-of-State Unrestricted License to Massachusetts

If you have a full, unrestricted out-of-state driver’s license, the process of converting it to a MA driver’s license is relatively simple. Gather the following documents:

  • Your out-of-state driver’s license, current or expired for under 1 year.
    • If you don’t have your license, you’ll need a certified driving record dated within the last 30 days.
  • A completed Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit or ID Card Application (form LIC 100). You can start your application online to save time.
  • Proof of your:
    • Identity and lawful presence.
    • Social Security number.
    • Massachusetts residency.
      • Your documents will differ slightly based on whether you want a REAL ID or a standard driver’s license (the REAL ID is highly recommended). Check out the RMV’s guide to acceptable documents for help.

Make an appointment with an RMV Service Center and bring all of the above. If your license has been expired for over 1 year, you’ll also be required to:

  • Undergo a vision screening.
  • Take the RMV knowledge exam.
  • Pass the on-road driving skills test.
Sours: https://freedmvpracticetests.com/ma-massachusetts

AAA Office Locations

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REAL ID driver licenses and ID cards are processed at AAA. See details on REAL ID. 

AAA welcomes members and non-AAA members to its offices for DMV services. 

AAA offices perform the following DMV services:

When renewing at a AAA office, U.S. Citizens will have a choice of a regular or verified license or ID Card.  Please see information on the Real ID Program. 

Non-U.S. Citizens will need to visit a DMV office to apply for a verified renewal.

AAA offices do not process the following license-related services: 

  • Commercial Drivers' Licenses (CDL).

  • Licenses with endorsements/restrictions for public passengers.
  • Suspended drivers' licenses. Your license will not be renewed until your license privilege is restored.  See how to resolve a license suspension.
  • "Drive Only" license services.

Note: For CDLs and licenses with endorsements, please visit a DMV Hub Office.

AAA offices charges a convenience fee per DMV transaction.  The fee is $6.00 for AAA members and $8.00 for non-AAA members.

Acceptable forms of payment are: cash, money orders, personal checks and bank checks.  American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and most debit cards with MasterCard/Visa logo. Please make all checks payable to DMV.

Hours and locations for AAA offices that perform these DMV services. Please call AAA for any change in scheduled hours surrounding a holiday. 

Sours: https://portal.ct.gov/DMV/Offices/Offices/AAA-Office-Locations
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Massachusetts Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my MA Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What age can I apply for my permit in Mass.?

    You must be at least 16 or older in order to apply for a permit in Massachusetts.

  • What papers do I need to bring when applying for my license in Massachusetts?

    There is a short list of documents that you must bring with you when you apply for your license. The RMV has a wonderful interactive feature online at http://www.massrmv.com/that allows you to check the items you have within their system before arriving to see whether they are acceptable.
    You should be able to provide at least 3 identification documentssuch as:

    A document containing your signature:
    • U.S. or non-U.S. passport with your picture and signature on it
    • Current MA learner’s permit, MA license, or MA ID card
    • Out-of-state license with photo and signature
    • U.S. military or military dependent ID with picture and signature
    • Social Security Card
    A document proving you are a Massachusetts resident:
    • MA learner’s permit, MA license, or MA ID card
    • A utility bill no more than 60 days old that has your name and address
    • Tuition bill or student loan coupons, with your address, and no older than 12 months old
    • Original school transcript with your name and address on it no older than 12 months old
    • Original letter signed by the principal or headmaster of a MA college or high school on the school’s letterhead saying you are a resident and includes your name and birth day no older than 12 months old.
    • Medicaid award letter no older than 6 months old
    • Cell phone, credit card, doctor, or hospital bill sent inside the last 60 days
    • Notarized statement from parent/legal guardian that says you currently live with them.
    A document proving your date of birth:
    • A U.S. or non-U.S. passport with picture
    • Current MA learner’s permit, MA license, or MA ID card
    • Original birth certificate issued in the U.S. or its territories
    • Certified Court document that has a raised court seal and includes your full name and date of birth
    • Original letter signed by the principal or headmaster of a MA college or high school on the school’s letterhead that includes your name and birth day
  • Where do I apply for my driver’s license in MA?

