You would not have a "clean driving record," and you would not be allowed to take the road test if, within the 6 months immediately preceding the date of the test:
- You had any surchargeable incident under Massachusetts law or the law of another state (at-fault accidents, moving violations, etc.);
- You had your Learner's Permit suspended for drug or alcohol related motor vehicle violations; or
- You had been convicted for the violation of any drug or alcohol related laws in Massachusetts or in another state ("convicted" includes charges that are "continued without a finding" or "placed on file").
For the purposes of this section, an alternative disposition of a violation, including, but not limited to, having such violation continued without a finding, placed on file or a "responsible" finding on a civil motor vehicle infraction, shall be deemed to be a conviction. You may not take a road test until six months from the date of the arrest or issuance of the citation.