In the United States, every person with a valid driver?s license has a driving record. Continue reading If you want to know what?s included in your driving record and how you can obtain it. In Utah, the driving records are maintained by the Utah Department of Public safety (Utah DPS). Following are the things Utah driving records from the Utah DPS will typically show.
In addition to you, the following people can request for your Utah driving record:
There are two types of Utah driving records that can request for and obtain. Following are the two types of driving records you can obtain in Utah:
The first type of Utah driving record that you can request for is a certified driving record. Generally requested by potential employers and insurance companies, a certified driving record includes:
The second and final type of Utah driving record that you can request for is a non-certified driving record. A non-certified driving record includes the same things as the certified driving record but comes without the ?seal?.
There are three ways for you to request for and obtain Utah driving records: in person, by mail and online.
If you want to request for and obtain your Utah driving record in person, do the following:
To make a mail request for your Utah driving record, perform the following steps:
Department of Public Safety
Driver License Division
PO Box 144501
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
The fee for certified driving record is $10.75 while the fee for the non-certified driving record is $6.
To make an online request for your Utah driving record, visit the website of Utah DPS, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fee.
In addition to the aforementioned ways, you can request for your Utah driving record through online public databases. To know more, call (801) 965-4437.