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 […]Read more
A driving record is basically an official document that has information about your driving history. In Iowa, the Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Driver Services is responsible for issuing out driving records. A certified driving record shows your driving history for the last five years or more […]Read more
If you need to see a summary of your driving history for any reason, Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) enables you to order for your driving record, also known as a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR). Your MVR is basically a comprehensive report over a certain period of […]Read more
In Colorado, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for your driver records. Your driving record includes details about your license suspensions or revocations, traffic citations, violations, and fines, any accidents and/or points held against you, license classifications and endorsements.
In Colorado, you can only order […]Read more