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  • Knowledge Base
  • 1. Why are there different hours specifically for license, permit, and ID card transactions? Views: 96
    To reduce wait times in our License Vehicle Registration Bureau, services for driver’s licenses and ID cards (including REAL ID and Enhanced cards) and permits end 2 hours prior to posted closing times . All other transactions at the License Bureau such as tabs, title transfers, handicap placards, boats, canoes, snowmobiles, etc. are not affected.
  • 2. What forms of payment do you accept for License & Vehicle Registration Services? Views: 551
    In addition to cash, AAA Minneapolis accepts the following methods of payment: Check Only local checks are accepted Personal checks must be presented by the account holder; we do not accept blank or starter checks A current government-issued photo ID must be presented by the account holder All returned checks will be subject to a $30.00 service fee Personal checks must be made payable to AAA for the exact amount Cashiers Check/Money Order Your Cashier’s Check or Money Order must be issued   More...
  • 3. What are the busiest times for license & vehicle service? Views: 515
    1st of the month through 10th of the month End of the month Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays Lunch rush – roughly 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • 4. How can I get my tabs if I don’t have the reminder notice the state sends out? Views: 278
    If you do not have your renewal notice from the state, you can purchase your tabs from us. If you are the registered owner, bring your driver’s license, vehicle license plate number, and have your auto insurance information available. Insurance information must include company name, policy number, and expiration date. If you are not the registered owner of the vehicle, you must have signed authorization allowing you to purchase the tabs for the owner. The signed authorization document must  More...
  • 5. What are the accepted primary and secondary documents for license/vehicle registration services? Views: 221
    You must present either a Minnesota driver’s license, identification card or instruction permit that is current or not expired more than five years if it has a color image of the applicant. A Minnesota driver’s license, identification card or instruction permit that is current or not to be expired more than one year if it does not have a color image of the applicant. If you do not have such a document you must present one primary document AND one secondary document. Primary Documents  More...
  • 6. How do I transfer a Title? Views: 195
    Please bring the title of the vehicle to our office. If the title cannot be located, the current registered owner needs to apply for a duplicate title. You can apply for a duplicate title at our office. Be very careful when filling out the title as any alteration or erasure voids the title. This applies to any information you might write on the title – sales date, mileage, names of buyers/sellers, boxes you might check off, etc. If you’re not sure, wait until you’re in our offi  More...
  • 7. My drivers license/state ID is lost or stolen. How can I get a duplicate? Views: 157
    We can help you replace your lost or stolen Minnesota driver’s license/state ID with the state of Minnesota ID photo and signature on file. Visit our License and Vehicle Registration Services page for more information about office location, hours, and cost.
  • 8. How do I register my car in Minnesota for the first time? Views: 142
    The following is a checklist of the items we will need in order to help you register your vehicle in Minnesota for the first time: Your current ID from Minnesota or another state Your auto insurance information for the vehicle, including the company name, policy number, and expiration date If you purchased your car in another state, and will be transferring the car into your name in Minnesota, bring the title or manufacturer’s certificate of origin, signed off by the seller or dealership y  More...
  • 9. Can I get a passport at AAA? Views: 136
    Only the U.S. Department of State has the authority to grant, issue, or verify United States passports; however, AAA offers application forms and photos at our Travel Store locations to help you begin the process. Passport Photo Prices Application Information
  • 10. Where can I take my road test? Views: 100
    To search for a driver testing station near you, go to the Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services website .
  • 11. Can I take the knowledge/permit test at AAA? Views: 76
    No. Although AAA does offer a full-service license bureau, you must take the permit/knowledge test at a Driver Exam Station. To find a location, visit the MN DVS Locations page.