Instructions for sample letter:
In order for the Registry to issue you a hardship license, you need to provide a letter from your employer that is:
- On company letterhead,
- Stating your need for a license for purposes of employment, either to and from work if public transportation is not available, and/or your need to drive in the normal course of your work.
- The letter should have your employer list your typical work hours.
You can use the following sample letter as a guideline.
SAMPLE LETTER FROM YOUR EMPLOYER
Law Offices of Russell J. Matson, P.C.
44 Adams Street, Suite 5
Braintree, Massachusetts 02184
Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles
630 Washington Street
RE: John Q. Worker.
To Whom It May Concern:
My employee, John Q. Worker, lives in Plymouth and works at my office in Braintree. He needs his driver’s license to come to work, and cannot get here by public transportation.
In addition, he needs his license to meet with clients at various locations in the course of his workday.
He works from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Very Truly Yours,
Russell J. Matson
President of Law Offices of Russell J. Matson, PC