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Ordering Driver Records

An individual can order a driver record online or by mail. Driver records are not available in driver license offices.

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 Driver Records


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Companies that want to order driver records may email License and Record Service for information.

Order a Driver Record by Mail

To order a type 1, 2, 2A, 3 or 3A driver record by mail, follow the instructions on the driver record request form (PDF).

To order a certified abstract of driving record (type AR) follow the instructions on the certified abstract request form (PDF).

If the driver record has not been received three weeks after the date it was ordered, contact Customer Service.

Driver Record Types

Driver Record Type Table

Driver Record Type

Information

Type 1
Status record

  • Date of birth, license status, home address and original Texas driver license application date.

Type 2
3-year history

  • Type 1 information, plus
  • List of crashes (if a ticket was received), and all moving and nonmoving violations for three years from date of offense.

Type 2A
Certified 3-year history

  • Certified version of type 2.
  • This record type cannot be used for a defensive driving course (DDC).

Type 3
List of all crashes and violations

  • Type 1 information, plus
  • List of all crashes (even if no ticket was received), and all moving and nonmoving violations in the record.
  • Type 3 is provided only to the person the record belongs to.
  • This record type cannot be used for a defensive driving course (DDC).

Type 3A
Certified list of all crashes and violations

  • Certified version of type 3.
  • Type 3A is provided only to the person the record belongs to.
  • This is the only record type that can be used for a defensive driving course (DDC).

Type AR
Certified abstract of complete driver record

  • Type 3 information, plus
  • All suspensions in the record.
  • Type AR contains all information in a driver record.

For questions about Crash Reports and Records, contact the Texas Department of Transportation.

Driver Record Monitoring (DRM)

Per legislative directive, the Department continues to progress toward implementation of the Driver Record Monitoring pilot. A draft of the proposed solicitation has been completed and is currently in review by the Department’s Office of General Counsel.  Once the review has been completed the RFO will be published in the Texas Register.  Up to three pilot participants will be selected from those qualified entities responding to the RFO.  We anticipate beginning the pilot in late summer 2015.  Upon successful completion of the pilot, the Department may proceed with full implementation of the program where it would contract with eligible entities to provide driver record monitoring services.

The next update regarding the status of implementation will occur in April 2015.