Want to know the exact number of incidents you?ve been involved in while driving in New Jersey? If yes then a good way to achieve your objective is requesting for and obtaining a record of your driving history. Known as a driving record, the record of your driving history is an extremely useful document. New Jersey driving records are maintained by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC).
You can request for and obtain New Jersey driving records in multiple ways. But, before we discuss the ways of requesting for and obtaining your New Jersey driver history, let?s take a look at the driving records available to you.
The first type of driving record that you can request for is a non-certified driving record. This driving record provides an overview of your driving history and is available online.
The second type of driving record that you can apply for in New Jersey is a certified five- year driving record. This type of driving record contains your five year driving history and is used by employers and insurance companies.
The final type of driving record available to residents of New Jersey is a certified complete driving record. As the name suggests, a certified complete driving is a certified record of your driving history and contains everything you?d want to see on a driving record including accidents, violations, suspensions, payment history, type of violation etc.
There are three ways of requesting for and obtaining New Jersey driving records. To request for and obtain your driving record in person, visit the local MVC office, fill and submit the Driver history abstract request form, provide ID proof and pay the required fee. If you choose to request by mail, fill the aforementioned form and mail it along with a copy of your driver?s license and $15 pay order or cheque to:
225 East State Street
P.O. Box 142
Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0142
Lastly, to obtain your New Jersey driving record online, visit the website of MVC, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fees. Another way you can obtain your New Jersey driving record online is through public databases.