You can obtain a copy of your New Hampshire driving record from the Division of Motor Vehicles of New Hampshire Department of Safety (DOS).The New Hampshire Department of Safety DMV maintains the record of your driving history such as:
* Your name and DOB
* Mailing address
* Your insurance requirements
* Suspensions and revocations
* Traffic convictions
* Traffic violations
* Ignition interlock requirements
* Driver’s license restoration date
* Court convictions
* Demerit points
* DUI reports
You can use your New Hampshire driving record for a variety of purposes including:
* Insurance purposes
* Preventing identity theft
* Employment, work, or legal purposes
* Verifying information
You can make New Hampshire Driving Records Request for three different types of driving records including:
Insurance driver record: includes three year accident information and five year traffic violations and court convictions information
Certified driver record: Includes detailed information about accidents, convictions, suspensions, revocations, and restorations.
Non-certified driver record: Includes everything that is part of certified driver record but comes without the certified ‘seal’.
There are only two ways of making New Hampshire Driving Records Request—by mail and in-person. You cannot order your New Hampshire driving record online. However, there are ways for you to obtain a copy of your driving record online through public databases.
In order to make an in person driving records request, you need to:
* Visit the local New Hampshire DMV office * Fill out and submit Release of Motor Vehicles Record form
* Pay the $15 driving record fee
You can request your New Hampshire driving record by mail by: * Completing and mailing Release of Motor Vehicles Record form to: NH Department of Safety DMV – FR Driving Records 23 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03305
* Paying through check or money order the $15 driving record fee
To find out more, you can contact New Hampshire DMV at (603) 227-4040.