Driving records are extremely useful as they inform you about your driver?s license status, driving violations and convictions, suspensions and revocations and much more. In Nevada, the driving records are maintained by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Following is the information included in Nevada driving records.
There are a number of ways for you to obtain Nevada driving records but before you find out about them, it?s important for you to know the Nevada driving records available to you. Following are the two driving records that the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) makes available to people in the state:
The first type of driving record made available by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is a three-year driving record. The three-year driving record contains traffic accidents, convictions, and demerit points.
The ten-year driving record is a more comprehensive driving record provided by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. In addition to the driver?s personal information, the following things are included in a ten-year driving record:
Finally, it?s time for you to find out how you can obtain your Nevada driving record. There are three ways of requesting for and obtaining Nevada driving records: in person, by mail and online. To request for and obtain your record in person, visit the local Nevada DMV office or a DMV kiosk, provide the required information and documentation, and pay the relevant fees. To make a mail request for your Nevada driving record, fill and mail the application for record information form along with a $7 pay order or cheque to:
DMV Records Section
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711
The final way for you to obtain your Nevada driving record is online. To access your record online, visit the Nevada DMV?s website, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fees. You can request for and access both a three-year driving record and a ten-year driving record online. Another way to access Nevada driving records online is through public databases. If you want to know more, contact the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles by visiting their website or calling them at (702) 486-4368.