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Driving Records
  • Full Name of Driver
  • All Known Aliases
  • State of Violations
  • County of Violations
  • Types of Violations
  • Court Documents
  • Address History
  • Contact Information
Traffic Citations
  • Full Name of Driver
  • All Known Aliases
  • Speeding Tickets
  • Red Light Tickets
  • Stop Sign Tickets
  • Reckless Driving Tickets
  • Distracted Driving Tickets
  • Additional Traffic Tickets
Vehicle Records
Criminal Records
  • Full Name of Driver
  • All Known Aliases
  • DUI/DWI Records
  • Vehiclular Assault
  • Vehicular Manslaughter
  • Vehiclular Homicide
  • Certain Hit & Run Offenses

The SearchQuarry.com Driving Records Database

In the SearchQuarry.com member’s area you will find our “Driving Records” section, and all of our driving and vehicle related records searches are in that section. Our driving records searches include traffic citations, felony driving offenses, misdemeanor driving offenses, vehicle ownership reports, license plate records, VIN number records, and vehicle history reports. You can search driving records by choosing a name and a state. Other searches available in the member's area include criminal records, birth records, death records, marriage records, divorce records, court records, people search, and phone number lookups.

Driving Records as Public Record

If you are curious about someone's driving record, then you might be wondering if it's possible for you to obtain it legally. Although some people believe that driving records are private, they are not. They are public record, and anyone can get them by following the proper steps. 

You can try several methods when your goal is to discover what a person's driving record might contain, but not all of them were created equal. Learning about each method and knowing which one is the best will help you get accurate results on which you can depend, and the following information will help you get started. 

Paid Websites

When you search for driving records online, you will likely spot several paid options from which you can choose. Many of these websites offer some basic information for free, but they will require you to sign up for a membership if you want to get a detailed report.

SearchQuarry.com offers unlimited driving records reports and searches in our member's area. Start your driving records search by entering a name and a state.

Local Search

You can often find driving records by going to the courthouse and submitting a public record request, but you will likely only see violations that were committed in that county. For example, if someone received a speeding ticket in another state, your local courthouse might not have the incident on file.

So, if you want to know everything about someone's past driving behavior, a local search might not be the best choice for you. But it's still an excellent way to learn about someone's driving history if they have lived in the same area for most of their life.

Department of Motor Vehicles

Another option for those who want to look up a driving record is to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles for the state in which the person lives. Depending on state laws, you might be able to complete your request online, but some locations might require you to send your request in the mail.

Because the Department of Motor Vehicles has records for their entire state, seeking the information from them will likely provide you with the most detailed record possible, but when you submit a request, you can expect to pay a small processing fee.

Final Thoughts

Driving records are easy to acquire for those who know how to get them, and most people prefer to use third party websites to reach their goal. People find these websites appealing because they provide instant results, but they are not always the most accurate source of information. Court records are reputable, but they usually only contain violations that were committed locally.

On the other hand, going to the Department of Motor Vehicles will allow you to obtain records that contain any violations that were made in the state, but you must be prepared to pay the related fees.

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