15May 2015
May 15, 2015

All driving records are handled by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). There are three types of driving records in Nebraska: the 5-year record (it shows your driving history for the past 5 years), a complete driving record (contains your driving history since you had your driver’s license) and clearance letter (for former Nebraska residents to access their driving history). The following information is contained in your driving record: personal information, driver license number, driver license class and endorsements, driver license status (valid, revoked, and suspended), license restrictions, suspensions, and revocations, traffic accidents and convictions.

You may order for a copy of your driving record online, by mail or in person. To order online, you are required to visit the Driver License Record Search webpage. You will be required to provide your name, date of birth, NE driver’s license number and E-mail address. To order for your driving record in person, visit your local NE DMV office and submit a completed Application for Copy of Driving Record form and present proof of identification. To obtain your record by mail, you have to complete an Application for Copy of Driving Record form and notarize it, enclose the required fee and mail it to:

Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles
Driver and Vehicle Records Division
ATTN: Clearance Desk
PO Box 94789
Lincoln, NE 68509-4789

A free driving record in Nebraska is not available from the state; you have to pay a small fee of $3. The following list shows those authorized to request for another drivers driving record: anyone with written consent from the driver, employers, government agencies, insurance companies, tow companies or impound yards and licensed private investigators. Visit the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.