North Carolina driving records maintained by a state?s motor vehicle department contain information related to the driver such as his or her personal information, violations committed, tickets received, and suspension incurred. In North Carolina, the driving records are maintained by the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
There are multiple ways to obtain North Carolina driving records but before we take a look at them, let?s discuss the North Carolina driving records available to you. Following are the North Carolina driving records you can request for and obtain.
A certified true copy is a certified record of your driving history and contains your complete North Carolina driving history. Generally, this type of record is used for court and legal proceedings.
This type of driving record contains your complete driving history and is used by employers for background checks.
This type of driving record contains your three-year driving history.
There are three ways for you to obtain your North Carolina driving record: in person, by mail and online. To request for and obtain your driving record in person, visit the local DMV office, fill and submit the Driver Privacy Protection act 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 self-addressed envelope and a pay order or cheque for the fees to:
3113 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-3113
Lastly, to obtain your North Carolina driving record online, visit the online services page of DMV, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fees. Another way you can obtain your North Carolina driving record online is through public databases.
Requesting for and checking your North Carolina driving record every now and then is important. By doing so, you?ll be able to prevent identity theft and ensure that your record is accurate. Basically, by requesting for and checking your driving record once in a while, you?ll prevent it from being misused. If you want to find out more about how to request for and obtain North Carolina driving records, you can contact the Division of Motor Vehicles by calling them at (919) 715-7000.