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Your Driving Record

By having a driver's license in the state of Arizona you official consent to have your driving history tracked by the DMV of Arizona. For legal reasons, the Arizona DMV is required to provide this information to you if you demand it. There are a variety of reasons why you, being a motorist, want to know in your driving history. Unawareness of one's history may lead to anything from missed employment opportunities to license suspensions. Driving records in many cases are used as part of background checks for brand new personnel, and if you are commonly passed over for work for which you are qualified it could be smart to look at your Arizona driving record. The simplest and fastest way to see your driving record is by completing the form above.

Demerit points is a second reason why knowing your record is important. The state of Arizona has a particular limit of demerit points which a motorist may incur before being having their license terminated. If you do not know how close you are to this limit your could be putting yourself at great hazard .

Insurance premiums is something all motorists care about. If you don't know your driving record than your run the risk of paying excessively high premium. To negotiate with your insurance provider you need to be in a position of knowledge, and knowing your driving history is a vital piece of information. Quickly get access to your driving record by filling out the insurance form above

being offered electronically, your DMV driving record can be sent by mail to you or be picked personally at the nearest DMV office. To learn more, speak to your local DMV office