Don't Miss your Mass. License Renewal Date!
Framingham, Massachusetts (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Due to budget cuts, the Registry of Motor Vehicles was forced to stop mailing license expiration reminders in 2009. Due to circumstances beyond its control, it recently ceased providing e-mail reminders. Fortunately, on March 12th, Mass. RMV Lawyers launched a free new license expiration reminder service for Massachusetts drivers.
Registering for this new service takes less than a minute and you will automatically receive e-mail reminders 45 and 10 days prior to the expiration of your driver’s license.
This is provided as a free public service to Massachusetts drivers. Your information will be kept confidential and not released or used for any purpose other than to remind you of the expiration of your license. There is no advertising or solicitation associated with this license renewal reminder service.
In today’s society, a valid driver’s license is the most common form of identification requested by banks, nightclubs, liquor stores, pharmacies, car rental agencies, and other financial and governmental establishments. Therefore, getting caught with an expired license can be extremely traumatic. Whether you are stopped by the police and found to be operating unlicensed, denied admittance to a government building, cannot cash a check, or denied travel at an airport security checkpoint, these frustrating situations are preventable. This goal of this free service is to help insure that you do not miss your Mass. Driver’s License Renewal Date.
Mass. RMV Lawyers are private practice attorneys who handle license suspension and revocation appeals. We are not a government agency or affiliated with MassDOT or the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.