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Mass. License Or ID Expiring This Summer? Don't Worry. The RMV Says You Have Time To Renew

A man walks to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles office in Lawrence, Mass., on May 5. (Charles Krupa/AP)
A man walks to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles office in Lawrence, Mass., on May 5. (Charles Krupa/AP)

Did your Massachusetts driver's license expire in the last two months? Will it expire this summer? If so, don't fret about getting to the state's Registry of Motor Vehicles to renew it right away amid the pandemic.

Due to ongoing public health concerns around the coronavirus, the state's RMV is offering extensions to people whose licenses or IDs have expired since around the start of crisis, as well as to those whose licenses will expire throughout the summer months.

If your license or ID expired in March or April — or if it will expire by the end of May — it will now be considered valid until September.

For those whose licenses or IDs expire come June, an extension has been granted until October.

Those set to expire in July and August will now be good until November and December, respectively.

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