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As Minnesota prepares for the next winter storm, much of the attention is on accumulation amounts. Regardless of how much snow falls at your home, make sure you are prepared for any snow event. Right now, the forecast is calling for anywhere from one inch of snow in St. Cloud to about six inches in the Twin Cities to 18 inches in Albert Lea. Blowing snow could also be an issue. Whether it’s a Winter Storm Warning or a Blizzard Warning, now is the time to make sure your car has a winter survival kit. Remember to check your car tires and batteries. Be on the lookout for snowplows and check road conditions before you travel.
You don’t need to dig through your files to find how much registration tax you paid for your vehicle in 2016. You can look it up online. You just need to enter your Minnesota driver’s license number or your vehicle plate number. Any registration tax you paid in 2016 will be listed, along with the payment date, expiration date and license plate number. This includes vehicles and trailers that require an annual registration fee. See additional DVS online services.
Video Description: A mother whose son died last year from carbon monoxide poisoning while ice fishing on Leech Lake recently spoke about his death publicly in hopes of saving another family the heartache of losing a loved one.