7409.4000 Reinstatement After Insurance-Related Revocation; 169.792


Published: 2015

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7409.4000 REINSTATEMENT AFTER INSURANCE-RELATED REVOCATION; 169.792.

The commissioner shall reinstate the driver's license of a person whose license has been revoked under Minnesota Statutes, section 169.792, when the driver has met the reinstatement requirements under part 7409.4100, items A to D, and the driver or owner files with the commissioner:

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A.

if the driver is also the owner of the vehicle involved in the incident, proof of insurance for:

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(1)

the vehicle operated at the time of the incident; or


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(2)

the vehicle currently being operated, if no vehicle is cited on the "no proof of insurance" report or if the vehicle involved in the incident has been sold or junked;



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B.

if the driver is not the owner of the vehicle involved in the incident, proof of insurance for a vehicle owned and currently being operated by the driver; or


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C.

if the driver is not the owner of the vehicle involved in the incident and the driver does not own a vehicle, proof of insurance for a nonowner operator policy or proof of insurance verifying that the person is a named insured.