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    Driving Records for Employment

    Businesses can order Utah 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 Utah DLD, 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.

    Driving Records in Utah

    You can request your own or another Utah resident’s driving record, also known as a motor vehicle record (MVR), through the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS).

    Your driving record contains information about your traffic accidents, violations, and convictions, and can be used by:

    • By government agencies and courts conducting official business.
    • By insurance agencies.
    • For research and statistical information.

    Types of Utah Driving Records

    The Utah DMV offers:

    • A non-certified driving record.
    • A certified driving record.

    Utah driving records contain information about your:

    • Traffic citations, violations, and convictions.
    • Alcohol and drug violations.
    • Driver license suspensions and revocations.

    You can order your own driving record:

    • Online.
    • By mail.
    • In person.

    You can also order the driving record of another Utah driver by mail or in person. You cannot request someone else’s motor vehicle report (MVR) online.

    NOTE: If you order a certified motor vehicle record (MVR), your request can take 2 weeks or more to process.

    Order your non-certified Utah driving record online!

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    Order Your Own Utah Driving Record

    You can order your own DMV driving record online, by mail, or in person at your local UT DMV office.

    If you have a commercial driver’s license, you cannot order your MVR online, you must order it by mail or in person.

    Online

    To order your own driving record online, visit the Utah DPS website and provide your:

    • Full name.
    • Date of birth.
    • Utah driver’s license number and issue date.
    • Social Security number (SSN).
    • Credit/debit card number to pay the fee. (See the “Fees for Utah Driving Records” section below.)

    NOTE: If your credit/debit card information does not match the personal information on your Utah driver license record, you cannot request a driving record online.

    By Mail and In Person

    To order your own Utah driving record by mail or in person, you’ll need:

    • A completed Request for MVR (Form DLD60).
    • A completed Request for Records (Form DLD 266M), if you need a certified driving record.
    • Payment. (See the “Fees for Utah Driving Records” section below.)

    Submit the above to the UT Department of Public Safety:

    • In person at your local UT DPS office, or at the Administrative Office (if requesting a certified driving record):
      • 4501 S 2700 W, 3rd Floor, Salt Lake City.
    • By mail to:
        Department of Public Safety
        Driver License Division
        PO Box 144501
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4501

    Employer, Insurance Agency & Attorney Requests

    You can request another person’s Utah driving record if your request falls under one of the authorized uses, which include:

    • Government agencies, law enforcement agencies, or courts conducting official business.
    • Attorneys working on any federal, state, or local court proceedings.
    • Insurance agencies investigating claims and adjusting policy premiums.
    • People with written consent from the driver on the MVR.

    For a complete list of permitted uses, please see the Driver Privacy Protection Act document.

    You can request someone else’s Utah DMV driving record by mail or in person only. You cannot request it online.

    NOTE: To request a large number of UT driving records, contact the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) at (801) 983-0275.

    Order a Driving Record by Mail or In Person

    If you are requesting another person’s driving record with their consent, you’ll need:

    • A completed Request for MVR (Form DLD60b).
      • The driver must give their permission by signing and dating the form in the presence of a notary.
    • A completed Request for Records (Form DLD 266M), if you need a certified driving record.
    • Payment. (See the “Fees for Utah Driving Records” section below.)

    If you are a government agency, court, insurance agency, or attorney, you’ll need:

    • A completed Request for MVR (Form DLD60a).
    • A completed Request for Records (Form DLD 266M), if you need a certified MVR.
    • Payment. (See the “Fees for Utah Driving Records” section below.)

    Submit your form(s) and payment to the UT DMV:

    • In person at your local UT DPS office, or at the Administrative Office (if requesting a certified MVR):
      • 4501 S 2700 W, 3rd Floor, Salt Lake City.
    • By mail to:
        Department of Public Safety
        Driver License Division
        PO Box 144501
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4501

    Fees for Utah Driving Records

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

    • Non-certified driving record: $6.
    • Certified driving record:
      • Up to 15 pages: $10.75.
      • 16-30 pages : $15.75.
      • 31-45 pages: $20.75.
      • 46 pages or more: $25.75.

    Accepted Forms of Payment

    For driving record requests in person, the Utah DPS accepts payment by:

    • Cash.
    • Check.
    • Money order.
    • Credit/debit card.

    For online MVR requests, the UT Department of Public Safety accepts payment by credit/debit card only.

    For driving record requests by mail, payment must be made by check or money order.

    Correct Your UT Driving Record

    If there is an error on your driving, contact the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS):

    • Phone: (801) 965-4437.
      OR
    • Toll-free: (888) 353-4224.

    It is important to check all information on your UT driving record is correct. Inaccuracies can result in fines, an increase in your insurance premium, and even a suspended driver’s license.