Copies of driving records are only available for free in some states, but they can usually be obtained from the state agency office. Most states charge a small fee. Third-party online companies offering copies of driving records for free should be treated with caution, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Generally, such third-party companies will only issue customers with very limited information, often as a ploy to sell something.
The DMV has an online service for information about ordering driving records. Users are required to enter their state to find out how to place their order. Driving records provide details of drivers license status and points, traffic accidents and law violations, including convictions, fines and DUI public records.