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  • Criminal Violations
  • Moving Violations
  • Speeding Violations
  • License Suspensions
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Access Over 1 Billion Driving Records

InfoTracer's powerful driving records database covers the entire nation, including thousands of counties and municipalities.

InfoTracer covers many types of driving records. Driving reports can include important details on criminal driving violations as well as minor driving infractions. Criminal data may include traffic violations such as repeated DUI/DWI, reckless driving, grand theft auto, and more. Other driving records can include speeding violations, moving violations, and driver's license violations. InfoTracer also offers access to millions of arrest records across thousands of sheriff's offices nationwide. These records are updated daily and may include criminal driving infractions.

All of the driving information on a search subject is compiled into one easy-to-read comprehensive report for the best research experience possible.

What Does a Driving Records Report Include?

Criminal Violations

  • DUI
  • DWI
  • Reckless Driving
  • And More

Speeding Violations

  • Absolute Speed Limit Violation
  • Presumed Speed Limit Violation
  • Basic Speed Limit Violation
  • And More

Moving Violations

  • Running Red Light
  • Running a Stop Sign
  • Tailgating
  • And More

Driver's License

  • Driving Without License
  • License Suspension
  • Revoking License
  • And More
What Does a Driving Records Report Include?

Types of Driving Records

Criminal Driving Violations

Criminal driving violations are the more serious traffic violations. These offenses are still under the umbrella of traffic violations, but they have more serious consequences. The most common criminal driving violations include DUI and DWI, reckless driving, and tailgating too closely. Punishments for criminal driving violations include longer jail terms, significant fines, and may include a loss of driver’s license.

Speeding Violations

Speeding violations are when drivers are driving too fast for the conditions and also exceed the posted speed limits. There are many types of speeding violations, including absolute speed limit violations, presumed speed limit violations, basic speed limit violations, and more. The consequences for speeding violations often start with speeding tickets, but can extend into jail time, significant fines, point accumulations on the driver’s license or the loss of the driver’s license, increased insurance premiums, and more.

Moving Violations

Moving violations are a form of traffic violation that occurs while the vehicle is in motion. Examples of moving violations include running red lights, failing to stop at a stop sign, tailgating too close to the vehicle in front, drag racing, speeding, failing to use turn signals, and more. The punishments for these crimes vary, but often start with a ticket and can become jail time, fines, and points off driver’s licenses.

Driver's License

Driver’s license violations are when someone is driving without a proper driver’s license in their name. Examples of driver’s license violations include driving on a revoked or suspended license, driving without a driver’s license, using a fake driver’s license, and more. The punishment varies by state, but typically includes tickets, fines, jail time, and restricted or revoked driving privileges.

Common Questions About Our Service

Do you offer nationwide coverage?

Yes, we cover all 50 states including thousands of counties, cities and municipalities.

Can I run unlimited court case lookups?

Yes, you will have unlimited search access to billions of court records nationwide.

Do you offer search assistance?

Yes, our search experts are available if you need help locating certain records.

What types of court cases do you have?

You will have access to billions of court records including criminal records, arrests, civil cases, bankruptcy filing, legal judgments, liens, driving violations, and much more!

Where does your data come from?

Our reports are compiled from thousands of government records which include courthouses, county offices, municipalities, federal sources, & much more!

How is my report delivered?

All reports are generated instantly right on your device.

Are my searches confidential?

Yes, all your searches are confidential.

How often is your data updated?

Our data is updated on a regular basis with some databases such as arrest records on a daily basis.

What is a Moving Violation?

A moving violation is a traffic offense that occurs when the vehicle is in motion. Some examples may include running a red light, failing to stop at a stop sign, failing to yield, speeding, and other infractions. The severity of a moving violation varies by jurisdiction, and some are considered misdemeanors and other felonies. Although many result in just a traffic ticket/fine, other offenses may include the loss of a driver’s license, steep fines, jail time, and court-ordered programs.

Which States do Not Share Driving Records?

The District of Columbia, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin are the only six states that do not share driving records with other states. All other states do share driving records.

How Long do Points Stay on Your Record?

How long points stay on your record depends on the state you live in and its policies regarding points. In some cases, the points will remain there forever. In other cases, you may be able to request removal if you take a safe driver course or stay conviction-free for a few years. You may need to take a driving test or perform other driver services to get these points removed. Someone with a commercial driver license (CDL) may have difficulty getting points removed.

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