The commissioner is authorized to administer other competency, physical, and mental examinations according to this part and Minnesota Statutes, section 171.13, as the commissioner finds necessary to determine the applicant's fitness to operate a motor vehicle safely upon the streets or highways.
The commissioner may, on a case-specific basis, require reexamination of a licensed driver to determine the individual's ability to exercise reasonable and ordinary control over a motor vehicle upon streets and highways if the commissioner has reasonable cause to believe the individual does not have knowledge of Minnesota traffic laws or cannot exercise reasonable and ordinary control over a motor vehicle.
If the commissioner determines or has reasonable cause to believe an applicant has not passed an equivalent examination in another state, the commissioner shall require examination of the applicant's ability to understand highway signs that regulate, warn, and direct traffic, ability to understand traffic laws, and ability to operate a motor vehicle safely and legally.
27 SR 465
October 11, 2007
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes