Helpful resources from the RMV
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of teen deaths. Roadway safety in Massachusetts is dependent on the behavior of each individual driver. View the newly revised Parent’s Supervised Driving Program.
This guide, which is published by the Safe Roads Alliance, is provided at no cost to parents and guardians of learner’s permit recipients.
This manual’s design provides important instructional modules for parents/guardians that contain information on how and where to complete each lesson for maximum success, and is a great complement to the mandatory driver’s education class for parents.
100 Deadliest Days
Summer is a particularly disastrous time for teen drivers. As more teens head out from school and hit the roads, fatalities in teen driver crashes increase by 43% between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Help teen drivers stay safe by sharing this important information on safe driving from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPPS) with parents and students.
Preparing for the RMV Road Test
Doing something for the first time can be very stressful. When that is a Road Test and all that stands between a student and obtaining their driver’s license, the stress is magnified.
The RMV’s Road Test Team has filmed several videos for students preparing for a road test. There are four videos, which are available on YouTube by clicking here. Below is a short outline of each video:
- Video 1: Getting Ready at the Service Center: Learn what documents are required to present before you take a road test. Without these documents, you will not be eligible to take the road test.
- Video 2: Driving the Car: This video shows you what’s involved on the road test. The Road Text Examiner will observe you while on the road to ensure that you can safely operate a vehicle, follow the rules of the road, and obey traffic signs.
- Video 3: Maneuvers: You will have to demonstrate your skills on how to safely perform some basic maneuvers and safely check your surroundings.
- Video 4: Getting the Grade Back at the Service Center: At the conclusion of your test, the examiner will provide you with some constructive criticism on what you did well and what you didn’t do well, and you’ll receive results of your road test.