Scrap Metal Laws in the US


Scrap Metal Laws In Minnesota

Sell your Minnesota scrap metals locally and report area pricesWhen you are preparing your truck and separating all of your scrap for a trip to your local yard, it’s important to know what to expect when you get there. With some of the important information need to know about the scrap metal laws in Minnesota below, the iScrap App gives you what you need. Below is some of the basics of laws in Minnesota but if you want to see more details and information, you can see them below.

Summary of Minnesota Scrap Laws:

  • Records: Scrap yards must keep a record of transactions for 3 years.
  • Photos & Video: Scrap yards in Minnesota have to take records of photos or video of the seller and their vehicle.
  • License Plate: Your license plate number will also be recorded by the scrap yard for their records.
  • Driver’s License: Minnesota scrap yards must take a copy of the driver’s license for the customer selling the metals.
  • Cameras: Scrap yards must have cameras installed at scales areas.
  • Payments: Minnesota scrap yards can only pay scrappers by check or electronic transfers.
  • Get Further Details From Minnesota Organizations on Scrap Laws

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Information Current as of June 2016.

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