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Kentucky DMV Records
If you would like to take a look at your Kentucky DMV records, you should get in touch with the Division of Driver Licensing of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The process is not difficult, and you can access records online, in person, or by mail. Here is more information to help simplify and expedite the process.
Available Records
In the Commonwealth of Kentucky, you can get a three-year or five-year report. Here is what you may find on a typical three-year record:
  • License status
  • Restrictions
  • Expiration
  • Traffic offenses
Five-year reports contain your personal information, and they include your complete driving history. They also have everything a three-year report has. In fact, you are the only authorized person that can get a five-year record. Anyone can request three-year reports, and there is no personal information contained in these records. Your address, phone number, age, and SS numbers are not on three-year reports.

Clearance Letters

A clearance letter is needed if you want to get an out-of-state driver's license and you have past suspensions or revocations. It informs your new state of residence that your record is clear (no current suspensions in Kentucky) and you can enjoy driving privileges in the state.

Who Can Access Your Kentucky DMV Records?

Your three-year Kentucky DMV driving record is public information and can be accessed by anyone making a request. However, if the person or business wants a detailed report with your personal information, they must have your permission.

How to Obtain Driving Records in Kentucky

If you wish to get your records online, you may purchase your three-year report at the website. If you want a five-year report, you'll have to visit a DMV office. For online records, you must first sign up and agree to the terms of the website. You'll receive a username and password that gives you access to the information you need. Once logged in, you can order your three-year report and pay with a debit card or charge card. You'll receive the records via email.

In Person Records

Go to your regional field office. You can find your local office by clicking this link to the website. At the field office, you can order a three-year or five-year report, and the fee is only $3.00. If you need a clearance letter for another state, this is the place to go.
In Kentucky, you don't have to use a special form for your request. However, all requests must include name and driver's license number (or Social Security numbers), birth date, and residential address. Mail your request to:
"Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

Division of Driver Licensing

Attn: Driver History Records / Fees Section 200 Mero Street Frankfort, KY 40622"
The Importance of Kentucky DMV Records
By viewing your driving records, you can spot entry errors or mistakes. These errors can cause your auto insurance costs to rise and may affect your Kentucky driving privileges. Third-party services for obtaining records are also available. If you need to talk to someone about problems with your records, contact the Division of Drivers Licensing. The phone number is 1-502-564-1257
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