13May 2015
May 13, 2015

You can order your Indiana driving record through the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Your driving record contains your personal information and driving history, which includes your license suspensions or revocations, traffic citations, violations, and fines, any accidents and/or points held against you, license classifications and endorsements. There are two types of Indiana driving record, the Viewable driver records (VDR) which is applied online for free and the official driving records (ODR) that includes a certification letter, used mainly for official purposes.

You can order your driving record in a number of ways, either online, in person or by mail. To request your driving record online, you need to have an Indiana BMV online account. To register for the account, you will need to provide your IN driver’s license number, the first 5 digits of your zip code and the last 4 digits of your Social Security number (SSN). After you have registered log in and follow the instructions. To order your driving record in person or by mail, you have to fill a Request for Driver Records form (Form 53789). Then mail it to the address specified on the form or take it to your local Indiana BMV office. The charges for obtaining your driving record are $4. Many people are looking for a free driving record and that can be obtained from this website. If you order your driving record by mail from Indiana, payment has to be made by money order or check payable to BMV.

You may be able to request for another driver’s driving record if you are any of the following: Attorney, government agency, official or employee, law enforcement officer, parent or legal guardian and employers conducting a background check. For more information visit the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.