MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles Registrar Rachel Kaprielian announced today that Massachusetts drivers may now complete their online duplicate registrations in real time and print them out at home.
RMV began offering this service in April and already more than 1,600 customers have printed out their own registration copy. Additionally, every customer knew immediately whether the RMV had approved the application for a duplicate registration.
The duplicate registration online home printout service is one of 19 new Internet transactions available at www.mass.gov/rmv which have increased customer traffic by 40%. In 2010 the RMV processed 132,664 duplicate registrations with 35,955 processed online. Customers need a MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express or electronic check in order to complete a transaction.
In addition to the real-time online duplicate registration service, customers can use the RMV website to order a new license and complete all the necessary paperwork, register as an organ tissue donor, book a road test and sign up for a free reminder service.
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