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You can check your overall driving record in Minnesota by going to the Department of Public Safety website. You will not be able to check how many points are on your license in Minnesota, however, because Minnesota does not use driver’s license points.
Even though Minnesota does not use license points, drivers with serious violations on their driving record will still face consequences. For instance, 4 moving violations in 12 months or 5 moving violations in 24 months will result in a license suspension in Minnesota. Insurance companies also increase prices for drivers with poor driving records. For reference, one DUI conviction will raise your premium by an average of 166% in Minnesota.
For more information, check out WalletHub’s guides to license points and driving record checks.
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