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The RMV keeps a record of both your residential address (the number and street where you live) and your mailing address (the address where you receive mail). You are required by law to notify the RMV within 30 days of changing your address.
There is no fee to change your address.
If you want a replacement driver’s license, ID card, or registration that shows your new address, you may request a duplicate. The easiest way to get a duplicate is online. The RMV Schedule of Fees shows the cost of each duplicate document.
There are 2 ways to change your address.
You will need your:
The easiest and quickest way to change your address is online.
You may call the RMV Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (except holidays). The number to call depends on your area code:
If you don’t order a replacement driver's license, ID card, or vehicle registration, you should update your existing documents to show your new address.
If you have vehicles registered, you should:
When you change your residential address, that information is sent to the Secretary of State and your city or town so your voter registration address can be updated. If you do not want to update your voter registration, you must specify that when you make your address change request.
From area codes 339, 617, 781, or 857 or from outside of Massachusetts
From all other Massachusetts area codes not listed above
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