Last Updated 28th of June, 2010
What documents are required to obtain a Minnesota drivers license? Minnesota
Required Documents for a Minnesota Drivers LicenseBefore applying for a MN drivers license, you first must obtain an instruction permit. This requires visiting any DVS office and presenting:
- A Minnesota identification card. If you don't own one, you then must provide one primary and one secondary form of identification. The primary identification must show your full name and day, month and year of birth. Visit the DVS website for a full list of acceptable ID.
- Cash or a check to pay the $12 permit fee.
After studying the manual, you'll want to take at least one practice test. These can be found online and feature questions similar to those on the actual permit exam, allowing you to accurately assess if you're test-prepared.
After obtaining a permit, you must hold it for six months if you're 18; or, three months if you're 19 or older.
Taking the License TestThe DVS strongly encourages making a driving test appointment. You can do this online or by calling (651) 284-1234. On the day of the driving test, arrive at the test location with:
- Your instruction permit.
- A working vehicle with proof of car registration.
- Proof of auto insurance.
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