Beginning today, Minnesotans are now able to take the class D knowledge test online.
The test can be taken online at home with a parent, guardian or adult (21 or older) proctoring the test. A proctor is a person who monitors students during a test or exam. Testing will also be available at authorized third-party testing locations.
- The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services division (DPS-DVS) issued a news release this week with all the details.
- Minnesotans can find information about how to register to take the test at home on the DPS-DVS website.
- Online Class D Knowledge Testing FAQs can be found here.