Re-Certification Classes
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Re-Certification Classes

All certified Minnesota Commercial Vehicle Inspectors must be re-certified every two years if they wish to continue as certified inspectors. You cannot attend the re-certification class if:

  • Your certification has been expired for more than six months;
  • If your certification is under revocation; or
  • If you have already attended and failed a re-certification class.  


Minnesota Trucking Association 
Concorde Executive Center
6160 Summit Drive #330
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

Price: $100 - Refund for a missed class will not be issued or applied to a future date. Reschedules or cancellations must be received 48 hours before the class date. PAYMENT IS DUE 5 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE THE CLASS DATE. 

Class starts at 8:00 and light breakfast will be provided. 

Please note: Due to classroom size, classes are limited to 30 students. If you click on a date and it does not let you register it is because the class is FULL. Please click the next available date.

Click on a date below to register online

Thursday, July 18, 2019   FULL
Thursday, August 8, 2019   
Thursday, September 5, 2019   
Thursday, October 3, 2019   
Thursday, November 7, 2019   
Thursday, December 5, 2019   

Who Should be Certified?

Minnesota law requires commercial motor vehicles to be inspected annually and display an annual inspection decal. For purposes of the annual inspection, a commercial motor vehicle is:

  • A vehicle or combination of motor vehicles having a gross vehicle weight greater than 26,000 pounds
  • A bus (more than 15 passengers including the driver)
  • A vehicle, regardless of size, that transports a quantity of hazardous materials requiring the vehicle to display placards; or 
  • A self-propelled special mobile equipment mounted on a commercial motor vehicle chassis with a gross vehicle weight more than 26,000 pounds.

A required inspection may be performed only by:

  • An employee of the Department of Public Safety (DPS) or Transportation (MnDOT) who has been certified by the commissioner of DPS after having received training provided by the State Patrol;
  • Another person who is not an employee of DPS or MnDOT certified by the commissioner if the person is:
    • An owner, or employee of the owner, of one or more commercial motor vehicles that are power units;
    • A dealer licensed under section 168.27 and engaged in the business of buying and selling commercial motor vehicles, or an employee of the dealer;
    • Engaged in the business of repairing and servicing commercial motor vehicle.
    • Governmental agency that operates commercial motor vehicles