It is important that each license holder notifies the change of address to the Department of Motor vehicles (DMV) of their own state. All DMVs require that you notify them within a certain period of time so that all important mail can be directed to the changed (new) address. Keeping your address current is essential so that renewal notices, license suspensions and motor vehicle validation problems along with other potentially serious issues can be brought to the notice of residents. There are several ways of changing ad updating your address provided by the state. It can be conveniently done online as well depending on the state and the DMV of that area.
The state of Massachusetts requires you to notify the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) within 30 days of the move. Massachusetts DMV change of address can be done easily by filling an online form at any time free of cost. On the completion of the form, you will receive a confirmation email within the next 48 hours. This information also needs to be updated on your vehicle registration and title certificate. It is also important that you notify your insurance holder so that you can be regularly updated about payments, renewals and other important communication. Along with the change of address you need to provide your social security number, full name and your license number. Your information needs to be put exactly as it appears on your current Massachusetts License/ ID card. However if you are a commercial license holder and need a Massachusetts DMV Address Change, you need to do it personally along with a $25 fee for obtaining a new license by going to the RMV office.
So for all the non-commercial license holders, changing the address is in Massachusetts is an easy and convenient job. Done within a few minutes through some clicks, notifying your DMV of the address within 30 days of the time limit is no hassle. However, your online change form will not amend the voter registration status you hold. For that it is important that you personally visit your nearest RMV office and submit a form for an updated voter registration status.