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Minnesota has a few identification options for residents to choose from. View the following options, or find out which license or ID card best fits your needs by reviewing a full comparison chart.
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The following driver’s manuals are available to view, download and print at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website:
To order a copy of one of the manuals above, go to the Minnesota Driver’s Manuals website.
The City of Maplewood Department of Motor Vehicles is not an exam station and is unable to conduct written or road exams.
View a List of Exam Locations.
View the Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services' up-to-date guide to determine when you can expect to receive your driver's license or ID.
You can check on the status of your application online.
If your current driver's license or ID is lost, damaged or destroyed, you can come in to apply for a duplicate. For a duplicate license or ID, the photo on file in the system is used to verify identity. If identity cannot be verified, or there has been a name change since the last application, additional identification (PDF) is needed. A fee, paid using cash, check or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover) is required.
Copies of driving records can be obtained at any exam station.
If you need a certified copy of your record, please fill out the Driver and Vehicle Services Record Request (PDF) and mail, or bring in, to the address listed on the application.
The state has many types of special license plates available:
View a complete guide to the types of plates available (PDF).