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Driving Records

Driving Records at the DMV



Driving Records

Driving records are utilized for a variety of purposes, including background checks, legal procedures, and insurance companies. These data assist insurers in adjusting your insurance rates or premiums as well as investigating any claims you make. So, if someone requests a search by your driver's license number, they're probably curious about the status of your driving record.

Your driving record, commonly known as a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR), can be obtained from your state's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This service may also be provided by the Secretary of State (SOS), the Department of Revenue (DOR), the Department of Public Safety (DPS), or the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD).

This driving record, also known as an MVR, is a document that contains information about your personal driving history. It contains information such as:

  • Your driver's license status (valid, suspended, or cancelled).
  • Records of any traffic incidents in which you have been involved Points on your driving record as a result of traffic infractions.
  • Any traffic offenses, as well as any connected convictions and penalties.
  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI) public records.

If you're wondering, "How can I find my driver's license number?" or "What's my driver's license number?" a simple phone call to your state's Motor Vehicle Report service (MVR) should supply the answer. Please keep in mind that websites claiming to offer free driver's license status checks may merely provide you with limited information before attempting to sell you anything else.

Different forms of driving records may be available from your state's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Secretary of State (SOS), Department of Revenue (DOR), Department of Public Safety (DPS), or Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). These are some examples:

  • MVR stands for Motor Vehicle Report or Record.
  • Driving records, whether certified or uncertified.
  • A driving abstract or a synopsis of your driving record.
  • A copy of your driving record online.
  • Depending on what you want, your driving record may reveal your whole driving history or simply the last few years.

Please choose your state from the list below to check the status of your driver's license, learn more about your driving record, and learn how to get your MVR online, by mail, or in person. You may also check to see whether your license has been suspended.

Remember that knowing your driving history is vital for both personal and legal reasons.


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To obtain information on how to obtain your driving records at the DMV.

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