What do I need to know for my road test in MA?
During Your Massachusetts Road Test
- Take a few deep breaths. This will help you feel more calm, present, and relaxed–the ideal state for testing.
- Know your hand signals.
- Remember the E-brake.
- Go slow.
- Turn into the correct lane.
- Look in the direction you’re driving.
- Enjoy and trust that you’re prepared!
Is the MA RMV doing road tests?
Vehicle requirements State vehicles, with limited exceptions, are being used for the foreseeable future to conduct road tests to ensure the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their sponsors. Vehicles will be cleaned and disinfected between tests.
How many mistakes can you make on MA road test?
You can fail your driving test for too many driving faults/minor faults. You are allowed up to 15 driving faults on a test, anything more than this will result in a fail.
Do you need to bring a car for a road test in Massachusetts?
Applicants who must take a road test as part of their license reinstatement process are required to provide an acceptable vehicle for the road test. Generally, this vehicle must have an accessible console brake and a seat for the sponsor.
Do I need a sponsor for my road test in Massachusetts?
Massachusetts road tests require the test-taker to bring a sponsor. This means an experienced, state-licensed driver who is at least 21 years old. During the road test, the sponsor is required to sit behind you in the back seat while you take your test.
How do I contact RMV in Taunton MA?
Taunton RMV. Use (857) 368-8000 from area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts. All others use (800) 858-3926.
Where do you park for the Taunton RMV test?
Instead, Taunton RMV test administrators direct students to park between cars parked on a street. I understand that this is real life parking and cones are not.
How do I get a road test in Massachusetts?
Use (857) 368-8000 from area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts. All others use (800) 858-3926. Hours & availability may change. Please call before visiting. To schedule a road test appointment call (857) 368-8000 from area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside Massachusetts.
Why has the DVSA stopped publishing driving test routes?
Recently the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) stopped publishing the driving test routes for each test centre to prevent test candidates from practicing the routes that the examiners take you on.