    It’s simple to apply for your driver’s license; just go to any RMV branch to begin!

  • How do I contact the nearest MA RMV office?

    MA RMV branches can be contacted Monday through Friday 9:00am until 5:00pm. The RMV call center’s number is 617-351-4500 for area codes 339/617/781/857. All other area codes may contact 1-800-858-3926. The RMV can also be reached online at http://www.massrmv.com/. Locate your nearest RMV branch here.

  • Who needs to bring me for my permit test in MA?

    Your sponsor should bring you. A qualifying sponsor could be a parent, legal guardian, spouse, driving instructor or responsible licensed driver age 21 or older.

  • Is a physical required to get a permit in MA?

    No physical is required in order to get a permit, however, if you have a medical condition you must report it to the RMV office. The RMV Medical Affairs Branch will decide on a case by case basis if a restriction should be put on your license based on what you and your physician report. A restriction could be something like “Day Light Driving Only”. Another example would be if you needed corrected lenses to pass the vision test, your license would indicate “Corrective Lenses” restrictions.

  • Is a vision test required when applying for a Massachusetts driver’s license?

    Yes, a vision test is required when applying for a license in Massachusetts. The RMV clerk will test your vision acuity, color vision and peripheral vision. You are required to get a 20/40 on acuity and are encouraged to wear glasses or contacts if that is what you normally wear. Massachusetts will accept an RMV Vision Screening Certificate from your ophthalmologist or optometrist. The Vision Screening Certificate can be downloaded on the RMV website at www.mass.gov/rmv.

  • Where can I get a photo for my MA driver’s license taken?

    Massachusetts will only allow you to have your photo taken at the RMV office. The RMV wants to ensure that you are the actual person in the photograph. Your face must be clearly visible. No hats, scarves, veils, glasses, sunglasses, or caps can be worn. Scarves and caps may be allowed if it is for religious purposes.

  • What colors should I avoid wearing when taking picture for my license?

    There are no colors you should avoid. Wear what ever color you like!

  • Do I need to put up hair when taking driver’s license photo?

    You may wear your hair the same way you would normally wear it; however, it should not be covering your face or your eyes. The purpose of the photo is to be able to identify who you really are. Besides, you would not want to hide that amazing face!

  • What make-up to wear when I get my MA driver’s license picture taken?

    Wear your normal make-up; however, the less make-up the better. As long as you are not wearing so much make-up to where you are unrecognizable, you will be fine!

  • Why is it best not to smile when taking your drivers license picture?

    Some states are moving towards face recognition technology that will be able to uniquely identify each individual. A straight face on the photo helps distinguish who you really are. This is all in an effort to stop fraud.

  • What are some tips for getting the best out of the driver’s license picture?

    Look straight into the camera and keep a calm and relaxed face!

  • I have already applied for my Mass. license, what do I do next?

    After you have successfully applied for your Mass. License you will receive your permit. From this point, you should be preparing yourself for the road test. You do this by…
    • Successfully completing an RMV approved driver education and training program, which includes 30 hours of classroom instruction; 12 hours of in-car, behind-the-wheel training; and 6 hours of in-car experience observing other student drivers.
    • Completing at least 40 hours of supervised behind-the-wheel driving.
  • I have a question that’s not answered above. What do I do?

    If you need any further assistance, you’re welcome to contact us directly at [email protected]

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How Can I Get Ready for my MA Permit Test? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What things do I need to study for the MA permit test?

    MA RMV recommends that you study the entire driver’s manual because the questions are random and will come from different sections of the official MA Driver’s Manual.

  • Where can I study for my Massachusetts permit test?

