5May 2015

Search for Driving History on Anyone in Alabama. Results Include: Collisions, DUI’s, Moving Violations, Suspensions, Revocations, and more.

Maybe you suspect mistakes are on your driving record or you’re curious about someone else’s driving record. Points on a driving record can lead to higher insurance premiums and even can cost you a job. There are many ways to discover what is exactly on there.

Points are assessed and added to a driving record for various violations. For instance. Any conviction for violation of Alabama driving law which resulted from a charge that involved the drinking of alcoholic beverages and the driving of a motor vehicle but did not require mandatory revocation of the driver license is 6 Points. Speeding in excess of posted limits in 2 Points, just to name a few.

In Alabama you can visit any of the 81 Department of Motor Vehicles to request a driving record. Before doing so it would be wise to call first to make sure they handle this specific request because some do not offer the service. Free driving records are not available through the Alabama DMV. A charge of $5.75 is required. Cashier’s Check, Certified Check and money order made payable to the Alabama Department of Public Safety are the only acceptable forms of payment if requesting a driving record through the mail.  The entire process to obtain the driving record is one week to 10 days.

The Alabama DMV only services driving records for those requesting themselves. To request the driving record or driving history of someone else you can contact the Alabama Department or Public Safety. Through the Department or Public Safety you can order a 3 year driving record, or full driving history abstract request by the individual on the record only. Authorized users can order a driving record on someone else.

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