If you are between 16½ and 18 years old, you may schedule a Class D (passenger) or M (motorcycle) road test only if you have a Driver's Education Certificate. If you do not have a Driver's Education Certificate, you must be 18 years of age or older to schedule a road test.
Refer to the Driver's Manual for the list of items you must bring to the road test, sponsor and vehicle requirements, and what driving skills you may be asked to demonstrate.
Notice: Junior operators must attend the Massachusetts Rider Education Program, which includes a skills test, to obtain Class M license before turning 18.
Class D and Class M Road Test Locations By City/Town
Book a CDL Road Test
To schedule an appointment for a Commercial Driver's License ( CDL) road test, call the RMV Telephone Center. Click here for the CDL Road Test Information Sheet.
CDL Road Test Locations By City/Town
A road test must be cancelled at least 72 hours before the scheduled test to avoid paying another road test fee. Call the RMV Telephone Center to cancel and/or reschedule a road test.
Road tests will be automatically cancelled when...
- The Governor declares a state of emergency for the entire state
- The Governor declares a state of emergency in a certain region of the state (only road tests in this region will be cancelled)
When a public school system cancels classes for weather-related reasons, road tests scheduled in that school system's community may be cancelled at the discretion of the RMV.
Road Test Examiners may also cancel road tests when weather conditions are considered unsafe at a particular road test site.
To determine if your road test has been canceled, please call the RMV's Phone Center or check the RMV's Homepage.
You may reschedule a new road test at no additional fee if your road test was cancelled due to weather conditions.