Texas Driving Record Online

A driver record in Texas is an overview of your traffic history for the last 3 years. Your TX driving record report includes in-depth information from your history as a driver, such as driving license suspensions or revocations that may have happened in the last couple of years, traffic violations and tickets.

It is of vital importance to keep your driving record as clean as possible. For example, traffic violations shown on your driving history may discourage employers from offering you a job. The most common disadvantage, however, is having high insurance rates because of the level of risk that recurrent traffic offenders represent for insurance providers. Although third parties do have access to this information, your personal driving record is protected under state and federal laws to prevent its misuse.

How Do I Get my Driving Record in Texas?

Ordering your Texas driving record online at 4Safedrivers.com is the hassle free way of obtaining your drivng history. It allows you to run a check on your driving history in just a few short steps right on your computer or mobile device. On top of that your record is delivered right to your inbox.

When ordering a copy of your driving record online, you must provide:

  • Your first and last name
  • Your date of birth
  • Your drivers license number
  • Your legal street address with your city, state and postal code

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Texas driver record services are also provided through the state Department of Public Safety. Though you cannot request your report by personally visiting a local office, you still be able to do it via mail. If choosing this method, however, consider the fact that you’ll need to wait three weeks from the date the department processes your request to receive your record.

What is Included in My Texas Driving Record?

The details on your DPS record are mainly related to your personal identity, your driver’s license and your driving history. Below are the basic details:

  • Your driver’s license class
  • Your driver’s license date of issue and expiration
  • Your license status (including the CDL status, if you have one)
  • Your endorsements or restricitons(eg corrective lenses)

The second part of your DMV driving record shows traffic violations that occurred during the last three years. You may find:

  • In and out-of-state infractions.
  • Driver's license suspensions due to unpaid out-of-state convictions.
  • Out-of-state accidents shown on your driving record.
  • Convictions of out-of-state licensees sent to home state.

Traffic offenses may result in points added to your license. It is important to maintain a clean record as accumulating points can lead to suspensions or fines.

What Do Points on My Texas Drivers License Mean?

Driver’s license points are added to your driving record once a traffic conviction is reported to the state Department of Public Safety, and they remain on your report for three years beginning the date of conviction. Therefore, if you have been convicted of a traffic violation in Texas or out of state, you will receive two negative points. Three Texas driving record points will be recorded on your drivers history for Texas or out-of-state convictions that resulted from a crash. If you have accumulated six or more points within a three-year period, you will be subject to surcharges in the following amounts:

  • $100 for the first six demerit points on your report.
  • $25 for every additional point after six.

Note: These surcharges apply every year that the driver has six or more points on their record, for as long as they appear.

By requesting your driving record report online, you can keep track of your driving history at all times and avoid any negative consequences. Checking your driving record periodically will help you know where you stand when you need to take further steps. This may include enrolling in a defensive driving course to dismiss traffic citations and remove negative points from your report.

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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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Helpful Resources

Texas Driving record Form

Texas Driving record can also be obtained by fillng and mailing this form.

Texas Driver Safety

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Texsas Department of Public Safety

Texas Department of Public Safety

Driving record via State Authority