Massachusetts RMV driving test, MA drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
MA Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Massachusetts RMV test and will help you pass your Massachusetts Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
MA Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your RMV's written test to obtain your Massachusetts motorcycle license.
MA CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Massachusetts commercial driver license.
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Massachusetts road rules theory can be learn and memorized by Massachusetts RMV's flash cards or RMV Massachusetts's list of questions option or both. Choose whatever options works best for you. Become better driver in Massachusetts.
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Read PDF Massachusetts RMV's manual
Reading RMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Massachusetts state. We suggest to read a Massachusetts RMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
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Everything about Massachusetts’ Learner’s Permit Exam and Driving Road Test
You can start the process of obtaining a driver license in Massachusetts when you are at least 16. To operate regular passenger cars and minivans, you need a Class D license, which can be issued after passing a road exam, proving your driving skills. To gain these skills, you have to practice driving on the state’s roads, but this is allowed only to those persons who hold a learner’s permit. Thus, the process of earning DL in MA starts from submitting an application for the permit to the state Registry of motor vehicles.
The following documents must be provided:
- proofs of date of birth, signature, and residence;
- a parental consent (for minors under 18).
$30 fee is also required. Upon paying the fee, you’ll be admitted to testing, which includes an eye screening and a driver license permit test. In Massachusetts, it covers 25 questions, and only 7 mistakes can be made to pass the test. The written test is automated and available on a walk-in basis. The exam can be taken in oral form if a person provides proofs of disabilities preventing him/her from taking the standard exam.
When the permit is obtained, you are allowed to drive if accompanied by a licensed Class D driver, who is at least 21 and who has held a driver’s license for at least a year. Also, you must observe other learner’s permit restrictions.
If you are 18 and have the permit, you can be admitted to a road examination, which is available by appointment. Persons aged between 16 ½ and 18 are allowed to the exam provided they have parental consent and satisfy Junior Operator License requirements. If the road exam is passed, Class D license is issued, but for minors under 18 it still implies certain restrictions.
Massachusetts Class M license is available for applicants, who are older than 18 and hold a learner’s permit of a corresponding class. Minors aged between 16 ½ and 18 can receive the license or motorcycle endorsement if they have parental consent, satisfy Junior Operator License requirements and have completed a Rider Education Program, approved by the state. Note that upon the completion of the program applicants are not required to pass a road exam, but still must undergo a pre-driving test to earn the motorcycle learner’s permit.
To apply for the permit, a person has to complete an application form, pay $30 fee and provide identification documents (parental consent is also needed for minors under 18). Then, the applicant is required to undergo a vision screening and an automated knowledge test, which consists of 25 questions. Eighteen of them must be answered correctly to pass the test.
Commercial Driver’s License
Like other states, MA offers Class A, B, and C CDL and a number of endorsements for different types of commercial vehicles. These can only be obtained if the applicant holds a valid MA Class D license. Applicants aged 18 can earn the license for intrastate transportation only, while persons who are over 21 are allowed to cross states lines.
Before taking a road exam for CDL, you must get a commercial learner’s permit, which allows driving practice. It is necessary to collect your application, DL, ID documents (including those showing your legal presence), a self-certification form and a medical certificate, approved by D.O.T. The fees you must pay include $30 written test fee and endorsements fees. The knowledge test consists of 50 questions, and 40 of them must be answered correctly. Also, there are additional exams, the choice of which depends on a class or endorsement.
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