To check your driver's license, go to the official Department of Motor Vehicles website of your state to see if it offers online checking or if you have to contact the office directly. Avoid any unofficial websites that offer to find out this information for you, as many charge a fee for information you can get for free.
- Check the official DMV website for your state
Search the official DMV website for your state to see if it offers an online service for checking the status of your driver's license. In many cases, you must accept an agreement that you are the owner of the license, as you are only allowed to check other people's licenses for specific legitimate purposes.
- Find out what information you need
If online checking is not available, find out what information you need to check your driver's license, based on your state's regulations. In most cases, you must provide your name, license number and date of birth. Some areas may require more information.
- Contact your local DMV
Call your local DMV office to ask if you can receive the information over the phone. If you have to go into the office to check your driver's license, make sure you bring identification with you.