California Driving Record Online

California DMV Driving Records

If you are searching for your CA DMV driving record, you have come to the right place. has been providing driving records online since 1999. If you need your record for a job or want to check what employers and insurance companies will see in your driving history, we can help. We have refined the process of retrieving your driving history and know what you need when ordering online.

You may be asking How long will my record take to be delivered?

We deliver your driving record fast. Once you have filled out the online order form we retrieve the information from the CA DMV and email it directly to you so you can view and print it. It is usually sent to you within a few minutes.

Is it Convenient?

Absolutely! Order right from your computer or mobile device. NO account setup, NO waiting in line, NO hassles, your record sent to your inbox.

Is it Secure?

Yes! Your personal information is yours and we understand how important it is to protect both your personal info and your credit card. We only ask for information we require to search for and retrieve your record We also take additional steps to verify your identity online so that we can be assured we are only providing your driving record to you. Your information is yours and you should have control over it.

Is it Accurate?

The data in our records is obtained from the CA DMV. CA maintains your driving record and we access the information they keep on file. Although the maintain very accurate data, it is a good idea to verify that what is on file for you is correct, after all it is your reputation on the line when employers and insurance companies request your record.

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How do I Get MY CA Driving Record?

The fastest and simplest way to get your record is ordering it online. Order your drivers record online today at and get your record sent to your email in a few easy steps.

In order to retrieve your record, we will need you to submit the following information on our form.

  • Your first and last name
  • Your date of birth
  • The number of your current driver’s license
  • Your legal street address, city, state and postal code

You can also obtain your record directly through the CA DMV. Check with your local DMV to see what options you have.

What will be on my CA record?

A CA driving record will give you information about your current license status as well as your driving history for the last three years (some convictions will remain on your license for 10years). Here is some of the information you will find

  • Your driver’s license class
  • The issue and expiration date
  • Your license type and status
  • In some cases, your license history
  • endorsements or restrictions

The rest of the CA drivers record shows traffic violations convictions, accidents and other offenses. You may also find information related to out of state violations such as:

  • License suspensions
  • Out-of-state convictions related to DUI (driving under the influence), felony or death/injury related accidents.
  • Out-of-state accidents.
  • Driving violation convictions of out-of-state.

How long will a traffic ticket stay on my CA record

If you have received a traffic ticket or been convicted of a Driving offense, you may be wondering how long will it remain on my driving record. The answer may not be a simple as you hope. Different convictions remain on your record for different lengths of time.

For example

  • Serious offenses like reckless driving, hit and run and DUI will remain on your driving record for 10 years
  • Most other traffic v violation convictions remain on your record for 3 years from the date of the offense.
  • Accidents remain on your record for 3 years
  • Failure to appear remains for 5 years unless it is for a DUI in which case it remains for 10 years
  • Suspensions, revocation due to DUI or failure to provide proof of Insurance remain on the record for 3 years

What Do Points on My CA Driving Record Mean?

If you have been convicted of a traffic offense in the state of CA, it may result in points being assessed to you record. The points vary depending on the type of conviction and remain on your record for varying lengths of time.

For example

  • Reckless driving, DUI, and hit and run offenses are assessed two pints and the points stay on your record for 7 years
  • Other traffic offenses generally result in 1 point and those points stay on your record for 3 years.
  • At fault accidents result in 1 point being added to your record unless other traffic offenses are also involved.

4 points in 12 months or 6 points in 24 months or 8 points in 36 months will result in the CA DMV designating you as a negligent driver. This could result in suspension or revocation of your license. It is important to keep track of the points on your record so that you avoid any surprises as a result of accumulated points. Check your record regularily!

When Should I Report an Accident in California?

If you are in an motor vehicle accident the first priority is to make sure that the you and your passengers and the occupants of the other vehicle are safe. If there are injuries or significant damage call 911 and allow the first responders to take care of the situation. Any accident in which there are injuries, death or vehicle damage greater than $1000 must be reported to the CA DMV within 10 days. This applies even if you are not at fault. Each driver must fill out  DMV Traffic Accident Report form SR 1 (PDF). If you do not fill out the report your license could be suspended. Accidents result in 1 point on your record and may result in suspension of your license if you cannot provide proof of insurance.

You may also request to see the other drivers reports as well by filling out the appropriate request form with the DMV.

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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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