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Driving Records in Oklahoma

Driving Records in Oklahoma

You can request your own or another person's Oklahoma driving record, also known as a motor vehicle report (MVR), through the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) Records Management Division.

Your OK driving record contains information about your driving history and can be used:

  • By government agencies and courts.
  • By insurance companies to adjust insurance premiums.
  • For statistics and research.
  • By employers for background checks and pre-employment screenings.

Types of Oklahoma Driving Records

The Oklahoma DPS offers the following types of driving records (MVRs):

  • Non-certified driving record summary.
  • Certified driving record summary.

Each type of MVR contains the last 3 years of your driving history, and includes any:

  • Traffic accidents.
  • Convictions.
  • Traffic violations.

You can order your own OK driving record or the driving record of another Oklahoma driver by mail or in person. You cannot order an Oklahoma MVR online.

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Driving Records for Employment

Businesses can order Oklahoma driving records as part of their employment screening practices from DrivingRecords.com. These driving records provide a history of violations, suspensions, and other details about a person's driving history.

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Although you can order a driving record directly from the Oklahoma DPS, one of the fastest ways to get your Driving Record for Employment Purposes is to order it online through a 3rd-party advertiser, such as DrivingRecords.com. They also offer other services such as criminal records, SSN verifications, and other employment screening services.

In Oklahoma, you can order your own or someone else's driving record by mail or in person. You cannot order it online.

You can only request another person's Oklahoma driving record if your request falls under one of the permitted use categories, such as:

  • A federal, state, or local court conducting official business.
  • An attorney working on a case.
  • An insurance agency adjusting premiums or investigating a claim.

A complete list of authorized uses can be found on the Records Request and Consent to Release form (DPS 303RM 0097).

By Mail Driving Record Request

To request an Oklahoma MVR by mail, you'll need:

If you're using regular mail, send your driving record request form and payment to:

Department of Public Safety
Records Management Division
P.O. Box 11415
Oklahoma City, OK 73136-0415

If you're using any other mail service, send your driving record form and payment to:

Department of Public Safety
Records Management Division
3600 North Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

In Person

To request an Oklahoma motor vehicle report (MVR) in person, visit the DPS Records Management Division located at:

Room 206, Department of Public Safety
3600 North Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

You will need to bring:

Fees for an Oklahoma Driving Record

It will cost you the following fees for a driving record in Oklahoma:

  • Certified driving record: $28.
  • Non-certified driving record: $25.
  • Certified Collision report: $10

Accepted Forms of Payment

If you're ordering an OK driving record by mail, payment must be made by:

  • Certified check.
  • Money order.
    OR
  • Cashier's check.

If you're ordering an OK driving record in person, payment must be made by:

  • Certified check.
  • Money order.
  • Cashier's check.
    OR
  • Cash.

NOTE: The Oklahoma DPS does not accept personal checks for motor vehicle record requests.

Correct Your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)

If there is an error on your Oklahoma driving record, contact the Oklahoma DPS Records Management Division at (405) 425-2262.

It is important to make sure your Oklahoma driving record is accurate. Incorrect information can lead to fines, an increase in your insurance premiums, and even a suspended OK driver’s license.

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