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    The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has recently discontinued its license renewal reminder e-mail service and it has not mailed paper renewal notices since 2009.

    In response to this, my law office now provides driver’s license renewal reminders as a free public service. Those interested in receiving these reminders can register by clicking here.

    This is offered as a free public service which benefits both citizens and government. The information provided will be kept confidential and not released or used for any purpose other than to remind drives of the expiration of their licenses. There is no advertising or solicitation associated with this free service.

    In today’s society, a valid driver’s license is the most common form of identification requested by banks, nightclubs, liquor stores, rental car agencies, and other financial and governmental establishments. Whether an unsuspecting person is stopped by the police and found to be operating unlicensed, denied admittance to a government building, cannot cash a check, fill a prescription, or is denied travel at an airport security checkpoint, being caught with an expired license can be extremely frustrating. The goal of this free service is to help prevent these situations.


    Attorney Brian E. Simoneau

    Brian E. Simoneau, Esq.
    161 Worcester Road, Suite 200
    Framingham, MA 01701
    P: 508-656-0057
    F: 508-302-0212
    T: @briansimoneau
    E: brian@simoneau.com
    W: http://rmvlawyer.com

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