How to Obtain Your Connecticut Driving Record
If you need to obtain a copy of your Connecticut driving record, you can do so online, by mail, or in person depending on the kind of copy you need. A certified copy is only available from select DMV locations and cannot be accessed online. For noncertified forms, you can sign on to the CT.gov website and log into your account. Then, request your driving history online and download it immediately.
Applying to Get the Driving RecordIt’s easiest to get your driving record online. Most people with a current or past license from Connecticut can access their histories in this way. To get your records online, you will need:
- Your address
- Your date of birth
- A credit or debit card
- Your Social Security number (SSN)
- Your driver’s license number
- Your first and last name (as it appears on your license)
Once you apply for your record online, it will be accessible for up to 30 days for no additional fee. You can also download and print the record at any time.
To get your driving record in person or by mail, you need to bring:
- The Copy Records Request Form
- A photo ID, which can be your passport, non-driver identification card or driver license
Fees for Getting Your Driving Record and Payment Methods
It is $20 to get your driving record. You can pay the DMV by check in person or by mail. You can also pay with a credit or debit card online. If you go to the AAA or federal credit union to get your records, there may be a fee of up to $8 for the service added onto this amount.
Types of Driving RecordsConnecticut only offers certified driving records and noncertified records. These records contain some basic information including your:
- Traffic violations
- Driving record points
- Any participating AAA office
- Norwalk Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- North Haven Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- Milford Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- Stamford DMV Office
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