A personal driving record can be obtained via the DMV. Another potentially more convenient and faster option is to get a copy of your driver history from our partner.
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Driving Record/Motor Vehicle Report (MVR)
You can order your driving record or motor vehicle report (MVR) with 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).
Your driving record/MVR contains information about your driving history including:
- Status of drivers license
- Traffic accidents.
- Driving record points.
- Traffic law violations, convictions and fines.
- DUI public records.
- Whether your driver license is valid, suspended or cancelled.
Driving records are used for background checks, in court proceedings, and by insurance agencies to adjust your policy rates/premiums and investigate claims. If someone has asked to search by drivers license number, they are most likely referring to checking your driving record status.
Check Your Driving Record/MVR in Your State
Your state DMV, SOS, DOR, DPS or MVD may offer several types of driving records, including:
- A motor vehicle report or record (MVR).
- A certified or non-certified driving record.
- A driving abstract or driving history.
- An online driving record.
Your driving record may include your complete driving history or your driving history for a few years.
Click on your state below for a driver license status check, more driving record information and to learn about requesting your MVR online, by mail and in person and find out if your license is suspended.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
- Washington DC