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Maryland DMV Records
Are you curious to see what's on your Maryland DMV records? Perhaps you'd like to know what kind of information is available and maybe you want to make sure that everything on your driving record is accurately reported. After all, your insurance company uses this information to determine your auto insurance premiums, and there are other reasons to check these records. To obtain copies of your reports you can use a third-party service or go directly to the Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Administration. Here is additional information on how to get your records.

Why Obtain Copies of Your Maryland DMV Records?

Besides insurance premiums, it's important to know your driving record details when you plan to apply for a CDL position or a job that requires driving company vehicles. Potential employees check these records before hiring people. Maybe someone has stolen your identity and registered a car in your name? You can find out about this when you get a copy of your driving records.

What Records Are Available?

You may order certified and non-certified driving records in Maryland. Records covering a three-year period are available, as well as complete driving history records. Probation before judgment (PBJ) records are also available (common with Maryland DUI charges). You may order vehicle title registration records too.

What Kind of Information is On My Records?

Both three-year and complete driving history records provide information about the validity of your Maryland driver's license. They may also show traffic accidents and violations you were convicted of.

Who May Access My Records?

You can access all your records. However, to view your complete driving history (including PBJ records) you must be the person's lawyer, a member of law enforcement or the court system, government agency, or a CDL driver employer.
Ways to Obtain Maryland MVA Records
You can go to your local MVA (Motor Vehicle Administration) office. A listing of offices is available at the official website. You may also make requests via mail or online.

Internet Access

Getting records at the MVA website is very easy. The fee is $9.00 and $12.00 for certified records. You can pay by charge card or electronic check. You also need to provide a phone number or valid email address.
Visit Your Local MVA
Your MVA office has form DR-057. This form is required to obtain your records. You may also download the form, print in out, complete it, and bring it your MVA office or mail it in. While at the office, you may also register to vote.

Mail Requests

When mailing in form DR-057, make sure to fill out the section for mailing in requests. Check the appropriate box, sign the form, and provide all the required information. Mail your form to:
'Motor Vehicle Administration 6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E. Glen Burnie, Maryland 21062"


Record fees are the same for online, local, and mail transactions.

Clearing Your Record

In some cases, you can have violations taken off your record after three years, if they meet certain criteria. You may also have record errors corrected. Contact your local Maryland MVA for more information.
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