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 Alabama Driving Records Search

A driving record search, overlooked by a state’s Motor Vehicle Agency, is a public record, accessible by all, with details of an individual’s driving history. It is. Different concerned parties access driving records for multiple reasons. People may choose to stay updated about their own histories of driving; employers may seek to access records of drivers before providing employment opportunities; students may need the records for proof of financial aid eligibility. Insurance policies and premiums are often determined on the basis of driving records and even police officers can request access to driving records while you’re on the road.

Information records provide

  • Driving records usually consist of information relating to:
  • the state from which the record originates
  • personal identification details
  • information about driver’s license (number, type, class, restrictions, endorsements, status, issue, expiry dates)
  • driver license points
  • convictions details
  • voter registration and citizenship status details

Applying for a driving record in Alabama

Application for a driving record can be done through the Alabama Department of Public Safety (DPS), whether it is a request for your own records or that of someone else. The Alabama DMV offers 3 types of records: a 3-year driving record; a driver abstract with details of driving history; and a Motor vehicle record (MVR) which can be accessed by authorized people.

Alabama Driving Records
Online application

The Alabama Department of Public Safety offers licensed business online access to driver information. The company must become an Alabama Interactive Service Subscriber in order to be licensed and this requires completion of forms on the website of the state of Alabama. The Alabama driving record request form needs to be filled up, along with details about your Social Security number and driver’s license number for access to a 3-year driving record.

 

Offline application

The Alabama driving record request form, information about your driver’s license number and Social Security number and a fee of $5.75 for each request can be sent in via mail or in-person to:

Alabama Department of Public Safety
Driver License Department
P.O. Box 1471
Montgomery, AL 36104

Requesting for your individual driver abstract will give you access to full history of driving. You will have to show ID proof for this report and pay $15.00 in cash, money orders, or VISA and MasterCard credit/debit cards, making the request in 1 of 10 Alabama offices:

  • Montgomery
  • Birmingham
  • Mobile
  • Huntsville
  • Opelika
  • Jacksonville
  • Sheffield
  • Dothan
  • Foley
  • Tuscaloosa

To make a request of another driver’s motor vehicle record (MVR) by mail, you have to complete a Request for Motor Vehicle Record (Form MV DPPA1), include the name, license number, date of birth and record holder’s Social Security number of the individual whose record you are requesting, give your personal details/mailing address, give the authorized use applying to your request, and pay $5.75 driving record fee to:

Alabama Department of Public Safety
Driver License Department
P.O. Box 1471
Montgomery, AL 36104

 Alabama Driving Records
Sending in a stamped, self-addressed envelope is a must and third parties applying for a driver’s license must do so for a legally acceptable reason or with written permission from the driver. The Privacy Protection Act of the Federal Driver allows individuals to request restrictions on disclosure of certain personal information contained in the driver’s license and vehicle records.

The Alabama DMV will add points to your driving record when you violate traffic laws and cause accidents. Driving record points can result in fines, suspensions of driver’s licenses, and higher rates of car insurance. By enrolling in a defensive driving program, you may be able to lower your insurance rates and delete points from your driving record. After your driving record in Alabama has been recovered, you can check it to make sure it is correct. In case of errors, contact the Alabama Department of Public Safety.

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