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As part of Governor Patrick's ongoing efforts to make government services more efficient and accessible, the RMV unveiled its newest customer-friendly online service.   Registrar Rachel Kaprielian says Massachusetts drivers will now be able to view their driving record through secure online access and download or request a certified copy. The driver record transaction adds to the “Express Lane” services on the RMV website.

Drivers have two options for obtaining a copy of their record online. Their unattested driving record can be viewed onscreen, and can be downloaded, saved and/or printed for $6. A certified copy of their record which contains the Registrar's signature can be ordered online for $20. The RMV will send the requested certified copy to the address of the driver listed on the record.  Kaprielian says multiple safeguards are in place to protect each driver's private information. 

In January, Registry customers were given the ability to look up their licenses online to determine when they expire and whether they can renew online.

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