Your Hawaii driving record is essentially a snapshot of your driving history in the state. It shows information on the status of your driving license, traffic violations, accidents and convictions. The kind of information contained in your driving record depends on the type of record you request. The types of driving records are: Driver history records, traffic court reports and certified traffic abstracts. Your free driving record can be acquired by using the form above.
Unlike other states where you can order for your driving record online, in Hawaii you can only order a copy of your driving record in person or by mail. To order for your driving record in person, visit any district court provide proof of identification, which could include a valid driver’s license, passport, state ID card or military ID card. Then complete a request for Hawaii driver history record by filling Form 2067. To order for your driving record by mail, complete the Request for Hawaii Driver History Record (form 2067) and have your form notarized for identification purposes, attach at self-addressed envelope and mail your request to any district court. After requesting for your driving record it takes about 10 days for your request to be processed. The state charges a small fee of $9 to obtain your driving record either in person or by mail.
You can order another driver’s driving record either in person or by mail. However, the charges for ordering another driver’s record are $20. When applying for another driver’s driving record it is helpful to provide the driver’s driving license number and date of birth, otherwise you may end up paying for multiple driving records if there are multiple people with the same name. for more information visit Department of Transportation