Learner's permit in Massachusetts
How to get your learner's permit in Massachusetts
Your learner's permit in Massachusetts is a very important step to in becoming a licensed driver. You will have to be at least 16 years old to be eligible to apply for a learner's permit in Massachusetts along with a few other rules and regulations. Make sure you have never been issued a license before, and if you have been issued a driver's license in another state outside of Massachusetts you will have to be a new resident of Massachusetts and the other driver's license must have been expired for over a year.
How to get your learner's permit in Massachusetts:
- If you are younger than 18, you will have to bring your parent or legal guardian with you to sign your application form.
- Get a copy of the Massachusetts driver's manual to be prepared for your required written exam.
Be prepared to bring the following with you:
- Proper ID.
- You will be required to provide proof of residency if you are 18 years of age or older and signature verification is required.
- Your Social Security card.
- Cash, Check, or Credit card to pay for your learner's permit.
- You need to have your photo and signature captured electronically.
- You will have to pass a written exam.
- You will have to pass a vision exam.
After passing both exams, you will then be issued a Massachusetts learner's permit.
Remember, when driving with your learner's permit in Massachusetts you must have someone who is older than 21 and licensed sitting next to you at all times.
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