There are three different types of Kansas driving records that you can obtain from the Kansas Department of Revenue Driver Solutions. These include:
There is information on a driver record that pertains to identifying the individual resident it is about and their driving history in the state of Kansas.
You can get a copy of your Kansas driving record online, by mail, or in person. There are limitations to the type of record you can obtain from each outlet, which we will discuss more in detail below.
Both non-certified and certified driving records are available by mail. The certified record costs $15 and the non-certified record is $10. To request your record you need to send in the Request Form (TR/DL 302) along with a check or money order for the payment of the record fee. Send this information to the Kansas Departement of Revenue Driver Solutions.
Both non-certified and certified driving records are available in person from your local Kansas DMV office. The certified record costs $15 and the non-certified record is $10. You will need to complete the Request Form (TR/DL 302) and pay with a check or money for the record fee. Remember to bring your driver’s license, as the DMV representative will need a photo identification to issue you a driving record.
You can request your Kansas driving record online via the Motor Vehicle Records page of the Official Kansas Government Website. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This record will be a limited driver’s license record. You cannot order certified and uncertified records online.
To get your record you will need to enter your personal information and pay the fee of $8.70. You can pay via e-check or with a credit or debit card.