See why we're different than other Massachusettes driving schools Read our frequently asked questions

 

Ready to get started?

CREATE AN ACCOUNT

DRIVER EDUCATION RESOURCES

Before you hit the road, take some time to review these driving resources. When you sign up with Triad Driving Academy, you will be more prepared than ever to learn how to drive safely.

RMV Useful Links

REAL ID

Beginning March 26, 2018, the RMV is changing the way you get and renew your driver's license and ID card. REAL ID is a Federal Security Standard for IDs that was created in 2005 as a result of increased federal security measures after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It is an additional layer of security for Massachusetts driver's licenses or ID cards. Click here for more information.

Driver's Education Certificate Lookup

This no-fee transaction allows you to verify if you have been issued a Driver's Education Certificate. You must have successfully completed all portions of your driver's education program before a certificate will be issued.

Pay My Road Test and/or License Fees Online

This online transaction will allow customers to pay their license and road test fees online before taking their road test.  Customers who use this transaction can avoid going to an RMV branch!

MA RMV Practice Tests

These MA RMV practice tests are good for the permit test, driver's license test and the senior citizens' refresher test.

Free Practice Permit Test for MA

Another resource that offers a simple way to pass wour permit test or motorcycle permit test.  This website also offers a spanish option.

RMV Checklists for Service Center Transactions

Get Ready to Go! When you have to visit an RMV Service Center use these checklists to make sure you can complete your transaction quickly and in one visit.  Checklists include information on Obtaining a Learner's Permit, Out of State License Conversion, Out of State Permit Conversion, Identification Cards, Registration/Title Information, Road Test Information as well as Other Resources.

RMV Driver's Manual

Whether you have questions about the documents you need to apply for a driver's license, how to renew a registration, or when you need to have your vehicle inspected, the answers are all in here. Also included are all the rules of the road that apply to motoring in an effort to help reduce crashes and injuries. We encourage you to read it thoroughly and keep it handy as a future resource.

Identification Needed at RMV

This link will answer the question "What Identification Do I Need To Bring to the Registry?" For customers applying for a Learner's Permit, Driver's License, Massachusetts ID, or Liquor ID.

Schedule Your Own Road Test at the RMV

Use this link to schedule your road test with the RMV if Triad is not sponsoring you, or call the RMV's self service center at 866-MASSRMV (866-627-7768).

Contact the RMV

RMV Contact Us and Feedback Page

RMV Online Services

A link to the services that the RMV provides online.

RMV Road Test Application

Please bring this form with you on the day of your road test.

Useful Links

Choosing the Best Vehicle for Your Teen

Teenagers are among the riskiest drivers, but they often end up with inexpensive vehicles that don't offer adequate protection in a crash. To help families find safer vehicles that fit within their budgets, IIHS began publishing a list of recommended used vehicles for teens.

Cellcontrol Drive ID

End texting, emailing, and inappropriate phone use while driving. That's smart. DriveID™'s groundbreaking technology allows Cellcontrol™ to accurately detect who sits in the driver's seat and only disables that individual's mobile devices - leaving passengers free to talk, text, and browse.

Drive Square Driving Simulation System

Triad is now offering an advanced driving simulator system that enables a student/employee to drive in a virtual space while operating the controls of an actual vehicle. Using your own vehicle or a driving school vehicle, the participant drives onto a pair of turntables. Simulator sensors and actuators are quickly and non-invasively clipped on to the pedals and other applicable controls.  A 360 degree panoramic view of the road and surrounding area is presented to the participant via virtual reality goggles. Training on a simulator is not about replacing  behind-the-wheel driving hours. It is about making safer drivers through exposure to hard to replicate experiences. Great opportunity for schools to present different driving scenarios to students or fleet companies for in-service training. Contact us for more information.

The Parent's Supervised Driving Guide

A valuable resource for parents and teens to help develop sound driving skills. The Guide contains helpful information that benefits drivers of all ages. It's never too late to develop your awareness of possible dangers on the road or how you can improve your driving.

National Safety Council - Teen Safe Driving Coalitions

Learn how The Allstate Foundation has joined with the National Safety Council (NSC) to zero in on the teen driving epidemic by forming coalitions in 10 states to address the issue. The 10 coalitions have a common goal: To establish a culture of safe teen driving based on proven principles of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL).

Drive it Home

A program offering specially-created resources to help parents keep their teens safer on the roads, especially after they receive their driver's licenses. Designed by parents for parents, the unique program includes an interactive website featuring engaging videos, practice tips, and other critical resources. Parents can sign up to receive weekly practice tips and suggestions via email and are encouraged to share their own teaching techniques and experiences.

Help Shape Your Teen Into a Safe, Responsible Driver

After spending years protecting your children from all sorts of dangers on the road and off, you now face the prospect of handing them the keys to the family car. It's time for them to learn how to drive. Are you prepared? This site can help you mold your young adult into a safe and capable driver.

Helpful Forms

Parent/Student Contract

This contract will be reviewed with the students on the first day of class.  We ask that parents review it as well, as it outlines Triad Driving Academy's driver education course and policies.

Contract Signature Sheet

Triad Driving Academy requires that this Parent/Contract signature sheet be included with all student paperwork.  It lets us know that both parent and student have reviewed the Triad Parent/Student Contract which includes our policies and procedures.

MA Automoblie Insurance Policy

You must notify your insurance company within 60 days after a person who will operate your auto becomes a household member if that person was not a household member on the effective date of your policy. In the same manner, you must notify your insurance company if a household member, who will operate your auto, becomes a licensed operator. For additional information visit the state website for auto and vehicle insurance.

Triad Driving Simulator System

Get in, buckle-up, and begin experiencing the most advanced Driving Simulation System in New England. Students will see, feel, and react to real world scenarios in a virtual space in the safety and convenience of a stationary vehicle.

Triad Registration Form

Use this form if you are not able to signup online.

Checklist For Scheduling Road Test

This is a helpful check list to be completed before scheduling a road test with Triad Driving Academy.

Triad Road Test Sponsorship Form

Complete this form to take your Road Test with Triad.  Payment can be made by check sent in with the form, credit card over the phone or online at our website.

RMV Application for Learner's Permit, License, and ID Card

Use this form to apply to take the Learner's Permit Exam.