September 23, 2016
Boston – State Senator Richard Ross would like to announce that the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) recently released a new guidebook to optimize the 40 hours of supervised driving that teens are required to complete under parental supervision before receiving their license.
“Parents with teens who possess a Learner’s Permit will now have access to The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program. This guide is a useful tool that will improve safety and the driving experience for teens learning how to drive and their families,” said Senator Ross.
The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program is of no cost to families or taxpayers. The guide will be mailed to the parents/guardians of all Learner’s Permit recipients within two to three weeks after a teen receiving his/her permit. The program contains information and lessons on driving basics, parental pointers, and licensing qualifications that are helpful to parents of new drivers.
For more information about RMV services visit MassRMV.com.
Please contact the office of Senator Ross with any questions or concerns at (617) 722-1555 or Richard.Ross@masenate.gov.