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Obtaining your California driving record is a proactive way to ensure that the information contained within a driving record is accurate and up to date. Misinformation regarding your driving record could have an adverse effect on your ability to obtain affordable insurance coverage or get or keep your job.  Your record is updated by the CA DMV and contains any tickets, violations, or accidents that have been added to your current record.  

A driving record report displays
  • Your driving status
  • License history
  • License number
  • Your Name
  • Date of birth

A CA driving record is maintained in a database that is updated once any changes to driving status occur. This could include changes such as tickets for speeding, lapses in vehicle registration, DMV license points added to the license, or even restrictions placed on the license. A California driving record can be obtained for holders of commercial and standard driver’s licenses as well as for learner’s permit holders

What Will Be on Driving Record?

Many motorists requesting their driving record may be a bit concerned as to what they will find on their driving history report. No matter what your concerns may be, rest assured knowing that obtaining a driving history is actually not as difficult as you might think. California driving records are available as a standard 3-year record. To obtain this record simply fill out this simple form to have a driving records sent to you quickly and conveniently via a pdf by email.  You can use the pdf to produce a printed driving record.   

California DMV Motor Vehicle Report Will Include:

A CA DMV abstract contains information about current driver license status and dmv history for the past three consecutive years. In addition, you will be able to find out information regarding any restrictions placed on the license. It may include:

  • Driver license class
  • Licensed type and status
  • The issue and expiration date
  • The location of the issuing office
  • Prior traffic violations
  • And More..

The remainder of the CA DMV license record will contain any accidents which occurred while you were operating a motor vehicle, traffic violations, convictions, and any other pertinent offenses, tickets and violations. Out of state violations will also be reported on the DMV driving record including:

  • Out of state tickets
  • Out of state accidents
  • Out of state convictions related to death or injury, or DUI convictions
  • California license revocations
  • License suspension
  • Any other major out-of-state violations on record


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How Many Points Are On My Driving Record

Certain infractions and convictions result in points being added to a dmv history report. The record may also contain information regarding any infractions that resulted in points for out of state violations as well. . The DMV uses a point sytem with various levels of points allocated depending on the infraction. Based on the total number of points,a license may be revoked or completely suspended. The infractions as well as the related point values that are displayed on the California Driving Record Include:

  • Crossing safety cones or flares – 1 pt.
  • Disobedience to a traffic officer – 1 pt.
  • Disregarding a non-student crossing guard – 1 pt.
  • Reckless driving
  • Violation of license restrictions 1 pt.
  • Evading an officer 1 pt.
  • Driving with a suspended license 2 pts.
  • Driving with a revoked license 2 pts.
  • Driving suspended, revoked, refusing test 2 pts.
  • Driving and causing injury 2 pts.
  • Driving and causing property damage 2 pts.

How Many Points Before License is Suspended?

In California, motor vehicles department holds a record of how many points are accumulated in a specific time period. If too many points are collected in a specific period of time, it may result in a license being suspended or completely revoked.

The Point System Is As Follows:

  • Four points in 12 months
  • Six points in 24 months
  • Eight points in 36 months
  • If you have been wondering how many points you have, then the best option is to order a driving record.

    How to Fix Inaccurate Information on Your Driving Record

    If after viewing your driving record, incorrect information is noted, contact your local DMV office as soon as possible to have the information updated. This can be done by filling out a Record Correction Request form and mailing it to the California Department of Motor Vehicles Mandatory Actions Unit.

    California Department of Motor Vehicles
    Mandatory Actions Unit, M/S J-233
    P.O. Box 942890
    Sacramento, CA 94290

    After a set period of time, between four and six weeks, you will receive a notice from the department stating the current status of your driving record after the updates have been made. Expunging incorrect information from your driver’s license record will ensure that your employment at a new job isn’t compromised and that your driving privileges are maintained. Start Request

    How Driving Record Affects Your Car Insurance Rate

    Although an auto insurance company doesn’t have the capability to access your comprehensive motor vehicle report, they can obtain access to a summary listing that contains information about your driving history. Some of the components of this report that could affect your car insurance rate include any accidents, convictions, or recent tickets. The insurance company has access to information extending from three to five years prior and more in some cases.

    When applying for insurance, it is helpful to have a copy of your driving record so that you can know ahead of time what factors may be affecting your insurance premiums. If your premiums seem higher than normal or the rates quoted are much more costly than in previous years, you will have a frame of reference as to the cause. When a potential insurer is reviewing your application, they need to determine the amount of risk they are taking on. The most effective and accessible way they can do this is by reviewing your driving history. Once the insurer has reviewed the CA driver’s license history, they will be able to look over your previous driving activity including whether or not there are any recent accidents, driving violations, or infractions.

    How Long Will it Take To Get My Driving Record

    If you are wondering how to look up California driving record information and you are wondering how long it will take, we can provide you with the right solutions. Our convenient driver license record service will deliver a complete copy of  your CA DMV history to you directly by email.

    How Accurate Is My Driving Record

    The record will be up to date with what is on file for you. Protect your driving priviledges and ensure the accuracy of your CA driving record by checking your information today.

    Why order a driving record?

    • Violation convictions
    • Accidents (if reported by State)
    • Suspensions or limitations
    • Special license classifications or privileges
    • For insurance Savings