Maintaining the records of all Nevada residents with a driver’s license is the responsibility of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The driving record maintained by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles includes your driving history such as:
* Your personal information
* Driver’s license number and expiration date
* Suspensions and revocations
* Traffic accidents
* Traffic violations
* DUI offences
* Demerit points
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles offers two different types of driving records. Therefore, you can make Nevada Driving Records Request for two different types of driving records including:
3-year driving record: includes three years driving history such as demerit points, convictions, and accidents.
10-year driving record: includes ten year driving history such as demerit points, convictions, accidents, suspensions, and revocations, cancellations.
There are three ways you can make Nevada Driving Records Request including:
* In person
* By mail
You can also obtain a copy of your driving record online through public databases.
To make an in person driving records request, you need to:
* Visit any Nevada DMV kiosk or DMV office along with your driver’s license
* Pay the $7 driving record fee
In order to request your Nevada driving record by mail, you need to: * Complete and mail application for individual record information form to: DMV Records Section 555 Wright Way Carson City, NV 89711
* Pay through check or money order the $7 driving record fee
You can request a 3-year as well as a 10-year driving record online. In order to make an online request, you’ll need to: * Visit the Nevada DMV website
* Provide your license number, DOB, social security number and email address
* Pay the $7 online driving record fee using a credit card
For further information, you can visit the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website.