Want to keep track of your traffic citations or convictions? If yes then a good way to achieve your objective is requesting for and obtaining your state driving record. South Carolina driving records are maintained by the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). A South Carolina driving record can also be found online through 3rd party public record websites. This is a good option to consider if you don’t want to wait in line at the SC DMV.
There are a number of ways for you to obtain your South Carolina driving record but before you find out about them, let?s take a look at the South Carolina driving records available to you. Following are the two types of South Carolina driving records you can request for:
The three-year driving record contains your three-year driving history including:
The ten-year driving record is your ten-year driving history and contains the same things included in a three-year record.
Finally, we come to the ways of obtaining South Carolina driving records. There are three ways for you to obtain your South 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 SCDMV Request for Driver Information 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 $6 pay order or cheque to:
Department of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016
Lastly, to obtain your South Carolina driving record online, visit the website of SC DMV, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fees. Another way you can obtain your South Carolina driving record online is through public databases.
Requesting for and checking your South 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 South Carolina driving records, you can contact the Department of Motor Vehicles by calling them at: (803) 896-5000