A record of your driving history, a driving record is maintained by a state?s motor vehicle record. Depending on the state, the driving records contain driving history of three years or more. In Ohio, the driving records are maintained by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Following is the information include in the Ohio driving records:
There are multiple ways for you to obtain your Ohio driving records but before we find that out, let?s take a look at the types of Ohio driving information available to you. Following are the driving records you can make a request for in Ohio:
A certified driving record abstract is an official record of your driving history that shows:
As the name suggests, an unofficial online driving record is an unofficial record of your driving history available online. This driving record gives a limited view of your driving history.
Generally, people in Ohio make a request for their own driving record. However, the following people can also request for and view your Ohio driving record:
Finally, we come to the most important thing: how can you obtain your driving record? There are three ways of requesting for and obtaining Ohio driving record: in person, by mail and online. To request for and obtain the driving record in person, you need to visit the Regional Driver License Reinstatement Center, provide ID proof and pay the required fee.
To obtain the driving record by mail, fill the OBMV Record Request form and mail it along with a self-addressed envelope and a $5 pay order or cheque to:
PO Box 16520
Columbus, Ohio 43216-6520
Finally, you can obtain your Ohio driving record online by visiting Ohio BMV website, entering the required information, and paying the relevant fees. Also, you can address the records online through public databases.