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Driving exam stations set to reopen across state

Seven Northland driving exam stations that were closed through most of the pandemic will reopen by the end of January.

Duluth News Tribune News Brief

DULUTH — The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Service division announced Thursday that 51 exam stations that were closed throughout the pandemic will reopen by Jan. 31. All 93 stations will be open by the end of the month.

Customers can make appointments within two weeks of an exam station opening. Here are the Northland exam stations set to reopen:

  • Ely reopened Jan. 3.
  • Two Harbors reopens Jan. 18.

  • Grand Marais reopens Jan. 25.

  • International Falls reopens Jan. 25.

  • Hibbing reopens Jan. 27.

  • Moose Lake reopens Jan. 27.

  • Aitkin reopens Jan. 28.

For a full listing of services available at each exam station, hours and days available, visit drive.mn.gov .

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