Indiana Driving Records

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Indiana Driving Records Search

You cannot physically walk into an Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) branch and request your Indiana driving records. In order to obtain a copy of your Indiana driving record, you can do so either online or via mail.

There are two types of Indiana driving records: Viewable Driver Record (VDR) and Official Driver Record (ODR). A VDR can be viewed online for free. The procedure to do so just requires you to create an online BMV account. Establish your account by entering your driver?s license number, the last four (4) digits of your social security number and the zip code listed on your driver?s license.The ODR is a certified copy of your Indiana driving record. It is accompanied by a letter of certification from the BMV. There is a $4 fee for the ODR. A Indiana BMV account is also required to purchase, download and print your ODR. However, if you do not know your driver?s license number, then you must request a copy of your Official Driver Record by mail. Complete the Request for Certified Records (State Form 53789) form and mail it, along with your payment, to the address listed on the form. It will take the BMV two to four weeks to process your request.

The information listed on your Official Driver Record depends upon when it was issued. If it was issued on or after 12/8/2013, then the following information will be on the record:

Indiana Driving Records Include

? Personal
? Driver?s License
? Physical Description
? Restrictions
? Pending Restrictions
? Commercial Driver?s License (CDL)
? Commercial Learner?s Permit (CLP)
? Commercial Driver?s License Information System (CDLIS) Status
? CDL Self-Certification Status
? Medical Certificate Status
? Medical Examiner?s Certificate Information
? Medical Certificate Issue Date
? Medical Certificate Expiration Date
? Medical Certificate Restriction Code
? Medical Examiner?s Name
? Medical Examiner?s Phone Number
? Medical Examiner?s Specialty Code
? Medical Examiner?s Jurisdiction
? Medical Examiner?s Jurisdiction License Number
? Medical Examiner?s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
National Registry Number
? FMCSA Medical Exemption Effective Date
? FMCSA Medical Exemption Expiration Date
? FMCSA Skills Performance Evaluation Effective Date
? FMCSA Skills Performance Evaluation Expiration Date
? Reinstatement Requirements
? Insurance Requirements
? Suspensions
? Pending Suspensions
? Disqualifications
? Pending Disqualifications
? Convictions
? Legal Addresses
? Mailing Addresses
? Credential Issuance
? Remarks

If your Official Driver Record was issued prior to 12/8/2013, then the above-mentioned information will be listed on your record, excluding the following: pending restrictions; CDLIS, CDL self-certification and medical certificate statuses; all medical examiner?s information; reinstatement and insurance requirements and credential issuance information. The difference between the records is that the more recent Indiana driving records contain more in-depth information regarding commercial drivers.

Indiana Driving Records

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Last Updated: 2017-03-21

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