Online services will be unavailable beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, and exam stations, registrar and driver’s license agent offices will be closed or limited.
ST PAUL, Minn. — Preparations for a new statewide computer system will impact services for the next couple of weeks at the Minnesota Driver and Vehicles Services (DVS) division.
DVS officials say online services will be unavailable beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, including class D knowledge test registration. Exam stations, deputy registrar and driver’s license agent offices will either be closed or offer limited services between Nov. 11 and 14.
The changes and closures are in preparation for the Nov. 16 launch of MNDRIVE, a computer system developed to replace the problem-plagued MNLARS system. MNDRIVE is designed to provide an all-in-one driver and vehicle services system for DPS-DVS staff and business partners. The Nov. 16 rollout of the system includes:
- Vehicle title and registration, includes accurate