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No. The fine has to be paid in the same county you received the ticket. (Sherburne County tickets are paid at the Sherburne County courts window).
You may pay reinstatement fees here with Cash or Credit card ($8 processing fee per transaction ) or online at https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/dvs
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Please make sure you have all the proper documents with you when you apply for a REAL ID/DL. Specific Documents Requirements
For more information see our License pages
A Reduced Fee Identification Card is available to persons with a physical or developmental disability or qualified mental illness. To qualify, you must submit a completed Eligibility Form
For more information, visit the driver's license page.
Yes, we accept Cash and Credit card payments only for reinstatement fees. You will be charge an $8 processing fee per transaction. Appointments are preferred. When booking select DVS documentation for service type. You may also pay online at Driver and Vehicle Services with a checking account routing number and account.
Yes we process Enhanced Driver's Licenses or Identification Cards from 8 AM to 3:35PM. Please make sure you have the proper documents with you when you apply for more information see our link above.
No, if you have a Commercial Driver's License, but do not use it for commercial purposes, then you will need to fill out a Medical Self-Certification Form (PDF), stating that you are not required to carry one.
No, Minnesota only allows one valid card. A driver's license would serve the same purpose as an Identification Card. For more information, contact the Auditor / Treasurer.
In Minnesota you can apply for an identification card at any age as long as you have the Proper Identification Documents (PDF).
No, the Sherburne County License Center does not offer any testing, you would need to go to a Drivers License Exam Station (PDF).
For more information, visit our Driver's License page.
Yes, you can apply for your permit at this location if you have already been to a Drivers License Exam Station (PDF) to take your written permit test.
For more information contact the Auditor / Treasurer.
View more information on our Driver's License Renewal page.
No. Anyone new to Minnesota or returning to Minnesota with a Drivers License form another state has to take the written exam at Drivers License Exam Station (PDF). Please ensure that you have Proper Identification Documents (PDF).
No. Vehicles Tabs, Title Transfers, Boat Licenses, etc. are done at Department of Motor Vehicles locations. The Deputy Registrar in Elk River is the closest location:600 Railroad DriveElk River, MN 55330
Yes. If you are not 18 yet, parents have to sign the application when you apply or they can sign and have their signature notarized. For further information, contact the Auditor / Treasurer.