How to Request Your Massachusetts Driving Record

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) offers two types of driving records:  Unattested and True & Attested.  Both contain the same information, but the True & Attested record has a validation stamp and may be used for official reasons, such as a Court hearing.  The fee for an Unattested record is $6, while a True & Attested record is $20.

Either type of Massachusetts driving record may be requested online, by mail, in person, or by telephone.

To request online, visit the Massachusetts RMV website and follow the directions.  A credit card will be required to pay the fee.  

To request a Massachusetts driving record by mail, send a written request (must contain your name, DOB, drivers license number, address) and a $20 check or money order to:

Attn:  Driving Records

Registry of Motor Vehicles

Court Records Department

Boston, MA  02205-5896

To make a request by phone, call the Massachusetts RMV Telephone Center.  A credit card will be required to pay the fee.

If you would like to request an Unattested driving record, you may go to any full service RMV branch office.  True & Attested records may be requested in person only at the Chinatown/Boston Branch location.  

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