    Take our FREE MA Permit Practice Test as many times as you want until you’re 100% ready! You may also study at home, school, library or any place where you can easily concentrate. Tools such as the official MA driver’s manual will be useful, too.

  • Do I need Driver’s Ed. to be eligible for a MA learner’s permit?

    Yes, you do if you are under 18. Driver’s education improves your chances of passing. You may take driver’s education at a high school or driving school. You must complete the program, take the final exam and have the certificate electronically kept on file with the RMV.

  • Where can I get the official 2021 MA driver’s manual?

    A manual can be easily obtained from your nearest RMV branch or downloaded and printed for free at http://www.massrmv.com/. You can also check out the Massachusetts driver’s manual on our website.

  • Do I have to read the whole Massachusetts driver’s manual to pass the permit test?

    Yes, you are advised to adequately prepare yourself by reading the entire manual. You never know what questions you will be asked regarding the rules of the road. Especially pay attention to….
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  • Is there a mobile Massachusetts Practice Test app for my iPhone/iPad?

    Yes, there is. We are currently working on finalizing it and will be launching it shortly! It’s a great way to study for your MA written test.

  • What are the example questions on the MA permit test?

    The questions on the test will be completely random which is why you are advised to study the entire manual. Sample questions may be something like this:
    • “Which of the following are dangers a bicyclist face when on the roads?”
    • “What is the fundamental Speed law in Massachusetts?”
    • “Which of the following must influence how fast you drive?”
    There are several websites around that offer sample test questions. Most of them will offer you a low-quality free test, but will charge you for the full test. Take our FULL 100% FREE MA Permit Practice Test-- it’s a proven way to help you prepare, and the questions are amazingly similar to what you’ll get at the real RMV Test!
  • How is the test graded?

    You are graded on how many questions you answer correctly. If you answer at least 18 out of 25 correctly then you pass.

  • Where can I find free MA permit practice tests online?

    Take our FREE MA Permit Practice Test here: MA Permit Practice Test.

  • Where can I go to take my permit test in MA?

    Just go to your local RMV branch to take your permit test.

  • What should I do the night before my Massachusetts permit test?

    After you have spent efficient time preparing yourself, you should look over the information once more just as a reminder. After you do that, get plenty of rest and look forward to the next day!

  • What’s the average number of people who fail their first driving permit test in MA?

    Nearly half the number of people, who take their permit test, fail on the first try. This can be due to reasons such as nervousness. Another reason people fail their test on the first try is because they were not well prepared.

  • How do I know when I’m ready to take my MA permit test?

    The best way to know if you are ready is if you have studied and taken the practice tests available for free online. If you can pass those easily, you should be ready to take the actual exam. Remember, once you are in the exam room, you will be given a few practice questions before you begin. If you have taken the practice test available for free at https://driving-tests.org/massachusetts/massachusetts-dmv-practice-test/ and feel comfortable with your score, you are ready!

  • I think I’m ready for my Mass. permit test, how do I proceed?

    So, you think you’re ready to take the permit test. Well, if you’ve studied, you should be ready. The next step is to gather 3 identification documents: one showing proof of your signature, one showing proof of your birth and one showing proof of your residence. You will also need your social security number which will be checked with the Social Security Administration. You will need your application signed by your parent if you are under age 18. You can get the application at the RMV or it will save much time if you print it offline at http://www.massrmv.com/. And don’t forget the permit test fee!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Taking Your Massachusetts Permit Test

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  • Where do I sign up for a MA permit?

    Signing up for a permit is simple. Just go to your local RMV branch to get started. Be sure to take your written test fee along with your 3 proofs of identity (proof of birth, proof of signature, and proof of residence). If you are under the age of 18, your parent must sign the back of your application for you.

  • When can I get my permit in MA?

    Massachusetts allows you to sign up for your permit starting at age 16.

  • What documents do I need to take with me for my permit test in Massachusetts?

