28May 2015
May 28, 2015

In Tennessee, motor vehicle records (driving records) are provided by the TN Department of Safety and Homeland Security. Your Tennessee driving record contains information about your TN driver’s license revocations and suspensions, accidents and/or points held against you, traffic violations, citations, and fines,  TN driver’s license endorsements and classifications.

You can order for a copy of your driving record in person, online or by mail. To order for your driving record online, you have to visit the TN Department of Safety website and provide your last name, date of birth and your TN driver’s license number. You will be provided with a PDF version of your driving record that you can either print or save. To order for your driving record in person, visit a Tennessee Driver Service Center and provide your last name, date of birth and your TN driver’s license number. To order your driving record by mail, write a request that includes your name, date of birth and Tennessee driver’s license number. Mail the request to:

Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security
MVR Request
PO BOX 945
Nashville, TN 37202

Your request will take two weeks to be processed. The state does not provide free driving records. If you order online you will pay a fee of $7, and $5 if you order in person or by mail.

Other people can order for your driving record if their request falls under the following categories:

  • Legal requirements.
  • Employment background checks.
  • Fraud investigation.
  • Government business.
  • Insurance.
  • Statistical research.
  • Law enforcement.
  • Part of a private investigation.

For more information visit the TN Department of Safety and Homeland Security.