A driving record is a set of information maintained by a state?s motor vehicle division. In Wyoming, the driving records are maintained by the Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT). The following driving records are typically included in a Wyoming driving records report. In order to obtain an official copy of your WY driving record you will need to show photo ID and pay a nominal fee for a certified copy.
There are three types of Wyoming driver records that you can request for and obtain. Following are the three driving records you can request for and obtain in Wyoming.
The three-year driving history is a three-year record of your driving. The three-year driving history contains your moving violations and suspensions.
The second type of Wyoming driving record available to you is a five-year driving history. The five-year driving history contains your five-year driving record such as your driving restrictions, traffic accidents, and DUI offenses.
The final type of Wyoming driving record that you can request for and obtain is a ten-year driving history. As the name suggests, the ten-year driving history is a ten-year record of your driving. The ten-year driving history contains everything you?d want to see on a driving record.
There are two ways to request for and obtain Wyoming driving records: in person and by mail.
To make an in person request for your Wyoming driving record, perform the following steps:
The fee for all types of Wyoming driving record is $5.
To make a mail request for your Wyoming driving record, complete and mail Release for Driving Record & Personal Information along with a pay order or cheque for the fee to:
In addition to the aforementioned ways, you can obtain your Wyoming driver record through online public databases. The online public databases are a fast and convenient way to access Wyoming driving record. To find out more, contact the Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT) by calling them at (307) 777-4800.