Sgt. Neil Dickenson, Minnesota State Trooper
Question: If I'm driving a friend's car whose license is suspended, if the officer runs the plates and it comes back to my friend, can he pull me over just because the registered owner's license is suspended?
Question: I was stuck at a train crossing the other day for a half-hour. What is the law on how long a train can block the road crossing and who do I report this to?
Question: The law states that an active duty military member with residence in Minnesota can have an expired license.
Question: I have a question about the Minnesota State Patrol blood relays. Why did it involve three patrol officers?
Question: Last summer at a stoplight, my car was vibrating from the bass boom of the car next to me. I looked over and saw what I assume was a person driving, but I could see only the outline of his pulled-up hoodie. As we drove away, I thought there is no way he is going to be able to hear or see an ambulance or fire truck coming into the intersection on an emergency.
Question: Would you tell me the significance of the color maroon for the Minnesota State Patrol please?
Question: The other day at an intersection I noticed a car with the windows so frosted up that the driver had to roll down a window to check for cars coming from my side.
Question: First of all, thank you for your service; it is greatly appreciated.
Question: I recently purchased a trailer that requires yearly tabs. I'm worried the plate will get damaged if I mount it to the manufacturer's bracket. I have noticed over the years that owners of some trailers have mounted their trailer plates on the fender well in a vertical position and not horizontal so it can be read easier. Is that legal?
Question: While on the freeway, traffic going the same direction, just wondering if it's necessary to pull over and stop when the state trooper has his lights on in pursuit of someone?