    There are a few things you will need to bring when you go to take your permit test.
    • Three forms of ID: One showing your signature, one showing your date of birth, one showing your residence. All documents must be original. You can see if the documents you have are acceptable by using a cool interactive online feature found at www.mass.gov/rmv.
    • Bring $30 bucks for the permit test
    • And an application form with your parents signature on the back if you are under age 18
  • How much does the permit test in MA cost?

    The permit test costs $30 bucks. You have the option of paying $50 upfront, which will cover the permit test and road test, or you may pay $30 for the permit test first and $20 for the road test later. If you fail the test you must pay this fee again.

  • When I take my MA permit test, do my parents have to go with me?

    Not necessarily. Your sponsor who must be a licensed driver over the age of 21 should bring you.

  • What do I need to know to pass my MA permit test?

    You will definitely need to be able to answer question regarding alcohol abuse, license suspensions, rules of the road and road signs. You are expected to know what to do in adverse weather conditions, accidents and emergencies.

  • How many questions are there on the MA permit test?

    There are only 25 questions on the exam. The questions will be chosen randomly from different sections of the Driver’s Manual.

  • What is the passing score on the MA permit test?

    You have 25 minutes to answer at least 18 out of 25 questions correctly.

  • How many questions can I miss on the MA permit test 2021?

    You are only allowed to miss 7 questions so pace yourself and concentrate!

  • What are the common errors I should avoid when taking the MA permit test?

    The MA permit test will test your knowledge about the rules of the road, including special driving situations. Not being able to answer questions regarding special driving conditions can be a major error. Special driving conditions include cases involving emergency vehicles, right-of-way, stopping for a police officer, skidding and running off the pavement.

  • Can I use the MA driver’s handbook when I take the actual permit test at the RMV?

    No, but the cool thing is, you get to answer practice questions before the actual exam begins.

  • Do I get a drug test when I get a learner’s permit in Massachusetts?

    No, a drug test is not necessary when applying for a permit in Massachusetts.

  • Where is the easiest RMV office to pass my permit test in MA?

    Since the permit test is computerized and the questions are randomly picked, everywhere is pretty much the same. Just prepare yourself by studying the manual and taking practice tests available online. Once you go into the RMV, you will be given a chance to take a few practice questions on the kiosk before the real exam.

  • How do I read some feedback from people who already passed their permit test in MA?

    Check out all the Facebook comments below the test here! This is written by real people who have taken the test.

  • What happens if I fail the MA written test?

    If you fail the test, don’t beat yourself up about it. In Massachusetts, close to half of everyone fails their permit test on the first try. If you do fail, just prepare yourself to take it again. You will have to pay another $30 application fee.

  • If I fail my MA written test, when is the next time I can take it?

    You may take the driving test again as soon as you feel ready. It is recommended that you wait until you have better prepared yourself before you retake it again as it costs $30 each time you take it.

  • Who can I drive with in Mass. with a permit?

    If you hold a permit in Massachusetts, you must have a licensed driver at least 21 or older with you.

  • Where can I drive with my MA learner’s permit?

    You may drive anywhere you like, as long as you have a licensed driver age 21 or older in the vehicle with you. If you are under age 18 you are not allowed to drive between 12:00am and 5:00am unless you are with your parent or legal guardian.

  • I have passed my MA RMV permit test, what are my next steps?

    Congratulations, you have won half the battle! Now, your next step is to complete a driver’s education and training program approved by the RMV. It must include 30 hours of classroom training. Twelve of those hours must be behind-the-wheel, and six of those hours must be in the car observing other student drivers. You have to also show a certified statement from your parent or guardian stating that you have had an additional 40 hours of supervised, behind-the-wheel driving.

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Getting Ready for Your Massachusetts Driving Exam (a.k.a. Road Test): FAQ

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  • What things should I practice for on my MA behind the wheel exam?

