Starting today (MON), drivers must schedule an appointment to take a class D driver’s knowledge test.

“We will not be accepting walk-ins, we are moving to appointment only so we are hoping this will get out, it will serve a lot more people, it will be a lot more efficient.”

DVS Director Emma Corrie with the Minnesota Department of Vehicle Services (DVS) says the change is being made after long wait times due to offices being closed for COVID-19. To book appointments online, go to drive.mn.gov.