Hawaii’s Department of Transportation maintains the driving records of every Hawaii resident with a driver’s license. Also known as Hawaii motor vehicle reports, Hawaii driving records include:
Apart from you, the people who can make request for your Hawaii driving records include:
There are three different types of Hawaii driving request that you can make. The three types of driving records that you can request include:
3-year driving record:
3-year driving record includes your three-year driving history such as:
This type of driving record is used to verify:
Certified traffic abstract:
The Hawaii- certified traffic abstract includes a record of:
Traffic court report:
Your complete driving history is what a traffic court report encompasses. Traffic court report is usually used for insurance or employment purposes.
There are two ways of making Hawaii driving records request including:
To make an in person request for your Hawaii driving record, you’ll need to:
To request your Hawaii driving records by mail, you need to mail to any Hawaii district court:
Apart from the aforementioned ways, you can obtain a copy of your driving records online through public databases. For further information, call (808) 692-7659.