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To minimize the need to visit your local driver license office, many Texas DL and ID holders are eligible to conduct their renewal, address change, or replacement transaction online by visiting Texas.gov. For additional information about renewing or replacing your DL or ID card or changing your address, visit the following webpages.
FMCSA is also waiving the 14-day requirement to hold a commercial learner permit before skills testing can be conducted. At this time, the commercial driver license offices that are conducting skills tests will continue to prioritize testing for those drivers who have held the CLP for 14 days or longer. CDL Third Party Skills Test providers may prioritize drivers who were already scheduled for testing or may waive the 14-day requirement, depending on their business need. This waiver expires February 28, 2023.
Effective March 28, 2020, FMCSA issued a waiver for Commercial Learners Permit (CLP) holders operating commercial motor vehicles during the COVID-19 response. The waiver is in effect until February 28, 2023 and allows a CLP holder to operate a commercial motor vehicle without having a commercial driver license (CDL) holder in the front seat, as long as the CDL holder is present elsewhere in the cab. The CLP holder must have successfully passed the CDL skills test and must keep a copy of the test with them while driving. Furthermore, the CLP holder must have a valid driver license and medical certificate or meet the expiration extension requirements. The benefit of this waiver will allow CLP drivers to continue their training, due to the closures of state departments of motor vehicle facilities.
Please continue to visit this webpage frequently to receive the most current information about driver and commercial driver licensing services. For additional information on COVID-19, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions, or one of the following websites:
Uni is a portable toll pass that allows drivers to automatically pay tolls on all toll roads in 19 states, including Florida express lanes. Uni attaches to the inside of a car windshield with suction cups, making it easy to transfer from vehicle to vehicle, including motorcycles and rental cars.
Uni is designed with tri-protocol technology, allowing Uni to evolve with the national tolling interoperability network . Currently, Uni works in 19 states. Uni customers will be able to drive in additional states as the interoperability network expands, without having to change transponders, stop to pay tolls with cash, maintain multiple toll collection accounts or rely on license plate invoicing.
Yes. Same-day issued cards are available if you apply for, renew or replace a standard class D driver's license, permit or identification card (ID) at the Dakota County License Center in Lakeville or the Clay County Department of Motor Vehicles in Moorhead. This is a pilot project that runs from October 2022 through June 2023.
Yes. You are eligible for a no-cost standard Minnesota ID card if you are a Minnesota resident, 24 years old or younger and experiencing homelessness. This is not a driver's license and does not give you the authority to drive. Click here for more information.
If you are not in Minnesota and need to renew or replace your Minnesota driver's license, you are able to submit an out-of-state driver's license application packet sometimes referred to as a snowbird packet. Click here for more information.
If you do not show up for a scheduled driver's license skills (road) test, you face a $20 no-show fee. You can cancel your appointment more than 24 hours before it begins to avoid the fee. To cancel an appointment visit drive.mn.gov or call us at 651-284-1000.
Go to drive.mn.gov, select Schedule, Reschedule or Cancel a Road Test or Class D Knowledge Test from the Appointments Panel and follow the prompts or call us at (651) 284-1000. If you do not show up for a scheduled skills test, you face a $20 no-show fee.
Visit drive.mn.gov select Apply for a Duplicate Seasonal Commercial Driver's License in the driver services section, and follow the prompts to apply. You will need to complete the online application and pay the duplicate license fee. A new photo and vision screening is not required.
Eligible Minnesotans can apply for a first-time seasonal farm commercial driver's license (CDL) online or at any office accepting driver's license applications. Click here for office locations and hours.
To apply, go to drive.mn.gov and select Apply for a Duplicate Seasonal Commercial Driver's License in the Driver Services panel and follow the prompts. You will need to complete the online application and pay the license fee. A new photo and vision screening are not required.
Yes. You need to update your name with the Social Security Administration (SSA) before you can renew your driver's license using your new name. We cannot accept driver's license applications when the legal name or social security number on the application do not match the information with the SSA.
U.S. citizens age 18 or older, who are Minnesota residents can request a replacement SSN card online by creating a my Social Security account. In addition, they must have a U.S. domestic mailing address, not require a change to their record (such as a name change), and have a valid driver's license, or state identification card in some participating states.
You can check the status of your registration renewal at drive.mn.gov. Select More Vehicle Services from the Vehicle Services panel and click on Check My Plate/Sticker Order Status. You can also email your question to us by completing the Report Registration Tabs Not Received contact form.
Online at drive.mn.gov The following vehicles are eligible for online renewal: passenger vehicles, motorcycles, mopeds, or a trailer, truck, or recreational vehicle that has a registered gross weight of less than 55,000 pounds. 781b155fdc