How do you replace or renew learners permits in Massachusetts? Massachusetts

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Replace or Renew Massachusetts Permits

Renew a Driving Permit


If your two-year MA learners permit has expired you'll need to renew the permit it by taking and passing the written test again. Just like the first time you took the test you'll need to prepare by studying the state's drivers license manual. This can be downloaded from the RMV website. Or, if you prefer a hardcopy, visit any RMV office.

After studying, gauge your exam-readiness by taking at least one practice permit test. These tests abound online, allowing you to take as many as you deem necessary.

When you feel you're ready for the test visit any RMV office with:

  • Proper identification.
  • A completed Class D, M, or D/M License and ID Card Application. This can be downloaded from the RMV website.
  • Cash or a check or credit card (MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Discover) to pay the $30 renewal fee.

Replace a Learners Permit


You'll need to apply for a duplicate learners permit if your original permit is lost or stolen. This requires visiting any RMV office with:

  • Proper identification.
  • Cash or a check or credit card (Visa, Discover, MasterCard, American Express) to pay the $15 duplicate driving permit fee.

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