How to Get a Copy of Your Driving Record
The DC Metro Area
Viginia offers online access to driving records via their MyDMV services as well as in-person an mail order access. Certified and uncertified records are available, with a certified driving record requiring an additional fee.
For mail order requests include your full name, address, social security number along with the monetary fee to:
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
Attention: Vehicle (Driver) Records Work Center
P. O. Box 27412
Richmond, VA 23269
Virginia offers different types of driving record documentation for different purposes (insurance submission, pre-employment checks, so it can be helpful to specify your reason when ordering the transcript via mail.
A driving record for insurance purposes includes a 5-year history. A pre-employment record, includes a 7-year history. If you do not specify a reason, you will receive an 11-year history.
For in-person visits, see the full list of Virginia DMV locations.
Maryland allows you to request driving records online using their FastTrack system. You will need to enter a driver’s license number and data of birth to access your record.
For in-person visits, see the full list of Maryland DMV locations.
Washington, DC offers online access of up to ten years of non-certified driving record history via their Driver Record Request system as well as in-in person or mail order access. Certified records are only available via mail or by visiting a Washington, DC DMV location.
For mail order requests include your full name, address, social security number, driver’s license number along with the monetary fee (check or money order) to:
Attn: Drivers Records
PO Box 90120
Washington, DC 20090
For in-person visits, see the full list of Washington, DC DMV locations.
North of DC Metro
Massachusetts makes driving records available online via their RMV Driving Record Request System. Massachusetts makes “unattested” records available online and “true and attested” driving records available for an addition fee.
For in-person visits, see the full list of Massachusetts DMV locations.
Pennsylvania makes driving records available online via their Online Driver’s License Services system. Pennsylvania driving record data includes infraction information but does not include the number of “points” per violation.
For in-person visits, see the full list of Pennsylvania DMV locations.
New Jersey makes a driver history abstract available online. This document contains a full driving history. The driver history abstract is also available in person or via mail using the new Jersey form DO-21. Forms should be sent to:
NJ Motor Vehicle Commission
225 East State Street
P.O. Box 142
Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0142
For in-person visits, see the full list of New JerseyDMV locations.
For in-person visits, see the full list of New York DMV locations.
South of DC Metro
West Virginia driving records can be obtained via any WV DMV location. Mail-in requests for driving records require a special form (Download Here) and should be sent to:
Division of Motor Vehicles
Driving Records / Insurance Section
Post Office Bx 17020
Charleston, West Virginia 25317
For in-person visits, see the full list of West Virginia DMV locations.
North Carolina allows online access to driving records via their Internet Driving Record Request. North Carolina offers non-certified records online as well as certified records for an additional fee.
For in-person visits, a full list of North Carolina DMV locations.
For in-person visits, see the full list of Florida DMV locations.