A driver record contains your driving history. The record shows current and resolved court-ordered suspensions, citations, violations and other entries impacting your record - including reinstatement fees owed to the BMV.
Please Note: Outstanding issues with a court must be settled with the court, including failure to pay tickets, unsatisfied judgments and delinquent child support. The BMV cannot address court issues.
Two types of driving records are available.
Viewable Driver Record (VDR) - Can be viewed at no charge.
Official Driver Record (ODR) – A certified copy of your driver record that is accompanied by a letter of certification from the BMV. Some employers and school admission offices require a certified driver record. The ODR is available for $4.
Driver Record Legend - Provides an explanation of the abbreviations shown on the driver record.
- Download the Driver Record Legend (pre-12/8/13) – Use for ODRs issued prior to 12/8/2013
- Download the Driver Record Legend (post-12/7/13) – Use for ODRs issued on or after 12/8/2013
If you do not know your driver’s license number, you will be required to request a copy of your Official Driver Record by mail. To order your ODR by U.S. Mail, print and mail the form below to the BMV. Remember to include your payment.