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What you need to take your written test. Written test Blue card Social security Birth certificate Parent must sign. What you need to take your road test. White card Permit Proof of insurance Soc. Number. Testing fees. Permit test - $12 valid for two years Road test - $15

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    1. What you need to take your written test • Written test • Blue card • Social security Birth certificate Parent must sign

    2. What you need to take your road test • White card • Permit • Proof of insurance • Soc. Number

    3. Testing fees • Permit test - $12 valid for two years • Road test - $15 • Third time written test is $ 10 • Third time road test is $20

    4. Limitations on teens • First six months after you obtain your provisional license, can only drive with one passenger under the age of 20 unless you have a licensed 25 year old in the passenger seat. Relatives do not count. • Second six months no more than three passengers, unless you have a 25 year old in the passenger seat. Relatives do not count. • Night time drive between 12 midnight and 5 a.m. is prohibited for 6 months unless have a licensed 25 year old in the passenger seat.

    5. Permit qualifications • 30 hrs. of classroom • Pass knowledge test • Pass vision test • Pay fee $12

    6. What happens when your license is expired • Before a year you need to renew your license • After a year: these are the things you need to do. • Knowledge test • Vision test • Road test

    7. Moving in to state and becoming resident • Have drivers license • Have 60 days • Take written test • Vision test

    8. Who does not need a Minnesota Drivers license • Non resident at least 15yrs old and all ready have a valid drivers license. • Become a Minnesota resident you have 60 days to get your Mn. Drivers license. • Valid commercial license you have 30 days to get your Mn. Drivers license. • In the military • Home country does not require license you have 90 days to get your Mn. Drivers license. • Drive a farm tractor • Snow mobile

    9. Knowledge test • Multiple choice • True and false • Paper or computer

    10. Vision test • 20/40 • Peripheral (105 degrees )

    11. Road test • Safety check • Proof of insurance ( original card ) • No smoking • No passengers or pets • No loose objects • Two consecutive fails is $20 dollars for third try. • End of 6th day

    12. Vehicle control skills and driving performance • Control of the vehicle • Parallel parking • Parking on hill • Response to traffic and road conditions traffic signs and signals • Ability to signal and perform right and left turns properly • Ability to both marked and unmarked lanes of traffic • Observation and consideration of pedestrians and other drivers • Ability to perform 90 degree backing

    13. Equipment Demonstration • Insurance proof • Seat adjustment • Seat belts • E – brake • Headlights High and low beam • Warning lights • Horn • Wipers • Defroster and fan controls • Mirrors • Must demonstrate knowledge to finish test

    14. Who can not be licensed • Fail to present id • Fail to pass test • Unable to understand road signs • Under 15 • Incapable of driving ( physical or mental state)

    15. Identification • Minnesota id card • License or permit • Birth record • Adoption record • Active duty Id • Passport

    16. Verification of name change • Must show proof of the change • Marriage certificate • Court order • Certified divorce decree

    17. Social security number • Must show your soc. Number on the application form

    18. Knowledge test • Multiple choice • True and false • Computer • Paper • Several languages • Must score 80% • Must present blue card • Show birth certificate • Third test after failing two will be a fee of ten dollars

    19. The road test car qualifications • Doors must work • Seat belts must work • Headlights must work • Turn signals and brake lights must work

    20. Vehicle safety equipment demonstration • Proof of insurance ( original card ) • Seat adjustment • Seat belts • E-brake • Activating headlights ( high and low beam ) • Activating hazard warning lights • Windshield wipers • Windshield defroster and fan controls • All mirrors

    21. These actions will cause you to fail • Disobeying traffic law • Careless or reckless driving • Inability to control your vehicle • Involving your vehicle in an accident • Not cooperating • Inability to operate vehicle controls

    22. Medical conditions • Providing false information on the application could result in the loss of driving privileges • Provide a statement from a physician that indicates whether or not the condition interferes with your ability to drive safely • If diagnosed with diabetes epilepsy or any condition that could cause loss of consciousness must submit a statement from a physician within 30 days

    23. Parent’s approval • If you are under 18 Must have your application signed by a parent

    24. The GDL system • System which is designed to ease inexperienced drivers into the driving environment • Anyone 18 yrs or younger must hold an instructor permit for at least 6 months before taking your road test

    25. Instruction permit • Valid for two years • Must be in immediate possession • Under 18 need supervising driver must be 21 years old and have a drivers license • May not use or talk on a cell phone while driving with or without a hands free cell phone device

    26. Instruction permit over 18 Supervising driver must be at least 18 yrs old and licensed All passengers must wear a seat belt or use a child passenger restraint system.

