Last Updated 28th of June, 2010
How do I update my Minnesota driver license if I currently have an expired license? Minnesota
License Renewal for an Expired LicenseIf your MN drivers license has been expired for more than one year, but fewer than five years, you will be required to pass a written test and a visual screening. If your license has been expired five years or longer, you may be required to take the driving portion of the license test.
Be sure to renew your license as soon as possible to avoid penalties such as a traffic ticket and fines.
How to Reinstate LicenseVisit any DVS location and complete a license renewal application. You'll need to provide:
- Either your Minnesota driver license or ID card.
- Your Social Security number.
- Proof of name change, if applicable. Accepted documents include certified marriage certificate, certified divorce decree, or a court order proving your name change.
- Cash or a check or money to pay the $24 driver license fee.
You'll also want to take at least one practice test to accurately assess if you're prepared for the actual permit exam.
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