Drivers who want to review their driving records can contact their state's department of motor vehicles and request a copy. Many states have these records online and allow drivers to access driving information via a website.
It is a good idea for drivers to periodically review their driving records. Incorrect information can occasionally find its way into a record and jeopardize a driver's ability to get or keep car insurance or gain a job; it can also cause a driver to incur additional expenses if the license is suspended and he is caught driving.
Drivers can visit their local motor vehicle office and request copies of their driving records. The office usually requests a fee for each record and the driver in question must show proof of identity. As an example, Ohio drivers can use their driver's licences as proof of identity at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. For states that have their driving records online, drivers can visit the designated website, enter the requested information and receive a copy of their record. Some states require a fee for the entire record, but states such as Ohio will allow the driver to see at least a portion of the record. This can help a driver determine whether or not they should request the entire record.