Sgt. Neil Dickenson of the Minnesota State Patrol
Question: Can you please explain the new hands-free cellphone law?
Question: I have a North Dakota commercial driver's license (CDL) Class A permit, but my employer is in the Minnesota area.
Question: Why have they not passed a law regarding animals hanging out a driver's side window, paws on the steering wheel and animals jumping from the front seat to the backseat?
Question: Are drivers required to use turn signals when entering or exiting a roundabout?
Question: I recently moved to Minnesota, where and I am living with a cousin of mine. I am writing to you concerning driving legally within the state.
Question: I was wondering what to do at pedestrian flashing crosswalk lights. Am I to wait until the lights stop flashing and the crosswalk is clear of pedestrians, or can I go forward when it is safe to? Answer: Most pedestrian flashing lights are set up at a crosswalk. Reminder that if there is a pedestrian that is curbside and is waiting to cross in a crosswalk, motorists must yield the right of way and stop for them.
Question: What are the rules about who has to pull into a weigh station?
Question: If I get a DWI and elect to put on the W series plates (commonly called "whiskey plates") on all my vehicles, do I have to put them on my collector car that I own?
Question: Can someone who had a shoulder replacement and will be in a sling for four more weeks still be legal to drive with one arm?
Question: What is the law about pickup trucks with the flashing amber lights?