Post Content

RMV Attleboro, LG, Registrar 30OCT09 Lt. Governor Tim Murray joined RMV Registrar Rachel Kaprielian today in Attleboro to open the new RMV Express Branch.  The new Attleboro branch is located in the former post office building next to City Hall.  The space is rent-free. 

The branch will offer license and registration renewals Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Check out nearby parking on a map.

The RMV has added eight new online services over the past two years, including license, registration and title inquiries as well as license and registration renewals.  Visit our virtual branch and join our new electronic reminder service for license renewals here.

Written By:

Recent Posts

MassDOT Winter Storm Update posted on Nov 30

MassDOT Winter Storm Update

MassDOT is advising the public that the National Weather Service has updated its forecast, predicting that by mid-day Sunday there will be a mix of heavy snow, freezing rain and strong wind gusts in Western Massachusetts which will arrive in eastern regions, including the Greater   …Continue Reading MassDOT Winter Storm Update

MassDOT Weekend Travel Advisory posted on Nov 29

MassDOT Weekend Travel Advisory

MassDOT is advising the public that the National Weather Service is forecasting a mix of heavy snow, freezing rain and strong wind gusts across the state beginning during the afternoon hours on Sunday, December 1. The storm is developing from west to east and is   …Continue Reading MassDOT Weekend Travel Advisory

Governor Baker Signs Legislation Requiring Hands-Free Use of Electronic Devices While Driving posted on Nov 26

Governor Baker Signs Legislation Requiring Hands-Free Use of Electronic Devices While Driving

Governor Charlie Baker signed legislation to improve road safety in the Commonwealth, which stipulates that no motor vehicle operator may use electronic devices while driving unless the technology is being used hands-free. The legislation, which adopts recommendations from the Commonwealth’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan, also   …Continue Reading Governor Baker Signs Legislation Requiring Hands-Free Use of Electronic Devices While Driving