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MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles will conduct an information session on issues facing senior drivers entitled “Shifting Gears” on Thursday, February 14, 10am- 12pm, Watertown Mall RMV Branch.

The session will be held in the Mall just outside the branch office.  MassDOT RMV's Michele Ellicks will provide information about senior driver issues, including:

  • Recent research concerning mature drivers
  • Alternative forms of transportation and local community resources
  • Commonwealth’s rules of the road
  • Recent changes at the RMV
  • Warning signs of unsafe driving
  • Requirements to apply for a handicap placard or plate and Massachusetts identification card

Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation representatives will discuss Lemon Laws, identity theft, and provide information and examples of scam websites that target the RMV and its customers.

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