8May 2015
May 8, 2015

Apart from showing the status of your driving license, the Arizona driver license motor vehicle record also shows details about your driving history. Depending on the type of Motor Vehicle Record you need, you can obtain it through mail, in person or online. In addition, there is also an alternative route where you can order a non-certified driving record through a third-party provider. Driving Records are confidential and therefore you will need someone’s consent before you can obtain their record.

If you are applying for your driving record by mail, your form has to be authenticated. There are several ways to obtain your record online. The easiest way is by directly going to the state-sponsored program offered by Service Arizona. The program enables you to obtain a copy of your driving record as well as other documents that you might need.  Another way is through an independent company; however, these services are more expensive.  It is important to note that only a 39-month uncertified MVR can be ordered online, the other types of driving records have to be ordered in person or by mail.

It is not difficult to get your driving record and it is also very cheap. It will only cost you $3-$5, depending on how far back you want the record to go. Free Driving Record in Arizona can be obtained from third party websites. The money can be paid via American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover. If you apply in person, you may also be able to pay cash. You can pick your DMV driving record from the nearest DMV office or it can be sent to you by mail.