Your California Driving Record
Checking your driving record is essential. Whether it’s to see what a potential employer will find or determine if driving privileges are suspended, ordering a driving record is the smart choice for all safe drivers. To get a qualified driving record delivered in minutes and stay in control, fill out the short form offered by 4safedrivers.com.
How to Check Your DMV Driving Record
A driving record includes the most important details of your driving history in California. Particulars like the number and issue date of your drivers license are available, and even more importantly, information on traffic tickets or automobile accidents can be found. Driver records can be ordered in the following ways:
- By mail
- In person
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How a Driving Record Works
Your California driving record acts as a history report of your driving career, and features the following details:
- Drivers license issuances
- Any car accidents you were involved in
- Suspensions, revocations and cancelations
- Convicted traffic tickets
- Any major violations that you committed:
- Types of Driving Records
Online Driving Record
A driving record ordered online is not a certified copy. Certified copies may only be obtained by mail.
To order an online driving record, drivers must first register as a certified user with the California DMV website. Then, applicants must have access to a printer to print the uncertified driving record.
Order a Driving Record by Mail
If you require a certified copy of your driving record, a request must be made via mail. Use the Request for a Driver Record application form to apply for a driving record. Then, mail the completed request to:
Department of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 944247 MS G199
Sacramento, CA 94244-2470
Check Your Driving Record with the DMV
Both uncertified and certified copies can be ordered at a DMV office. Fill out a Request for Your Own Driver License/Identification Card (DL/ID) or Vehicle/Vessel Registration (VR) Information Record application form, and submit it with the completed form along with your fee to the California DMV.
Driving records fees in California are as follows:
- Online Driver Record: $2
- Online VehicleRecord: $2
- Certified Driver Record: $5
- Certified Vehicle Record: $5
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