How To Obtain Your Maine Driving Record
If you don’t need a certified copy ,you can get your Maine driving record by ordering it from the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles database. If you need a certified copy, you’ll need to apply by mail.
Applying to Get the Driving Record
You can obtain a quick, uncertified copy of your driving record online and many people find this the most convenient way of getting their driving record. You first need to know whether you want a three-year or 10-year record, then request it using your driver’s license number or date of birth and pay with a credit card. You’ll need access to a printer if you want a copy. Some convictions and suspensions are not transmitted on the electronic record, either.
If you need a complete record or a certified record, you’ll submit a written request. Include your full name as it appears on your license, date of birth, current address, and appropriate fee made payable to the Secretary of State. If you want a copy of a conviction, accident report, or suspension or revocation notice on the record, you’ll also include the date of the action or accident.
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You’ll need a copy of your driver’s license. If obtaining the record by mail, you’ll need a written request.
Fees for Getting Your Driving Record and Payment Methods
The fees for getting your driving record vary based on what kind of driving record you are getting and how you’re obtaining it. If you want a three-year non-certified quick copy online, you’ll pay $7. A ten-year copy online is $12. You must pay using a credit or debit card online.
If you are requesting by mail, the cost is $5 for a three-year copy and $10 for a ten-year copy. For certified copies add $1. If you’ve requested a copy of a revocation or suspension notice, accident report, or conviction, enclose an additional $5. You must pay with a check or money order made out to the Secretary of State if you order online. If you want the driving record faxed to you instead of mailed, enclose your fax number and an additional $2.
Types of Driving Records
Knowing the type of record you need is critical so that you can request the right document and go to the right place the first time. Driving records are certified or uncertified. If you’re requesting your driving record to show to an employer or for any official use, you’ll likely need a certified copy. If you’re just checking to see how many points have been assessed against your driver’s license, an uncertified summary copy likely will suffice. Also be sure you know whether you need the record faxed to you right away or if you can wait for it to be mailed.
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