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What Does a Driving Records Report Include?

Type a name or a plate number into the search box to obtain a summary of someone's driving records. Our instantly-generated reports scour thousands of online driving records databases to reveal pending/resolved driving suspensions, speeding violations, traffic citations, and other relevant data. Please note that not all driving records and details described here could be available online, as many jurisdictions restrict or limit public access to this type of data, in compliance with the Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA).

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DUI Arrest Records

Access arrest information regarding arrests for driving under the influence (DUI), operating under the influence (OUI) or driving while impaired (DWI). Our findings could contain the offender’s profile (full name, address, year of birth), arrest date, location, arresting agency/officer, victim details, days in custody, and more.

Criminal Traffic Records

Criminal driving records show if someone has DUI records, or has even been guilty of texting and driving, hit and run, aggressive/reckless driving, driving without a valid license or insurance, moving violations, license suspensions, or assault violations. A serious driving violation would result in penalty points and jail time.

Civil Traffic Records

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 the offender’s name, fine amount, and due date. A speeding violation lookup gathers information about all payable traffic, administrative, or court-required citations.

Police Records

Police records are an essential section with information on collision details (date, time, location), police agency, vehicle registration number, mugshots, booking date, cell assigned, prison records, bail type, amount, bond agency, status, and terms of parole/probation.

What are Driving Records?

Search Millions of Public Driving Records with InfoTracer.com

Driving records are reports of someone’s driving history generated and kept by each state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. Road-related crimes show up for three or ten years after they were committed. Not all driving records are public records or can be found through online services. To access sealed ones, special permission is needed.

In the US, there are about 227.5 million licensed drivers (2018) and several types of driver records that could include:

  • Driver’s License Status Records - limited to the information featured on the license, such as driver’s full name, address, date of birth, current license status (active, inactive, revoked, or suspended), type (commercial driver license (CDL), Class A, B, or C).
  • Driving Abstracts - a list of an individual’s accidents, traffic violations, and license actions, requested by law enforcement agencies, attorneys, courts, or insurance companies.
  • Certified Driving Records - for official or legal purposes, accredited driving history reports are verified by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
  • Uncertified Driving Records - for personal use only, these are ordered to check if driver history records are correct and updated.
  • Full Driving Record - a comprehensive account of a person’s entire driving history.
  • Set-Year Records - driving information limited to a specific period (for instance, three years).

Driving records contain driver’s identifying info (name, sex, phone number, and address), driver's license number, class, status, expiration date, restrictions, suspensions, revocations, fines, points, DUIs, disqualifying traffic offenses, convictions, and accidents.

Common Questions About Driving Records

Can I Lookup My Driving Record?

The quickest way to access your driving history reports is by visiting your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or the state Driver’s Licensing Office. Driving records could also be browsed online in some states, as well as on websites like Infotracer.com.

How Far Back Does A Driving Record Go?

A driving record or Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) goes back at least 3 to 10 years, depending on the state and the severity of the violations – the more serious the offense, the longer it stays. For instance, a DUI record lasts 10 years, but if it’s a hit-and-run DUI that took place in California, it’ll stay on record for 13 years.

What States Do Not Share Driving Records?

The Driver's License Compact (DLC) is an interstate agreement signed by states regarding the exchange of information about license suspensions and traffic violations. All American states are members of DLC, except Massachusetts, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Tennessee.

What Is On Your Driving Record?

Your driving record includes 3 types of information: Record Holder info (name, date of birth, sex, current address, physical description), Driving License info (number, status, classification, date of issuance & expiration, restrictions) and the Driving history (points, DUIs, convictions, suspensions, fines, and revocations). Public driving records list information like speeding violations, DUI & DWI records, traffic convictions and more.

Can I Get A Free Driving Record?

You can view your history of driving violations online, for free, on Infotracer.com. For your driving records, visit the Records Section of your state’s DMV 's website and fill a form. You’ll need the name and the address of the holder. In the case of “clean” records, submit a mail request to the DMV Headquarters.

How Long Does It Take To Get Driving Record?

You can instantly get an unofficial copy of a driving record online, through the DMV website. Official DPS records can be obtained through the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Online Driver Record Request System in 8 to 24 hours, depending on the processing times.

Is Driving Records Lookup Free To Use?

Our initial instant driving records lookup is free to use, however it will only provide you with the most basic type of information. To view all other information and records you will have to sign up for our affordable, easy to use, and convenient membership which gives you unlimited access to all our searches and full reports.

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