A state audit is exposing the agency that issues driver’s licenses in Minnesota. The Office of the Legislative Auditor released a report Thursday criticizing the Driver’s and Vehicle Services Division after state legislators began receiving complaints about scheduling delays and the inability to obtain road test appointments. According to the audit, Minnesota struggled to schedule road tests within 14 days of an applicant’s request. However, auditors say a number of reasons are to blame for the delays, including the COVID-related shutdowns and staffing shortages at exam stations.