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Driving records are a public summary of someone's driving history that includes outstanding and resolved traffic suspensions, violations, and citations - all open and easy to access by any member of the public, within a driving record online database. Still, not all driving records or motor vehicle reports (MVR) are public and in case they are sealed, one might need a special permission to access them.
This section will feature DUI arrests, DWI charges and further criminal driving records involving the search subject, including arrest time, location, and full name.
Whenever someone violates a civil traffic law by speeding, making illegal turns, running a stop sign or a red light, a traffic ticket is issued. With a speeding ticket lookup, you can instantly access all the info related to traffic payable citations, administrative citations or court-required citations.
Police records are an essential report section with incident details, date and location, the police agencies involved, and – when available - mugshots, past prison records or parole/probation information.
Criminal and court records provide immediate access to civil, criminal, and traffic records made available to the public by US courts. Stored at county courthouses, these digital files are constantly updated and open to consultancy.
Depending on the offense, a conviction stays on a driving record for 4 and up to 11 years since the date someone committed or is convicted of a traffic violation. For instance, for serious offenses such as drink driving you end up losing 3 to 11 points on your license and they'll stay in your driving history records for 11 years.
At InfoTracer we have a solid database developed to acquire accurate reports that are easy to grasp. Our powerful nationwide connections with public data sources compile the driving data you need with a simple lookup.
Infotracer.com has one of the most extensive coverage areas in the industry. We cover over 3,500 federal, state & municipal sources nationwide. Spare a time consuming visit to a courthouse & save money by accessing the same records with our powerful online search.
Infotracer.com has one of the largest public records databases in the industry, over 2 billion records and counting. These range from criminal histories, arrest records, bankruptcy filings to assets, marriage & divorce records.
Our data is updated regularly to bring you one of the up-to-date records in the industry. Some of our data such as arrest records are updated on a daily basis across all available states.