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Nighttime Driving Limitations For the first six months of licensure: Driving is prohibited midnight \u2013 5 a.m. Exemptions: Driving when accompanied by a licensed driver age 25 or older. Driving between home and place of employment.
Contact Mail: Driver and Vehicle Services \u2013 Central Office. Town Square Building. 445 Minnesota Street, Suite 190. ... Email: Driver Services DVS.driverslicense@state.mn.us. Phone: Commercial Driver's License: (651) 297-5029. Commercial DL Disqualification: (651) 205-4086. Driver's License Status: (651) 284-2000 or online.
Drivers Education: a course that teaches you the rules of the road, vehicle safety, and everything that you need to know before you get behind the wheel for the first time. In Minnesota, every new driver under 18 years old must take a 30-hour drivers education course.
In addition to completing the behind-the-wheel portion of drivers ed, the state of Minnesota requires permit holders to log at least 50 hours of driving practice, including at least 15 hours at night, before they can apply for their provisional license.
Drivers licenses and driving record requests are handled by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services, not MnDOT. There is a records request form available on the DPS website at https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/dvs/forms-documents/documents/recordrequestform.pdf.
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Anyone 18 years or younger must hold an instruction permit for at least six months before taking a road test. Obtaining your instruction permit is the first step to becoming a licensed Minnesota driver. The permit is valid for two years of practice driving with a licensed driver sitting in the front passenger seat.
In addition to completing the behind-the-wheel portion of drivers ed, the state of Minnesota requires permit holders to log at least 50 hours of driving practice, including at least 15 hours at night, before they can apply for their provisional license.
How many driving hours are my students required to verify on the log? 50 hours of supervised driving time are required, 15 of those must be nighttime hours. The 6 hours a student will complete during the behind-the-wheel lessons DO NOT COUNT.
You should complete at least 6 hours of behind the wheel training and 30 hours of classroom instruction (if you haven't completed it fully before getting your instruction permit). You should receive a "White Card" on the completion of your education.
How Can I Access My Minnesota Driving Record? The state of Minnesota only allows access to your driving record through in-person request or submissions through the mail. You can only obtain your online record through a 3rd party service and you are not allowed to obtain a certified copy through these services.

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