The New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) maintains the driving records of all New Mexico residents with a driver’s license. The driving record maintained by the New Mexico MVD includes your driving history such as:
* Moving violation points
* Traffic tickets
* Traffic accidents
* Suspensions and revocations
* Background information
* DUI reports
You can make New Mexico Driving Records Request for two different types of driving records including:
Non-certified driving record: Includes your non-certified driving history such as your driver’s license information, car accidents, previous violations, and demerit points.
Certified driving record: Use for official purposes or by potential employers, CDR includes a certified record of your complete driving history.
You can make New Mexico Driving Records Request in four different ways—online, in person, by phone and by fax. Furthermore, you may obtain a copy of your New Mexico driving record online through public databases.
You can request your New Mexico driving record in person by:
* Visiting a New Mexico MVD office * Filling out and submitting MVD Confidential Records Release form
Note: No fee is charged when you apply in person.
To make an online request for your driving record, you need to: * Visit the New Mexico MVD website
* Enter your driver’s license number, DOB and last four digits of your social security number
* Pay through credit card the $6.63 online driving record fee
You can request a copy of your New Mexico driving record over the phone by calling at (888) 683-4636.
By Fax You can request your driving record by fax by completing and faxing the MVD Confidential Records Release form to NM MVD at (505) 827-2792.
For further information, you can contact New Mexico MVD by calling at 888-683-4636 or visiting the NM MVD website.