Illinois Driving Record

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Illinois Driving Record Online

Illinois driving records can be obtained by visiting the Illinois DMV office but it’s much easier to do this online. There are a couple ways someone can obtain an Illinois driving record online. You can visit the Illinois DMV office website or use a private database resource online. If you want an official Illinois driving record then you’ll definitely want to use the official Illinois DMV website. Typically you can only obtain your own driving records online through the DMV unless you have written permission from someone else. This method takes a bit longer than using an online driving records website since official copies of a driving record must be mailed or picked up in person. The other option is to use an online driving records website where you can perform a driving records search with a simple name search. With the 2nd option you will get instant results however they are not offical copies that can be used for employment or rental background checks.

Official Illinois Driving Record Online

You can visit the Illinois DMV office online and fill out the driving record request forms. These are official Illinois driving records. This method is typically for obtaining driver information or making changes on your own Illinois driving record. Typically driving records for other people cannot be obtained online from the Illinois DMV office unless you have written permission. A nominal fee is charged for copies and anything that needs to be mailed to you.

Unofficial Illinois Driving Record Online

Unofficially you can instantly search Illinois driving records online through the search form above. Here you will instantly be able to view Illinois driver records, DUIs, traffic citations & violations, DMV records, police reports, arrest records and more. These public records are available to the general public via the FOIA. With this service you have to enter a first and last name and state of residence. If your results include more than one person then you’ll need additional information about the person to narrow down your choices. An age or address is typically the best way to figure out that you’ve found the right driving record for the right person. Then you can print up the Illinois driver records or download a PDF.

Illinois Driving Record
Illinois Driving Record

How can I get a copy of my Illinois driving record?

1. Visit the website 2. Request a copy of your Illinois driver abstract 3. Complete the driving record request form 4. Have your full driver's license number available 5. Pay the $12 fee for a certified copy of your driver record 6. Your Illinois driving record will be mailed in a couple weeks

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  1. says:

    Hi! I have not been living is USA for sometime. I have lost my driver’s license and need to find previous expired driver license no. How can I do it?

  2. says:

    Paula, you can bring your old driver’s license and birth certificate, or passport, and SSN card to the motor vehicle department to make your request for the Illinois driver’s license record that you’re inquiring about

  3. says:

    I no longer have the infor from issue date from my old Drivers licence to request the status such as issue date and expiration date what do I do?

  4. says:

    Jeffery, that is not something that the Illinois motor vehicle department offers, issuing old driver’s license. You will need to contact the DMV directly to get the documentation you need for your international driver’s license

  5. says:

    I am wondering if I can get a copy of my old driver’s license (I have my new driver’s license that was renewed), but I need a copy of my old one to verify that I had a driver’s license before the new one. However, I threw away the old one since I got my new one. I am living in Korea and in order to get an international driver’s license, they need the old one to verify. My mom received the new one for me and sent it to me, but they are very strict with the policy here in Korea and said that since I was in Korea according to the dates of the new driver’s license, they need the old one to verify. Is there a simple way to get a copy of my old driver’s license even if it is a pdf file or a copy of my old driver’s license somehow online?

  6. says:

    Michael, we are happy to verify what is on your Illinois driving record however, if you need a copy of your Illinois driver record you will want to visit or contact the Illinois DMV. You can make a request online with Illinois Secretary of State website A complete copy of your Illinois driver abstract will cost you $12 and you can make your request online and have the driving record mailed to you in a couple weeks or visit an office in person and receive the driving record the same day.

  7. says:

    I am requesting my Illinois driving record.
    Illinois driving record number # (hidden)

  8. says:

    Dakota, you can find out how many Illinois driving record points you have by contacting the Illinois Secretary of State – Driver Services Facility and requesting an Illinois driver abstract. You can also download the form from the website and mail it in. The Illinois driver abstract will show how many points you have and what your traffic citations are.

    How Many Illinois Driving Record Points Do I Have

    To find out how many Illinois driving record points you have, download the Illinois driver abstract request form and bring it in to an Illinois Driver Services Facility. The driver abstract will have how many driving record points you have as well as all your traffic citations.

  9. says:

    Wanting to check and see if I have too many tickets and the status of my recent speeding ticket. Name is Dakota Bedwell.

  10. says:

    Rodney, we are happy to verify any traffic citations on your driving record however, if you need a full driving record abstract you can sign up with our membership and get all the Illinois driving record information you’re interested in.

  11. says:

    I’d like to view my driving record

  12. says:

    In order to clear up your Illinois driving record and pay your traffic citations and/or fines and fees, you will want to contact the Illinois Secretary of State – Motor Vehicle Department. There you can take care of getting your Illinois driver’s license cleared up.

  13. says:

    How can I pay to get my license cleared up. License # R25080761059. I have this Ref# 9030835 also I have this number 83301800929. Name Terry Rigney D.O.B. 02/28/1961. I have called every office in the state and no help. Please let me know how much and where to send the money. Thank you.

  14. says:

    You will need to contact the website directly. We do not have an affiliation with any Illinois state government agency.

  15. says:

    Hello, I am trying to request an official copy of my driving history so that I can use it to apply for a driver’s license in Ecuador. For some reason, I am not able to get onto the State’s DMV website ( or Please help.

  16. says:

    We can certainly let you know if there are any driving records that pertain to traffic citations, DUIs or police reports but we will need a little more information first to filter the results as there are multiple listings for an Andre James in Illinois. If you’re looking for an Illinois Driver Abstract then you’ll want to contact the Illinois Secretary of State, which handles the motor vehicle records for Illinois.

    How to Get an Illinois Driver Abstract

    1. Visit the Illinois Secretary of State website
    2. Fill out the Driver Abstract Request Form
    3. Provide photo ID and pay the applicable fees
    4. Processing may take several days

  17. says:

    I am searching for the driving record of Andre James, Illinois driving license number J520-01279275, dob 09/27/1979

  18. says:


    If you are looking for information about your Illinois driver’s license reinstatement you will want to contact the Illinois Secretary of State Office to inquire about this.

    Reinstate a Suspended Illinois Driver’s License

    1. Contact the Illinois Secretary of State Driving Division (SOS)
    2. Depending on your suspension, you might have to wait up to a year for reinstatement
    3. You will need to participate in a hearing with an Illinois SOS officer
    4. Your results may take up to 90 days to be mailed to you

    The Illinois Secretary of State Office stipulates that you cannot contact them by phone to find out the results of a driver’s license reinstatement hearing.

  19. says:

    I’m trying to get my reinstatement to clear but I don’t have the information, which I need to finish my reinstatement package.

    Thank you.

  20. says:

    Hello Pat,

    I don’t show any Illinois driving records in our database for “Pat Nnadi”. Is there a specific driving incident or a different name I can lookup driving records for?

    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

  21. says:

    Requesting an unofficial Illinois driving record. Please. And thank you.

Last Updated: 2016-09-11

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