Georgia Driving Record Online

Georgia Driving Records Online

Driving Records from the Georgia Department of Driver Services are also known as Georgia motor vehicle reports or GA drivers history. There are a number of reasons you may be looking to obtain your record. Whatever your reason can help simplify the process. We have been offering MVR records online since 1999. We have refined the process of retrieving your record and we know what you expect.

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Fast -- Get your record ASAP with our easy order form and quick turnaround.

Convenient-- You can order from your computer or mobile device. No account setup, no waiting in line, and records sent directly to your email.

Security-- Your personal information and credit card are safe with us. We only collect what we need to complete the transaction and we protect it. We also take the additional step to verify your identity online and make sure that it really is you requesting the documents.

Accurate-- The data in our records comes directly from the GADDS and is up to date with what they are storing on your current file. . The state of GA DDS maintains a very accurate record however it's still important for you to also check for mistakes in your driving history. You don't want to be surprised by what the insurance companies and employers find when they request your record.

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Do you know how do get your Georgia Driving Record?

The Fastest and most convenient 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
  • The Georgia Department of Driver Services can also provide you with your driving record.
  • Check with your local DMV or online to see what options they offer.

What Will I Find on My GA Driving Record?

A GA driving history provides you with information related to your record for the last three years. By requesting your personal driving record, you will be able to check the current status of your driver’s license, its issue and expiration date, along with any endorsements or restrictions that are currently active.

Here are some of the specifics you would find on your GA driving history

  • 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 GA motor vehicle record shows traffic violations committed within the last 3 years. You may also find information related to out of state violations such as:

  • License suspensions due to unpaid out of state fines
  • Out-of-state convictions related to DUI (driving under the influence), felony or death/injury related accidents.
  • Out-of-state accidents.
  • Convictions of out-of-state motorists that are sent to home state.

What Do Points on My GA Drivers History Mean?

Being convicted of certain driving offenses will result in points being assessed to your driving Record. The GA DDs maintains point system ranges from 2 to 6 depending on the severity of the offense. If a driver accumulates 15 points in the 24 month period it will result in their license being suspended. Non-residents will not be assessed points for driving offenses that occur in GA.

Some examples of the points assessed for driving offenses

  • Aggressive Driving 6 points
  • Reckless Driving 4 points
  • Speeding 15-18mph over limit 2 points
  • Failure to obey Traffic Control Device 3 points
  • Failure to obey a Police officer 3 points
  • Improper use of a child safety restraint 1 point
  • Text messaging while operating a motor vehicle 1 point

FAQ Regarding GA Points Reduction

How can i get my points reduced on My GA Driving Record?

Residents of GA that hold a GA license may request a point reduction of up to 7 points once every five years. To qualify the driver must complete a Driver Improvement course, sometimes called Defensive Driving, and present a certificate of completion to the DDS in person or by mail.

What is a Driver improvement course?

Driver Improvement courses are offered by DDS approved schools and last 6 hours. They teach drivers about safe driving habits and behavours.

Is the Driver Improvement Course the same as a Driver Education course?

No these are two different courses. Driver's education courses are designed to teach new drivers the rules of the road and prepare them to pass their drivers test. The Driver Improvement course is for all drivers and is designed to teach safe driving habits at any age or driving experience.

How often should i take a Driver Improvement Course?

If you are taking the course for point reduction, it can only be taken once every 5 years. However your insurance company or the courts may require you to take the course for other reasons.

Are Driver Improvement courses offered online?

The GA DDs does not accept online defensive driving or Driver Improvement courses. A certificate from these schools will not be accepted by the DDS. Only certificates from DDS approveed schools will be accepted in order to get a point reduction. Driver Improvement (defensive driving) Schools


The GA DDS may suspend, revoke or Cancel your license if certain criteria are not met or you are convicted of certain driving offenses.

The GA DDS will revoke or suspend your license for multiple reasons. Some involve serious motor vehicle offenses and some involve administrative reasons. Some examples are listed below, for a thorough list of reasons for suspension or revocations please visit the GA DDS site

Examples for Mandatory Suspension

  • Homicide by Vehicle
  • Racing
  • Hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident

Examples for Mandatory Revocation

  • Habitual violator
  • Refusal to submit to re-examination of driving skills
  • Unfit to drive due to being incapacitated

Other Reasons for Suspensions

  • Driving without Insurance Conviction
  • Failure to appear in court
  • Accumulation of points

How do I Get My License Reinstated After a Suspension?

After you have served your suspension or at the end of the revocation period a driver can apply to have their license reinstated. There are different requirement depending on the reasons for the suspension. For example if your license was suspended for points on your record, you are eligible to have it reinstated once you complete the appropriate Driver Improvement course

At the expiration of the suspension or revocation period, a customer can apply for reinstatement once all requirements are satisfied. Please note that requirements differ according to the type of suspensions.

If you are uncertain if their are violation convictions on your record, you should request your record to make sure you are not surprised by any action taken by the GA DDS.

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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