My father lives in NH. He recently went to renew his driver's license, but because he is over 75, he had to take a road test. He failed 3 road tests and therefore had his license suspended. He had a hearing in NH to fight the suspension and get his license. At the hearing, they stated that he needs to take 10 hours or less of driving instruction, depending on the wishes of the instructor. He can then retake the road test and hopefully pass. Well, my dad thinks this is absurd and wants to go to MA to get a license where they do not have any requirements for older drivers. Their requirement for transferring an out of state license is that is not be expired more than a year ago. He would not have to take a road test. However, I don't know if they will see that his license has been suspended in NH for failing the test and make him take a road test in MA, even though there is no additional requirements in MA for older drivers. Will MA care that he failed 3 road tests in NH? Do you think he could get a MA license? I know he would just have to prove residency, which is not a problem since he owns a house in MA also.