How to Get Your DMV Record in NevadaDMV stands for the Department of Motor Vehicles. In the U.S. state of Nevada, this body is responsible for the registration of motor vehicles and for issuing license plates and driver's licenses.
What is included in your Driver's Record?
The Driver Record includes a person's personal details, License details, traffic violations and convictions, suspensions, fines, speeding tickets, etc.
DMV Nevada provides the facility of accessing 3-Year/10-Year Driver history online through the official website of the agency(dmvnv.com). A section on the official website highlights the online services provided by the agency. To get your driver history click on driver history print out and you will be prompted to virtually sign an undertaking of privacy; you just need to click okay and the next page will ask for your credentials. You will have to provide your basic details along with driver license number and social security number.
At last, you will have to select whether you need a 3-Year Record or 10-Year Record. You will have to pay the correct fee. One must print the Driver History Report(as HTML) at the time of the transaction itself.
The department of motor vehicles Nevada provides the facility of self-service electronic kiosks. This facility can be availed at larger DMV offices and many kiosks are also installed at a number of other locations within the state. The locations are mentioned on the official website.
Using kiosks is very easy and it will ask for the information from your valid driver's license.
3-Year/9-Year/10-Year record history can be accessed through kiosks.
Note: The state of Nevada has very stringent policies for protecting the privacy of any personal data, hence another person's history cannot be obtained through either kiosks or the online procedure.
You can also mail your application to the DMV and then obtain your records from the DMV Record Section. For this, you will need to fill an Application for Individual Record Information (IR 002) which can be downloaded from the official website. It is a 9-page long document that contains an Affidavit, an Application form, a letter of authorization to release information by the DMV, Nevada and some basic guidelines.
In the application form, you just need to provide some personal details and your driving license details. In this song, you will have to Mark the type of recorder information you are asking for. You are also supposed to mention the purpose for which you would use the information that you will access from the record. The affidavit must be filled very carefully and it should be notarized. Photocopies are not acceptable so keep this in mind.
The fee for obtaining the record is $8.00 with an additional $1.00 processing fee if you are applying at kiosks. If you need a certified copy, then an additional fee of $5.00 also applies.
For additional queries, you may contact the Records section.
DMV Records Section
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711-0250
(702) 486-4368 - Las Vegas Area
(775) 684-4590 - Reno/Sparks/Carson City
(877) 368-7828 - Rural Nevada/Out of State
Why is it important to have your driver record history?
A clean driver's record can be very helpful if you are applying for new insurance for your vehicle which is compulsory to have in the state of Ohio. Driver record history also plays a very important role when you are applying for some driving job. The employer will employ you easily if you have a decent driving record. Also, as the driver's record has the information about your driving history which includes traffic rules violations so it can also help you in keeping your driving habits in mind and drive safely as a responsible citizen.