    Being able to drive safely is very important. Be sure to practice driving:
    • On streets, roads and alleys
    • In traffic circles
    • On expressways and freeways
    • In special crossings
    • In intersections
    • In traffic hazards
  • Where can I practice driving in MA?

    You may practice driving anywhere you like in Massachusetts. You must have a permit and you must have a licensed driver over the age of 21 in the vehicle with you at all times. You should get plenty of practice in different driving situations so that you are adequately prepared.

  • Why is it important to spend time practicing before taking the road test?

    Without practice, there is no way you would be prepared for the pressures of the road let along a road test. Practice prepares you for the actual exam as well as keeps you and others safe, and most importantly ALIVE!

  • Where can I find a driving school in MA to learn driving?

    You may use a driving school found through a high school, or an RMV licensed school. The school must be accredited by the Massachusetts RMV. Visit the RMV website at http://www.massrmv.com/ in order to locate acceptable driving schools near you.

  • What things will I be asked to perform on my MA driving exam?

    You will be asked to demonstrate common parts of the car such as brake lights, windshield wipers, signal lights, and head lights. Once you are behind the wheel, you will most likely be asked to drive through traffic circles and intersections. You will be asked to back up, turn around, pass, and parallel park.

  • Is the MA road test hard?

    Usually, those who say this test is difficult, were very nervous or inadequately prepared. Just relax you will do FINE!

  • What should I do the night before my Massachusetts road test?

    By this point, you should have had plenty of practice. You should be able to handle yourself behind-the-wheel. A great idea would be for you to take another practice test with a responsible driver age 21 or older. Once you’ve finished, you should relax and look forward to being a licensed driver soon!

  • How do I schedule a driving test in MA?

    You may schedule your road test by going on http://www.massrmv.com/ or by calling 866-MASSRMV (866-627-7768).

  • Where do I go to take my Massachusetts driving test?

    You must go to your nearest RMV center to take the road test.

  • Where is my nearest test center?

    It is really easy to locate your nearest testing center. Just go online to http://www.massrmv.com/ and begin searching.

  • Where do I get a car for my MA driving test?

    If you do not have your own vehicle but are enrolled in a driving school, you may use their vehicle to test in.

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  • Who can I take with me for my Massachusetts driving test?

    You must bring your sponsor. A sponsor is a licensed driver over the age of 21 who has held their license for more than one year.

  • How do I pass my Massachusetts road test the first time?

  • What things should I keep in mind when taking a driver’s test in MA?

    It’s always good to remember to:
    • Have both hands on the wheel
    • Drive in your lane ONLY and check mirrors as well as look over your shoulder before changing lanes.
    • Yield to right of way
    • Stay within the speed limit
    • Be aware of other drivers
    We also recommend that you study this guide: Road Test Tips: Your Ultimate Guide To Passing Your Driving Test.
  • What are the most common mistakes people make at the Massachusetts road test?

    The most common mistake is speeding. You should be cautious of your speed while driving. Other mistakes that would be grounds for automatic failure include:
    • An accident with another vehicle, pedestrian, or object.
    • Driving recklessly or dangerously.
    • Going against the examiner instructions.
  • When taking the driving test in MA what are the first things the examiner will ask?

    The first thing the examiner will do is properly inspect your vehicle. After that, you will be asked to demonstrate hand signals such as left and right turns and stop. From that point, you will be asked to start your engine and the actual road test will begin.

  • What will I be asked to do on the driving test in MA?

    You will be asked to perform common driving maneuvers such as starting and stopping the vehicle, parallel parking, turning around in curves, making left and right turns, backing up, maneuvering the vehicle on a hill, entering and leaving intersections, recognizing and obeying traffic signs and more.

  • Can I wear contacts/glasses when taking the MA behind the wheel exam?

    Sure you can, if this is what you normally use to see with.

  • Will I have to retake the written exam once again when taking my MA driving test?

    No, luckily you aren’t required to take the written exam again once you have taken the road test.

