Missouri Driving Record Online



Missouri Driver Records Online

The Missouri Department of Revenue is responsible for maintaining and updating driving records in the state of MO. If you are looking for your driving record you've come to a good place to start. 4safedrivers.com has been providing and delivering driving records online since 1999. We have simplified the process to make it as painless as possible you. We know what your questions are when searching for your driving history and we have the answers.

You ask

How long will my record take to be delivered?

We deliver your records fast. Once you have filled out the online form we retrieve the information from the state email it directly to you so you can view and print it usually within a few minutes.

Is it Convenient?

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

Is it Secure?

For sure. 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 need to retrieve the record and we take additional steps to verify your identity online so that we can assure you when you order from us we deliver the record only to you. You have the control over your information.

Is it Accurate?

The data in our records is obtained from the MO DOR. The state maintains a record of your drivng history and we access the state directly. It is a good idea for you to verify the data to make sure there are not mistakes.

What about Customer Service?

We do that! and we strive to do it well. Ask your questions and get answers from real people who know driving records.

How do I Get MY MO Driving Record?

The fastest and simplest way to get your record is ordering it online. Order your drivers record online today at 4safedrivers.com 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 MO DOR can also provide you with your driving record.

Check with your local office or online to see what options they offer.

How it Works

Give us some basic information.

We only ask for what we absolutely need to process your order.

Receive your record by email!

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What will be on my MO record?

A Missouri driving record will give you information regarding your current license and your driving history for the last three years. Here are some of the things you will see on your record

  • 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 MO 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.
  • Driving violation convictions of out-of-state.

Points on my MO Driving Record

When you are convicted of certain driving offenses in MO the MO DOR adds points to driving record. The number of points depends on the severity of the offense.

For example

  • Speeding 5mph over limit---3 points
  • Failing to stop at a stop sign 2 points
  • Leaving the scene of an accident -- 12 points
  • Failure to produce insurance --4 points
  • DWI --8 points first offence
  • Careless driving--2 points

If you are assessed 4 points in the course of 12 months you will receive a warning letter from the DOP. If you accumulate 8 or more points in an 18 month period your license will be suspended for 30 days on a first suspension.(Each suspension increases the length of suspension).

Your license will be suspended for 1 year if you are assessed 12 or more points in a 12 month period.

How can I get Points Removed From My MO Driving Record?

Tickets cannot be removed from your record until they expire. In most cases a ticket will fall off your record after 3 years have passed from the time of the offense. However if the ticket leads to a suspension it will remain on record for 5 years. Certain offenses such as DUI may remain on your record for an even longer period of time. In the case of Failure to maintain Insurance a ticket cannot be removed from your record.

In some cases you may be able to complete a Driver Improvement Program to reduce the points that are recorded on your record for a ticket. In order to be eligible for the DIP program you will have to plead guilty to the offense and pay the fine associated with the ticket. Please consult the MO DOR for more information MO Safety Center

What do I Do in if I Get in an Accident?

If you find yourself in a motor vehicle accident the first thing you should do is make sure that you and your passengers and the occupants of the other vehicle are safe.

Do not attempt to leave the scene of the crash. Not only is it dangerous to move your vehicle as you may end up hurting others, but it is illegal to leave the scene. Wait for police and first responders arrive and let them give instructions.

You must file an accident report with MO Drivers License Bureau under the following conditions

  • the accident caused more than $500 or someone was injured or killed
  • the accident caused $500 in property damage, someone was injured or killed
  • the accident happened less than one year ago

You can get the form for accidents at Motor Vehicle Accident Report (Form 1140)

Suspensions

There are a number of reasons why your MO license may be suspended. You my have accumulated too many points due to various traffic infractions, operated a motor vehicle without the proper insurance, or failed to pay for damages as a result of an at fault accident. If you are not sure why your license has been suspended you would need to contact the DOR to determine the specific actions which resulted in suspension. If you would like to check your record to determine if it has been suspended visit www.4safedrivers.com and order your MO driving record

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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