Purchase your driving record

Overview

  1. Decide what type of record you need
  2. Purchase your driving record
  3. Print or save your record

1. Decide what type of record you need

Your driving record, also known as driving abstract, drivers abstract, or abstract driving record (ADR), is a history of violations, convictions, collisions, and actions you’ve incurred over a period of time.

You can get the following kinds of records:

Record type Cost
Complete record
Shows your complete driving record
$13
Employment record
To determine employment eligibility
$13
3–year noncommercial insurance record
For getting or renewing vehicle insurance
$13
3–year commercial insurance record
Creating and renewing commercial vehicle insurance policies
$13
Volunteer/Transit record
To determine if a volunteer driver meets the requirements to drive a vanpool or a vehicle used to transport individuals who are under 18, over 65, or disabled
$13
School bus driver record
Determine if a person is eligible to drive a school bus
$13
3–year life insurance record
Creating and renewing life insurance policies
$13
Check the status of a driver license
See if your license is current, expired, suspended, revoked, or canceled
Free
Learn how to reinstate your license
Get personalized instructions for what you need to do to reinstate your driver license
Free

If you’re unsure of what record you need, see Frequently asked questions to learn more about what the records include. If you’re not purchasing your own record, see purchase another person’s driving record.

2. Purchase your driving record

Login to License eXpress or purchase without creating an account.

If you need us to mail it to someone, complete a Driving record request form and send it to us with a check or money order for the fee.

3. Print or save your record

If you purchase your driving record online print or save it. It’s available for 24 hours if you need to print it again.

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