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Governor Baker AAA HadleyToday, Governor Charlie Baker joined MassDOT Registrar of Motor Vehicles Erin Deveney and executives from AAA Northeast (AAA NE) in Hadley to announce the latest AAA Registry Services location to begin providing RMV license and registration renewal services to members.

“Today marks the doubling of our efforts to expand this public-private partnership with AAA to offer RMV services outside of the branches and progress towards saving individuals valuable time,” said Governor Baker. “We will continue to pursue changes that offer more choices and more convenience to RMV customers.”

“The start of Registry Services here in Hadley marks the completion of our expansion project that doubles from 6 to 12 the number of AAA locations offering RMV transactions,” said Registrar Erin Deveney. “At the RMV, we continue to focus on customer-service delivery that is concise, friendly and professional. In AAA, we have a like-minded partner when it comes to putting the customer first.”

AAA members may renew or get a duplicate license or ID card, register their passenger vehicles or commercial vehicle under 55,000 pounds. AAA services include the commercial renewals, as well as registration amendments and transfers, and duplicate titles. For a complete list of transactions, visit http://www.southernnewengland.aaa.com. AAA offers its members the only in-person, RMV services available on the weekend, Saturday mornings from 9am -1pm.

Registry services are now available at AAA Pioneer Valley locations in Hadley and West Springfield. AAA Northeast offers services at offices in Burlington, Framingham, Newburyport, Newton, Rockland, Saugus, Somerset, South Dennis, Westwood and Worcester.

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