DPS: Customers who miss their road test appointment will owe a $20 'no-show' fee

  

DPS: Customers who miss their road test appointment will owe a $20 'no-show' fee





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Tommy Wiita
Updated: October 28, 2021 03:20 PM
Created: October 28, 2021 01:32 PM





Minnesotans who fail to show up for their driver's license road test will now face a $20 fee under a new law that takes effect on Nov. 1. The law is in response to a growing number of "no shows," taking away road tests from other people who are waiting for an appointment.




Customers can cancel their appointment more than 24 hours before it begins to avoid the fee, according to the state's Department of Public Safety.... Read more


via: https://kmojfm.com/wp/2021/11/dps-customers-who-miss-their-road-test-appointment-will-owe-a-20-no-show-fee/


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