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Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services Locations and Hours

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CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE STATE DDVS

Telephone

Telephone customer service representatives are available to provide general information from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Pre-recorded general information is available at all other times.

Minnesota Department of Driver and Vehicle Services     

(651) 296-6911

(651) 297-3298 - for driver licenses
(651) 297-2126 - for motor vehicles     

(651) 282-6555 - TTY (for hearing or speech-impaired individuals)

Alternate phone numbers are available for information about specific topics.

Mail

Driver and Vehicle Services
445 Minnesota St. Suite 168
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101    

Email

You may also contact the DDVS via email with specific questions or issues on driver licenses at drivers.licenses@state.mn.us and with specific questions or issues on motor vehicles at motor.vehicles@state.mn.us.

LOCATIONS BY REGION

The Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services (DDVS) have locations in all regions throughout the State. Click here to find the DDVS office location nearest you.

APPOINTMENTS AND SCHEDULING

Apart from visiting DDVS locations to schedule your vision, knowledge and road tests, you may also use the DDVS website or contact DDVS to schedule certain activities in advance:

TYPES OF LOCATIONS

  • Driver License Offices handle issues concerning licenses, commercial licenses, non-driver IDs, permits and more. You can also schedule your vision, knowledge and road tests here, although road tests are performed at road test facilities or at road and knowledge test offices. Driver License Offices are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:30 pm and Saturday, 8:00 am-12:00 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office. Please check before you visit.
  • Deputy Registrar Offices deal with titles, registration, and more. Deputy Registrar Offices are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:30 pm and Saturday, 8:00 am-12:00 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office. Please check before you visit.
  • Knowledge Test Offices provide knowledge testing services. These offices are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office, please check before you visit.
  • Road Test Facilities are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office, please check before you visit. After passing the vision and knowledge tests, you can schedule a road test, either online or at a Driver License Office.
  • Road and Knowledge Test Offices provide road and knowledge testing services. These offices are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office, please check before you visit. After passing the vision and knowledge tests, you can schedule a road test, either online or at a Driver License Office.
  • Vehicle Inspection Locations are available for vehicle inspections. Click here to find an Inspection Location near you. Inspection Locations are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office, please check before you visit.
  • Prorate Offices are generally open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm, except for legal holidays, but days and hours of operation differ from office to office, please check before you visit.

Reviews of Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services Locations and Hours

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I have a question about a friend of mine being incarcerated in the Morrison County Jail in Little Falls, Mn. I ended up sitting some time with him there and became good friends. So this guy, Jason Dominengaz, is looking at sitting some really hard time. So what does he do since we got along so great, he gives me his car! Soon after I get out of jail, dude (Jason) tells me where I can recover this car. I end up having to go pick, this nice 89' Buick LeSabre Limited (car) at some police car impound lot. But now here's what's got me smashing my head. So if he's in jail looking forward to prison, what steps or actions do I need to take for one to acquire his "title"? Jason's been trying to explain it to me, but I'm still having a hard time following. He lost the original "title" so I have to bring him money on 4/13/12 (this Friday) to pay for the lost "title" and also enough for all the transferring fees. So I just don't know what to do. Btw, I have insurance on the car as well. I would really appreciate someone getting back to me a.s.a.p...!!! Or if there's an easier softer way please let me know. I heard something about a Vehicle Bill of Sale, what's that, and would that work, even if it was just temporary??? -Thanks, Dev.

 

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