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Massachusetts RMV extending senior-only hours

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By Chris Lisinski

A new feature the Registry of Motor Vehicles implemented to minimize health risks during the pandemic will remain in place through October.

On Wednesdays next month, more than a dozen service centers will open only to residents 75 and older who are required by law to renew their licenses in-person. All services for the exclusive hours will be available by appointment only, with reservations open at mass.gov/rmv or at aaa.com/appointments for AAA members. Eligible patrons who have a license or ID card that expires in October will receive renewal reminders, the RMV said in an information flyer.

Service centers with designated hours for 75-and-older customers are in Brockton, Danvers, Fall River, Greenfield, Lawrence, Leominster, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, New Bedford, North Adams, Pittsfield, Plymouth, Revere, South Yarmouth, Springfield, Watertown and Worcester.

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