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California DMV Records and How to Get Them
You may sometimes need to locate and access your California DMV records, but how can you go about this? Many people order their driving and motor vehicle records to make sure there are no errors or false information on the records. In fact, just one wrong bit of information can cause your insurance rates to skyrocket and you could have problems with your driving privileges. Here are ways you can access this important information.

Online Driving Records

To find out what is in your reports, you can get an online copy of your California driving record by visiting the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles website. However, only certified users can get this information online. You'll need to sign up for the service and provide driver's license info, birthday, last four SS numbers, your signature, and a valid email address. This ensures that your DMV records remain private and confidential. If you have problems with the online system, you can call technical support at 1-877-563-5213 during normal business hours.

Records by Mail

Online records must be printed out and cannot be mailed out. They are not official, and if you want official records, you need to supply form INF 1125, filled out and mailed it to:
"Dept of Motor Vehicles PO Box 94427, MS G199 Sacramento, California 94244-2470"
Your official records will be mailed to the address you provide. Make sure to include the five-dollar fee in the form of a money order or check. For official copies, be sure to put the words, "Certified Driver Record" in the top section of form INF 1125.

Getting DMV Records in Person

Go to your DMV office. If you click here, you'll see all the available offices. The DMV recommends making an appointment ahead of time to make the process quicker and easier. You must present a completed form INF 1125 with proper ID and pay the fee.

You Can Request Records for Others

Unlike most states, California doesn't require written authorization from the driver, to obtain records because it's considered public information. However, you must give a reason for the request, and the DMV will decide if it is valid or not. California does follow the 1994 Driver Privacy Protection Act, and the following information is withheld from the DMV records released:
  • Driver's license number
  • SS number
  • Home address
  • Phone number
To receive someone else's records, you must submit form INF 70. You can request two types of California DMV records:
  • Info from someone's driver's license or ID application that are public record
  • Public records on vessel or vehicle registration. This will show the current owners name, status, and a description of the vehicle. It does not include past owners.
The fee for online records is only $2.00. In person and mail fees are $5.00. You can pay with a credit card for online transactions only. Your local DMV will accept cash and check payments. They also accept debit cards and money orders. For mail orders, you may use either check or money order payments.

Record Corrections

If you find errors on your records, you can use form: DL207 DL208 - incorrect traffic accident info DL157 - incorrect court records. The court submits this document at your request.
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