  • How many other people can I have on a MA driving test in the car with me?

    Unlike many states, Massachusetts allows your sponsor to be in the vehicle with you and the examiner. Your sponsor is a licensed driver age 21 or older. Only you, your sponsor and the examiner are allowed in the car during your exam.

  • What if I fail my driver’s test in Massachusetts 2/3/4/5 times?

    Each time you fail, you must pay a $20 testing fee. You will only be given 6 tries inside a 12 month period.

  • Why do people fear driving and how do I get over the fear of driving?

    Some people develop a fear for driving after they have had an accident. The human brain has realized there is a danger involved and as a result your subconscious blows this phobia out of proportion. Websites such as www.fear-of-driving.org can help you further explore ways of overcoming the fear. Also taking driver’s courses may help build confidence.

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I Have Passed the MA Road Test! What’s Next? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What happens after I pass my MA road test?

    You did it! Congratulations on becoming a newly licensed driver! The examiner will stamp the back of your learner’s permit which will serve as a temporary license valid for 30 days. Your permanent license will arrive in the mail to you within a few weeks.

  • Are there any limitations on my MA driver’s license after I get it?

    If you are under 18 years old, you aren’t allowed to have anyone in the vehicle with you less than 18 years old for the first 6 months unless you have a driver age 21 or older in the car with you. The only exception is if they are your immediate family member. You are also not allowed to drive between the hours of 12:30 am and 5:00 am

  • What things should I keep in mind when driving in Massachusetts for the first time?

    These tips are great to follow whether you are new to MA or a seasoned driver. According to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, you should always keep winter supplies in your car in the case of emergencies. You should keep plenty of room for stops. In Massachusetts, the weather always determines the speed. So if the weather is adverse, you should slow down. During the winter months, it is good to remember that exiting ramps may get less anti-icing material so be careful. Don’t cut quickly in front of big trucks because they take longer to stop. And of course wear your seat bet at all times.

  • What type of car insurance should I get in MA?

    You should get car insurance that will cover both you and the other driver in the case of an accident. Massachusetts requires that you at least have liability coverage; however, full coverage is ideal.

  • What do I need to get my first Massachusetts auto insurance?

    Getting auto insurance is one of the easiest things to do. All you need with most companies is a driver’s license and vehicle to get started. Go to www.massautoquote.com for information about auto policies in Massachusetts.

  • On average, how much is car insurance in MA?

    Car insurance rates will be determined by your age, your vehicle type, where you live and how many people are covered on the policy. In 2005, Massachusetts was 4th for the most expensive car insurance in the nation. This is due to the high accident rates there. So you can expect to pay a pretty penny.

  • What is the cheapest car insurance I can get in Massachusetts?

    In order to find really cheap car insurance, you will have to do your homework. Search online for the best deals. Sometimes, insurance companies will give you discounts if you are a student, if you have taken driving courses or if you keep your car in a garage. Here are a few companies that cover the Massachusetts area:
    • Commerce
    • Arbella
    • Encompass
    • Liberty Mutual
    • National Grange Mutual
  • Where do I get the cheapest auto insurance in MA?

    You can easily find companies online or you may look in your phone book. Just look for “cheap car insurance”. A few companies you can look at are:
    • Amica
    • Electric
    • One Beacon
    • Premier
    • Plymouth Rock
  • Why is the car insurance in MA so expensive when the driver’s license is new?

    Car insurance is usually more expensive for all new drivers. New drivers have higher accident rates which cost insurance companies more money. By charging new license driver holders more money, insurance companies are able to deflect some of the higher costs. Keeping a safe driving record will lower the rate over time.

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I Have Failed My Massachusetts Road Test! What’s Next? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • I have failed my Mass. road test, when can I retake it?

    You may take your road test again as soon as the next day. You will have to pay your $20 road test fee again.

  • I have failed my road test in MA, what should I do next?

Sours: https://driving-tests.org/massachusetts/

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