No. The fine has to be paid in the same county that you received your ticket in. (Wright County tickets are paid at the Wright County Court Administration Office).
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The transfer fee is based on the age and amount paid for the vehicle. If you want to know the fee, please stop in with your vehicle identification number (VIN) or plate number and we would be glad to help calculate the fee for you.
Yes, if you are the registered owner, come in with your plate number and insurance information. We will print a prebill for you. If you are not the registered owner you will need a signed form from the registered owner giving you permission to purchase the tabs.
The registered owner needs to apply for a duplicate title. We can look up the record with the driver's license and vehicle number.
You will need your title, insurance company, policy number and policy expiration date. If there is a loan on the vehicle we will need your financer's name, street address, city, state and zip code. We will also need the date of the loan and the odometer reading of your vehicle.
You need to PURCHASE your tabs by the last day of the month you have displayed on your vehicle. THEN you have 10 days into the next month to put them on. Law Enforcement can write a ticket if your tabs are not purchased by the first day of the next month.
You will need to provide the insurance company, policy number and expiration date of your insurance policy. We cannot sell you tabs without current information.
To purchase a hunting or fishing license, regardless of your age, you must either have your SSN on your DNR customer file or provide your SSN as a part of your license application along with a State ID. If you have a SSN, but refuse to provide it, you will be denied a hunting or fishing license.
If you are the registered owner of the recreational vehicle, you need to bring in your driver's license and the registration number off the vehicle.
Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act establishes minimum security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and ID cards. The Act refers to federal anti-terrorism laws and regulations that control access to the following:
The At prohibits federal agencies like the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from accepting cards for official purposes from states that do not meet minimum security standards.
Important Things to Remember
REAL ID applicants should be sure to have all required documentation with them at the time of application. Visit the Required Documents page for a full list.
Yes, we process Enhanced Driver's Licenses or Identification Cards and REAL ID from 8:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. On Thursdays, please be here by 5:15 p.m. Please make sure you have the proper documents with you when you apply. For more information see the FAQ - What do I need to bring with me to apply to get a REAL ID/DL?
Please make sure you have all the proper documents with you when you apply for a REAL ID/DL. Specific Document Requirements.
Minnesota has a few identification options for residents to choose from.
Determining which type of license or ID card works best depends on what a person needs to use the card for.
Standard Driver's License or ID Card
Enhanced Driver's License or ID Card
REAL ID Compliant Driver's Licenses or ID Card
Find out which license or ID card best fits your needs by reviewing a full comparison chart.
Yes, you can apply for your permit at this location if you have already been to a Driver's License Exam Station to take your written permit test.
Commercial Driver's License (CDL) (Class A, B or C)
No. Anyone new to Minnesota or returning to Minnesota with a Driver's License from another state has to take the written exam at a Driver's License Exam Station.
Please ensure that you have Proper Identification Documents.
Please make sure you have the proper documents with you when you apply.