Maintaining the driving records of all Texas residents with a driver’s license is the responsibility of Texas Department of Public Safety. The Texas driving record maintained by the Texas DPS includes your driving history such as:
As your driving history is a public record, people other than you can view it. Those permitted to make a request for and view your Texas driving records include:
You can make Texas Driving Records Request for four different categories. These include:
The status record includes:
The 3-year driving record provides your three-year driving history and includes:
Certified 3-year record:
The certified 3-year record includes everything that is part of 3-year record with one obvious difference—the certified 3-year record is a certified driving record.
Certified complete abstract:
Certified complete abstract includes everything that is part of your driving history.
There are two way of making Texas driving records request: online and by mail.
To get a request for your driving record processed through mail, you’ll need to:
You make an online Texas Driving Records Request by:
Another way of obtaining your driving record is online through public databases. To find out more, visit Texas DMV website.