Registrar Rachel Kaprielian, Registry of Motor Vehicles
RMV is pleased to announce the successful launch of a joint program with Massachusetts district courts to electronically transfer criminal dispositions from courts to the RMV on a daily basis. The automated reporting program is designed to streamline a cumbersome administrative function and will significantly reduce delays in processing the information used to revoke driving privileges where such action is legally permissible.
This is an unprecedented collaboration between the RMV and district courts to address a decades old problem in up-dating driver records. Learn more here.
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