Arizona Driving Record Online

An Arizona driving record is a report that contains your driving history, including moving violations and convictions that occurred within a specific time period. This AZ DOT record also includes your personal information and details about your driver’s license. Each time you are convicted of a specific traffic violation, both in-state and out-of-state, your report will be updated. Your driving record report will also reflect the license points accumulated every time you are convicted of a traffic offense or you forfeit bail for a moving violation.

Keeping your driving record clean is important, as this document is often requested by third parties such as employers, insurance agencies or rental companies. Having too many traffic offenses and points on your report may negatively affect your insurance coverage rates or make a difference between getting or not getting a job. Ultimately, accumulating too many points on your driving record may also lead to losing your privilege to drive.

How Do I Get my Driving Record in Arizona?

You have the option to order your driving record in Arizona online, which is the simple and most convenient way to obtain your report. Ordering your driving record online through 4safedrivers.com is the fastest and easiest way to get your AZ driving record. In just a few short steps your record will be emailed and ready for you to review.

When requesting your AZ driving report online, you’ll need to submit:

  • Your first and last name
  • Your date of birth
  • Your driving license number
  • Your legal street address that matches the one on the license for which you are requesting a report
  • Your city, state and postal code.

You may also be eligible to request an motor vehicle report through the state Department of Transportation (DOT). Note that if you choose to request your record by mail the procedure may take more time as you will need to submit a set of specific documents and allow several days for processing. If not, your other option is to visit a DMV office where this service is offered.

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What is Included in my Arizona Driving Record?

The information included in your AZ driving record report represents a detailed overview of your driving background and show specifics related to your personal identity and your traffic records. The report will show:

  • Your license classifications and restrictions that limit your driving
  • Your license date of issue and expiration date
  • License endorsements (if any)

Additionally, your driving history will outline the moving violations within the last 3 years and 3 months, and also include the following:

  • Out-of-state convictions that are sent to home state
  • Out-of-state accidents that resulted in a conviction
  • License suspensions for unpaid out-of-state convictions

Note: The Arizona DOT may not report traffic accidents on your official driving record if you were not convicted.

What Do Points on My Arizona Drivers License Mean?

Every driver starts with a clean driving record, in other words 0 driving points. A specific number of license points will be reported on your record every time you are convicted of a moving traffic offense or forfeit bail for a specific violation. You must be careful not to accumulate 8 or more points within any 12-month time period to avoid penalties. Otherwise, you will be required to enroll in a Traffic Survival School (TSS). Failure to do so may result in a suspension of your driver’s license.

The following list includes some of the most common moving violations in Arizona and the points attributed to each:

  • Driving under the influence (DUI) - 8 points>
  • Extreme DUI - 8 points
  • Racing on state highways - 8 points
  • Reckless operation - 8 points
  • Leaving the scene of an accident - 6 points
  • Not stopping for a traffic signal, stop sign or failure to yield the right-of-way thus causing serious injury - 4 points
  • Speeding - 3 points
  • All other traffic violations - 2 points

It is imperative to check your driving history periodically, especially if you have been convicted of any traffic offenses. If you want to find out how many points you have on your driver’s license, you can always run an instant check online.

Why should you get your driving record?

Order your driving record and receive valuable information such as:

  • Violation convictions
  • Accidents (if reported by State)
  • Suspensions or limitations
  • Special license classifications or privileges
  • For insurance - It's important to order your driving record for insurance purposes, including settling disputes and claims and learning about the rates and discounts you can receive. Insurance providers use your driving history to determine how much you should pay, so make sure the information they have is accurate by verifying what's in your driving record.

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