Vermont Driving Records Request Information
Maintaining the driving records of all Vermont residents with a driver’s license is the responsibility of Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles. The driving record maintained by the Vermont DMV contains your driving history including:
- Personal information
- Application and expiration dates
- Accident reports
- Suspensions or revocations
- DUI reports
- Failed court appearances
Apart from you, people who can request your Vermont driving record include:
- Government agencies
- Potential employers
- Auto insurance companies
- Any vehicle related organization
You can make Vermont Driving Records Request for two different types of driving records including:
Certified 3-year driving history:
Your 3-year driving record includes a certified record of your three-year driving history such as:
- Your personal information such as DOB, address, and driver’s license number
- Traffic accidents
- Traffic violations
Certified complete driving record:
The certified complete driving record includes a certified record of your complete driving history.
There are two ways of obtaining your Vermont driving record: by mail and in person. Furthermore, you can obtain a copy of your driving record online through public databases.
You can make an in person request for your Vermont driving record by:
Visiting the Vermont DMV office
- Completing and submitting Vermont DMV Records Request form
- Submitting copies of your identification documents
- Paying $14 driving record fee for 3-year driving history or $20 for certified complete driving record
To request your Vermont driving records by mail, you’ll need to:
- Fill out and mail Vermont DMV Records Request form along with copies of identification documents to: Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05603
- Pay through check or pay order $14 driving record fee for 3-year driving history or $20 for certified complete driving record
If you want to find out more about your Vermont driving record, call Vermont DMV at (802) 828-2000.