When you receive a notice of intent to suspend your driver’s license from the Mass. DOT, which refers to an indefinite NDR suspension imposed pursuant to Chapter 90, Section 22(c), you must take certain steps to reinstate your Massachusetts Driver’s License.
You need to Contact the state or country’s Motor Vehicle Department listed in the letter which you received from the RMV and obtain a recent letter of Clearance and/or Reinstatement, not more than 30 days old which states that your right to drive in that state has been reinstated or restored
You need to obtain a recent copy of your driving record from the state where the suspension originated, not more than 30 days old.
If you have been convicted of Operating While Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs or Vehicular Homicide, you will be required to obtain and submit, to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles court abstract(s) regarding the DUI or motor vehicle homicide charges.
You must file all of the above-listed documentation with a full service Massachusetts Registry branch office.
Upon receipt of this information, the Mass. RMV will clear the indefinite NDR (National Driver Register) revocation. However, the Registry will add any out of state DUI convictions or other convictions for motor vehicle law violations onto your Massachusetts Driving Record. The addition of these convictions to your record will trigger additional suspensions or revocation in accordance with Chapter 90, Section 22(c), which requires the RMV to treat out of state motor vehicle convictions, including DUI, committed by Massachusetts residents or license holders as if they had occurred in Massachusetts, for the purposes of license suspensions and revocations. Depending on your record, adding these out of state violations to your Massachusetts Driving History could result in the imposition of substantial license suspensions.
If Mass. DOT suspends your license or right to drive as a result of a NDR indefinite revocation, at the time of your license reinstatement you will be required to pay a $100.00 reinstatement fee to MassDOT.
You should contact a lawyer if you need assistance in dealing with an indefinite NDR revocation in Massachusetts due to a suspension/revocation received by the Mass. Registrar from another state or country.