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Bad experience?
Tell us about it.

How was your MNLARS experience?

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Click on a marker to read individual submissions. These submissions have not been edited in any way, except to remove personal and/or identifying information.

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Your comments will be sent to staff for the Senate Transportation Finance and Policy Committee. Your feedback may be shared with committee members and used in hearings and/or other venues. No personal information will be shared, made public, or used for any purpose not expressly related to this issue. Due to the volume of comments, we cannot guarantee a response.

Your comments are essential to finding a solution.

1
years of planning
1
million dollars spent
1
days since implementation
1
titles in backlog

¹ As of February 22, 2018

It’s a ‘DMV debacle

Since its release last July, millions of Minnesotans have encountered significant difficulties, delays, and inconsistencies from the new Minnesota Licensing and Registration System known as MNLARS. After over a decade of planning and at least $93 million in taxpayer funds, the system has been a total disaster — and Governor Dayton’s administration still has not taken full accountability for this complete failure of state government.

Now, the Dayton administration is asking for $43 million more for the same state agencies that created this mess, with no assurances, no accountability, and no end in sight. And those exorbitant fees you already pay for your license plate tabs and driver’s licenses? Governor Dayton wants to raise those, too.

It’s a ‘DMV debacle

1
million dollars spent
1
days since implementation
1
titles in backlog

¹ As of February 22, 2018

Since its release last July, millions of Minnesotans have encountered significant difficulties, delays, and inconsistencies from the new Minnesota Licensing and Registration System known as MNLARS. After over a decade of planning and at least $93 million in taxpayer funds, the system has been a total disaster — and Governor Dayton’s administration still has not taken full accountability for this complete failure of state government.

Now, the Dayton administration is asking for $43 million more for the same state agencies that created this mess, with no assurances, no accountability, and no end in sight. And those exorbitant fees you already pay for your license plate tabs and driver’s licenses? Governor Dayton wants to raise those, too.

We’re listening.
Governor Dayton should, too.

MNLARS is an executive branch project, meaning the Department of Public Safety (DPS) and Minnesota IT Services (MN.IT) are the government entities responsible for this disaster — not the legislature. These state agencies report directly to Governor Dayton.

Demand accountability.

Call Governor Dayton
at (651) 201-3400

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