Ohio Driving Record Online

Ohio Driving Records Online

Getting online Driving records should simple and save you time. That isn't always the case. But with 4safedriverscom you get both. 4safedrivers has been offering driving records online since 1999(yes we started online last century) so you can be sure we have learned how to get you the service you need both fast and simple. In fact we are confident we can provide you exactly what you are looking for when you want to order.

We know what you need

Security-- We only request the information we need to retrieve your record and we keep that information secure. Your credit card and personal information will remain private and safe with us. We also take the extra step to verify your identity. Your own drivers record is yours and you should have control over who has access to it.

Speed-- We retrieve your driving history from the BMV fast. We prepare and send your record ASAP!

Convenience -- Fill out our simple form with your basic information and we will retrieve your MVR record and send it right to your email. You won't be asked to setup and account. No additional steps! A pdf of your drivers record

to save and print as often as you like.

Accuracy-- We obtain the most up to date driving history information available from the BMV. Although we can't guarantee that they don't have errors, which is another good reason to check your driving history.

Professionalism-- 4safedrivers.com is a member of NAPBS(National Association of Professional Background Screeners) We consider ourselves driving record experts. Superb Customer Service-- Can you still find that? With 4safedrivers you get real people to answer your real questions. We can help and we will make the effort to answer your questions personally and fast.

What Does My Record Include

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles oversees and maintains the Driving History for residents of Ohio who hold Ohio Drivers Licenses.

The driver abstract includes:

  • Moving violations
  • Convictions
  • Suspensions
  • Revocations
  • Accident report listings
  • Other requested information pertinent to the license status
  • Your record may also include violations that occurred out of state and are reported to the Ohio BMV

The Ohio BMV maintains violation convictions and accident involvement on your record for 3 years from the date of conviction or date of accident. Suspensions and other disqualifications remain on the record for 36 months from the release or compliance date.

How it Works

Give us some basic information.

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

Receive your record online or by email!

4SafeDrivers.com is a member of the National Association of Background Screeners


Crash information

Accident appear on the driving history for both drivers regardless of who is at fault. The BMV does not determine who is at fault however a moving violation carrying the same date as the accident may imply who is at fault in the accident. The lack of any conviction on your record for that date would imply you were not at fault in the accident.


It is important to maintain a clean record not only because it keeps your insurance rates down and makes you an safe hire for empoloyers, but also because many of the moving violoation convictions result in points on your driving record. Under Ohio motor vehicle law, points may be assessed to your record by the court for moving violation convictions. For example points can range from 2 points for certain violations at traffic control or speeding, up to 6 points for leaving the scene of a crash, regardless of whether you were at fault on not. If you accumulate 12 or more points on your record in a 2 year period, you may be assessed a 6 month suspension of your drivers license.

Suspension may also be imposed if you fail to carry appropriate insuance coverage at the time of an accident or when charged with a moving violation. You may also be randomly selected by the registrar to provide proof of insurance. This type of suspension will require you to file a proof of insurance form and pay the required reinstatement fees. Second and third offences result in longer suspensions and higher reinstatement fees.

How a Driver History Record Can Help

By obtaining your own driving record you will be able to look at past offenses, convictions, suspension and other information that could present you as a higher risk for employers and insucance companies. It's important to put your best foot forward by making sure your report is accurate and up to date. Order your online driver history report from 4SafeDrivers.com today to ensure that you aren't impacted by a driving record that contains errors or may not represent your information accurately.

How to obtain Your record

You can obtain your record through the Ohio BMV through their portal or via mail. Or you can order a copy through 4safedrives and get your record delivered to your inbox fast.

DMV Services Made Simple

There are other Ohio DMV services offered that may be difficult to obtain without the right process, appointment, or even forms. You don't have to wander around town searching for the right DMV office to complete your services either, as 4safedrivers.com is committed to bringing you the up-to-date driver service information for drivers in Ohio to stay on the road.

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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