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Illinois DMV Records Information
If you would like to get a copy of your driving or motor vehicle records in Illinois, you'll need to contact the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State or go through a 3rd party records service.

The Importance of Checking Your Illinois DMV Records

There are several good reasons to view your DMV reports every now and then. For example:
  • Insurance - if you have moving violations on your record it will affect your insurance premiums. Serious violations or multiple instances may cause your insurer to cancel your auto insurance.
  • Driver's license points - when your driving record has three moving violations in one year, your license could be suspended or even revoked. The penalty is stiffer for drivers under 21 as it only takes two moving violations within a two-year period.
  • Identity theft - if someone stole your identity and licensed a car in your name, you could be responsible for any traffic violations and legal problems.
  • It's important that there are no errors or false information on your record.

Who is Allowed to View Your Records?

If you have teen drivers you can go to the Parental Access web page of the SOS (Secretary of State) website and gain access to their driving records. Besides yourself, the following entities may receive permission to see your records:
  • Court officials
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Private investigators
  • Your legal representative
  • Government agencies
  • Immediate family
  • Employers or prospective employers
  • Insurance companies and representatives
  • Financial companies that need your records
  • Vehicle dealerships

What Do My Records Reveal?

You may request a driving record abstract or motor vehicle registration info. Your abstract may list your traffic violations. Moving violations may remain on records for as long as five years. Abstracts can also show driver's license points, suspensions, and revocations. This info may stay on your record for as long as seven years. Drug-related issues can become a permanent part of your driving record.
If you request a vehicle registration search, you can receive title info and registration info on the vehicles you own.
vHow to Get Your Illinois DMV Records
If you want to obtain a driving record abstract, you must first complete a Driving Record Abstract Request Form. Supply all the required information, and you can go to a local office or mail in the form. Here is a link to the Secretary of State Facility Finder. Certified copies are $12.00. Each photocopy is $1.00, and additional certifications are $2.00 each. You'll need to sign the form in front of an SOS office representative or when mailing, your signature must be notarized. The mailing address is:
"Secretary of State, Driver Analysis Section, 2701 S. DIRKSEN PKWY. SPRINGFIELD, IL 62723"
To request a title or registration search, use the information request form. The fees for a title and registration search are both $5.00. Certified copies will cost you $10.00 apiece. Sign, date, and use the right code letter on the form. List why you are requesting records and include the fee. The mailing address is:
"Secretary of State Record Inquiry Section 501 S. Second St., Rm. 408 Springfield, IL 62756-8888"
If you need more info, you can call 1-217-782-2720.
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