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Don't Forget to Deduct Your State Vehicle License Fee

​About to file your taxes? Don't forget about this tax deduction!

Minnesotans can deduct a portion of their state vehicle license fee when itemizing deductions on their federal return. Just plug in your driver license or license plate number on this website to find out how much you paid for tabs in 2014.

There Might Be an Odorless and Invisible Gas in Your Home

​Your stove, furnace or fireplace could be putting you at risk if it’s producing dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide incidents are more common during the winter months because people may use unsafe heat sources or not follow fire safety rules. Make sure your CO alarms are working properly and test them once a month. Clear snow build-up from dryer, furnace, stove and fireplace vents. And never use grills inside.

Graduated Driver License Law Now in Effect

Effective January 1, 2015, the Graduated Driver License Law will include a parent awareness class, more supervised practice for teen drivers, and a supervised driving log. Parents should contact their local driver education provider to learn when the next parent awareness class will be held.  


Video Description: To keep another family from suffering the pain of seeing their child injured or worse, a Minnesota mom speaks out on the dangers of texting while driving.