Record Keeping Under Minnesota’s DWI Laws

Records of implied consent license actions and DWI convictions must be retained permanently on the official driving record.

The “no alcohol” restriction of a person’s B- Card also remains in effect and on the person’s driving record permanently. A temporary law enacted in 2005 allowed B-Card holders who had gone ten years without a repeat violation to request a duplicate driver’s license without the “No Alcohol” verbiage showing under “Restrictions.” However, that law expired July 31, 2006, and as a result, there currently is no procedure by which a B-Card holder can have the “no alcohol” verbiage removed from the B- Card license.

CREDIT: The content of this post has been copied or adopted from An Overview of Minnesota’s DWI Laws, originally published by the Minnesota House of Representatives Research Department and written by legislative analysts Jim Cleary and Rebecca Pirius.

This is also part of a series of posts on Minnesota’s DWI Laws.

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  • kelly
    January 18, 2013, 6:40 pm

    I had a DUI conviction in 1988. Do I have to still pay the $680?