If you reside in Oregon and are looking to obtain your driving record then we?ve got some useful info for you. Oregon driving records are maintained by the Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV).
You can obtain your Oregon driving record in a few different ways. Before we discuss the ways to request for and obtain Oregon driving records, let?s take a look at the driving records available to you in Oregon. Following are the Oregon driving records you can request for and obtain:
The first type of Oregon driving record available to you is a non-employment driving record. A certified document, the non-employment driving record contains the following three-year driving history:
The open-ended non-employment driving record contains the same information as the non-employment driving record but is limited to three years. In addition to you, the following people can request for this type of driving record:
The employment driving record (EDR) includes the following three-year driving history:
This type of Oregon driving record includes:
This type of driving records contains your driving history related to a court proceeding.
The final type of Oregon driving record you can request for is a driver license information record. Following is what this type of record contains:
There are two ways to request for and obtain Oregon driving records: in person and by mail. To request for and obtain your driving record in person, visit the local Oregon DMV office, fill and submit the Order Your Own Record form, provide ID proof and pay the required fees. If you choose to request by mail, fill the aforementioned form along with a written request that contains your name, DOB, address and driver?s license number to:
Attn: Record Services
1905 Lana Ave NE
Salem, OR 97314
Also, don?t forget to mail a pay order or check for the fee. Another way you can obtain your Oregon driving record online is through public databases.