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Long drives, scenic bike rides and evening walks. They are all part of summer in Minnesota, but if you’re an impaired driver, pedestrian or bicyclist, your summer days may end abruptly.
The highest number of drunk driving-related deaths and alcohol-related serious injuries occur over the summer months. That’s why officers, deputies and troopers from more than 300 agencies will be working extra DWI enforcement shifts now through Sept. 2. Learn more about the extra enforcement in this news release.
If you've been drinking: Get a sober ride. Stay off your bike. Have a sober friend walk with you.
If you’re a parent, chances are you’re somewhere in the throes of back-to-school frenzy: tracking down supply lists, making sure your kids have enough notebooks or socks, checking the school bus schedule. But while you’re getting them prepped to go back to lockers and classrooms and gym, don’t forget to talk to them about bullying.
Learn how to talk to your child about preventing and dealing with bullying, what to do if they report it, and how to practice reporting in our latest blog.
You may know that we've unveiled a new driver’s license and ID card design. But did you know that you don’t need to rush out and get a new card with the new design?
The old design and new design will be in circulation for the next four years, and both are valid forms of identification until they expire or are canceled.
Cards featuring the new design began going out to Minnesotans whose application or renewal was processed after August 6.
Video Description: School is just around the corner and we can all do our part to keep children safe this school year. Parents, share this video with your childen to remind them of the importance of staying safe inside and outside the bus.