    27. Qualify for instruction permit • Be at least 15 yrs old • Complete 30 hrs of classroom • Comply with id requirements • Pass vision screening • Pass knowledge test • Complete a license application and pay $12 permit fee • After six months and you are 16 can take your road test

    28. Provisional license • Second phase of the GDL • Valid for two years • Every occupant under 18 must wear a seat belt or use a child restrain system • Can’t use a cell phone when driving

    29. Qualify for your provisional license • Be at least 16 years old • Have completed the 30 hrs of classroom • Have held an instruction permit for six months with no convictions ( Moving or alcohol or controlled substance ) • Have passed a road test • Parent must sign the application • Must have driven at least 30 hrs with a licensed driver who is 21 yrs or older 10 of those hrs have to be at night

    30. Provisional restrictions • Every occupant wears a seat or uses a properly fasted child passenger restraint system • Nighttime limitations 12 midnight must have a licensed driver 25 yrs old in the front passenger seat for the first six months. • Passenger limitations, only one passenger under the age of 20 is permitted unless accompanied by a parent or guardian • During the second six months, no more than 3 passengers unless accompanied by a parent or guardian • ( passengers under 20 who are members of the driver’s immediate family are permitted during both time periods

    31. Getting your class d driver’ license • Must be 18 years of age • Held a provisional license for at least 12 consecutive months • No convictions for alcohol, controlled substance, or crash related moving violations • If under 21 you will receive a license that is marked under 21 • License will expire on your 21st birthday, May apply for an over 21 license three weeks before your 21st birthday • From then on it will expire every four years.

    32. Exceptions to minimum age requirement • Restricted farm work license • Within 20 miles of home • Cities with populations of less than 100,000 people • Daylight hours • Farm related only • Fill out an affidavit which is available at all driver’s exam stations • If parent rents land a rental agreement and property tax statement is required

    33. Special medical driver’s • Must be 15 years old • No licensed drivers in the household • Written statement from a parent • Letter from a physician that descibes the need

    34. Driver license Classifications • Four classes of driver’s licenses and several endorsements • Class D ( Cars , pickups and small trucks) • Any farm truck transporting agricultural products ( must be operated by the farmer or his immediate family or an employee

    35. Class C • Hazardous materials

    36. Class B • May operate all class D and C vehicles and all other single unit vehicles over 26,000 lbs.

    37. Class A • Is valid for any vehicle or trailer combinations with the appropriate endorsements must be 21 years or older, • ( Semi’s )

    38. License renewal • Every four years after you reach 21 your have to renew on your birthday • Lost or damaged or destroyed you must apply for a duplicate license

    39. Name or address change • Apply for a duplicate license within 30 days

    40. Active military duty • Not required to renew your license until you are discharged • You have 90 days after your license expires

    41. Bus driving endorsements • With a class B license your are qualified to drive a school bus with a school bus endorsement

    42. Your Vehicle Chapter 2

    43. Vehicle Equipment • Brakes • Muffler • Seat belts • Bumper • Turn signals and license plate light • Red taillight • Horn • Rearview mirror • Safety glass • Windshield wipers • Headlights with high and low beam • License plate

    44. brakes • Two separate brake systems • Foot brake • E-brake

    45. Bumper • Front and rear

    46. Horn • Bells Sirens and whistles are not horns • Don’t honk unnecessarily

    47. Head lights • High beam must make objects visible on the road ahead from at least 350 ‘ • Clean your headlights dirt can reduce light output by as much as 75% • Have head lights inspected at least once a year to make sure they are aimed properly ( what else can effect headlight aim) • Headlights must be turned on at sunset and sunrise • Must be turned on during weather conditions that include rain, snow, hail, sleet or fog • Any time you can’t see clearly for 500’

    48. License plate light • White light bulb must illuminate the rear plate to make it visible at night

    49. Turn signals • All turn signals must be in working order

    50. Prohibited lights • Blue lights, flashing lights, and strobe lamps are not for use by non authorized vehicles • Only snowplows or other road maintenance equipments