Unless they?re looking for car insurance, most people don?t pay much heed to their driving record. This is a record of your driving history. Requesting for and obtaining a driving record is a good way to find out the traffic offenses you?ve committed and the incidents you?ve been involved in while driving. In Vermont, the driving records are maintained by the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Many of the items listed below can be found in a Vermont driver history report
Apart from your own self, some other entities can also request for and obtain your Vermont driving record including:
There are two types of Vermont driving records that you can request for. Following are the driving records you can obtain from the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles:
The certified record of your driving history over the last 3 years includes:
As the name suggests, this particular type of record encompasses your complete driving history. The certified complete driving record contains the same things as the certified three-year driving history.
You can request for and obtain your Vermont driving record in two different ways: in person and by mail.
To make an in person request for your Vermont driving record, do the following:
The fee for three-year driving history is $14 while the fee for the certified complete record is $20.
Perform the following the steps to make a mail request for your Vermont driving record:
Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State St
Montpelier, VT 05603
You can also request for your Vermont driving record online through public databases. If you want to know more about Vermont driving records and how you can obtain them, call Vermont DMV at (802) 828-2000.