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Nevada Driving Record

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Your Nevada driving record is available to you online. It may be used by employers or others to see your driving history and if you have an violations or convictions in the past. Your driving record contains citations, driver’s license points, driving violations, car crashes, and other important information about your history as a driver.

You should take a look at this history once in a while to make sure that it is accurate. If it is not accurate, then you should reach out to the DMV to correct the record.

How to Obtain Your Nevada Driving Record

You can get your driver history report from the Nevada DMV by mail, online, or in person. If you want a certified copy, then you should order it through the mail.

By Mail

By mail, you can send a completed Application for Individual Record Information (IR002) to:

DMV Records Section
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711
Remember to include a check or money order for the NV DMV. It should be for $8.


To get your records online, you need to use the NV DMV’s My DMV service. You will also need:

  • A credit card to pay an $8 fee
  • A printer
  • A valid email address
  • Your date of birth
  • Your ID card or license
  • Your Social Security number

In Person

If you want to request a driving record in person, you can do so at a self-service kiosk or at the local DMV office. It’s $8 for this service, and you will need your current driver’s license.

Required Documentation

To get your driving record, you will need:

  • Your current license
  • Your date of birth
  • Your email address
  • Your credit card
  • A printer
  • Your social security number

If you’ll be seeing the DMV in person, then you only need the money for the application and your driver’s license.


Fees for Getting Your Driving Record and Payment Methods

To get your driver history, you will need to pay $8 in person, online, or by mail. If you use a self-service kiosk, you should add an additional $1 for processing the service.

Types of Driving Records

In Nevada, there are two kinds of driving records. There are records of the last three years as well as records of the last 10 years. Since most violations stay on a Nevada driving record for only three years, this is the record that many employers and insurance companies look at.

On a three-year record, there are:

  • Convictions
  • Demerit points
  • Car crashes

Serious violations may stay on your record longer. Driver’s license suspensions, convictions from other states, accidents, demerit points, and driver’s license withdrawals may all appear on your 10-year record.

Correcting Your Driving Record

To correct your driving record:

Last Verified:
Dec 29, 2022