Cost: See Mass-RMV Registry fee listing
Description: Non-CDL License Renewals. License Renewals can be processed 364 days in advance of the expiration, and up to two years after expiration date.
Process: Member should present their existing photo license along with other documentation Refer to “Massachusetts Identification (ID) requirements
Processing Time: A temporary license is printed and given after a review of paperwork and payment. The physical license is mailed within 10 days after processing.
Address Changes: A change of address may be completed as part of the License Renewal transaction.
Physical Description Changes: Changes to physical appearance can be made as part of the License Renewal transaction, except Gender Changes. All Gender Changes must be substantiated and completed at a Full-Service RMV Office.
Name Changes: Name changes must be completed at a Full-Service RMV Office. AAA offices can only do a name change as part of a REAL ID transaction with proof of name change
Eye Exams: License Renewal Applicants will be given and must pass the official Mass RMV-Registry Eye Exam as part of the renewal process. At least 20/40 distant visual acuity in either eye, with or without corrective lenses, and not less than 120 degrees combined horizontal peripheral field of vision to be eligible for a license. Members may ask their Optometrist or Ophthalmologists to sign an official Class D and M Vision Screening Certificate and the eye exam procedure will be omitted. Click here for more information.
Note: Renew on or after your 21st birthday to receive a standard horizontal license.
Veteran Status: The State of Massachusetts now allows honorably discharged Veteran's to have "Veteran" status added to their license. AAA is now permitted to add the Veteran status. Veteran's status can be added by bringing your honorable discharge paperwork.