The Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV) is responsible for issuing of driving records. The Oregon DMV provides different kinds of driving records depending with what you want it for, they include non-employment driving record, open-ended non-employment driving record, employment driving record, certified court print and suspension package. Your driving record contains the following kind of information: accidents, traffic violations, driver’s license suspensions, driving record points, fee payment history and the type of violation and the date it occurred.
You can order for a copy of your driving record by mail or in person. You cannot order online. To order by mail, you need a completed Record form (735-7266), remember to include the type of driving record you are requesting for. Mail the form to:
Attn: Record Services
1905 Lana Ave NE
Salem, OR 97314
To order in person you will need to contact your local OR DMV office to check if they process driving record requests. If they do not, you will have to apply at the office in Salem. You will need a completed Order Your Own Record form (735-7266) and proof of identity. The state does not provide free driving records; the fee you pay is determined by the kind of driving record you order for.
- Non-employment driving record: $1.50.
- Open-ended non-employment driving record: $1.50.
- Employment driving record: $2.
- Certified court print: $3.
- Suspension package: $11.50.
- Driver license information record: $1.50.
- Oregon traffic accident and insurance information record:
- Police traffic crash report: $8.50.
- Driver license/ID card application history: $17.50.
- Miscellaneous driver document copy: $4.
- Purged information record: $1.50.
For you to order for another driver’s driving record you need to have their written consent. For more information visit the Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV).