Whether you are applying for employment, auto insurance, or even driving school, you will need a copy of your driving record. In each state, the Department of Motor Vehicles maintains driving records on all legal drivers. Although the process of obtaining DMV records may sometimes be confusing,
To see an unofficial copy of your DMV records online, visit our partner at 4SafeDrivers.com.
If you are in need of an official certified copy, please visit your local DMV.
DMV records will also help you obtain critical information on other drivers and will help you learn what is contained within your driving history that will potentially be sent to an employer. We can help you answer these questions and more.
Our state-specific information guide will detail exactly what you need to know in an easy-to-read format. Should you need to obtain forms, we will be able to direct you to the necessary documents with the option to download them for free. Additionally, should your situation require a visit to the Department of Motor Vehicles, you can find a list of what documents you must provide for your particular situation, included select documentation or identification relating traffic tickets and violations.
See what’s in your DMV records – check the status of your license.