Getting Your New Hampshire Driving Record
The process of getting your driving record can certainly vary from state to state. In the state of New Hampshire, there are several steps that you must take in order to get your driving record. One of the first steps you have to take is to complete the necessary application and go from there. It is important to point out that the process is different if you are requesting your own driving record than if you are requesting the driving record of someone else. In any case, you should begin by filling out and submitting the Release of Motor Vehicle Records form to the New Hampshire DMV.
Applying for Your New Hampshire Driving Record
As previously stated, filling out and submitting the Release of Motor Vehicle Records form to the New Hampshire DMV is where you can start applying for your driving record. You have to specify what information you are requesting from the DMV. Since you want your driving record, simply select ‘Driver record’ from the Driver Information heading. After that, you have to specify whose information you want and thus must provide some information to identify yourself.
You have to at least provide your full name, date of birth, and your driver’s license or non-driver ID number. You also have to provide your full name, mailing address, and a contact telephone number in the ‘information of the person filling out this form’ section. You also have to sign and date the form, and then submit the completed form along with the necessary payment using the New Hampshire DMV’s dropbox services. You can also mail the completed form to the following address:
You use the same address but simply write ‘DMV – FR / Accidents’ on the second line to get an Accident/Crash Report.
There is a decent amount of information that you will need in order to request your driving record from the New Hampshire DMV. You will need to know your full name and your date of birth in order to successfully complete the Release of Motor Vehicle Records form. However, this is not all the information you will need.
You also have to provide your driver’s license number or non-driver identification number. Because of this, it is probably best if you have your driver’s license or non-driver ID card ready so that you can enter this information quickly. Finally, you will need to know which telephone phone is best used to contact you in order to complete this request for your driving record.
Fees for New Hampshire Driving Records and How to Pay Them
As previously stated, you do have to pay the required fees in order to complete your request for New Hampshire driving records. The fee for obtaining a New Hampshire driving record, also known as a Driver Record Report, is $15. There are a number of different ways that you can pay for this.
You can pay via check or money order and you should make all checks and money orders payable to “NH-DMV” if you decide to pay this way. It is also important to point out that you can only pay for driving record fees at the Concord DMV office in New Hampshire. You should include what the money is for and the name and date of birth of the person whose record you are requesting, which would just be your own name and record. If you want to get an Accident/Crash Report, then the fee is $1 per page and the minimum fee for this report is $5.
What Sorts of Driving Records Are Available?
You can obtain various different kinds of driving records if you complete the process of requesting them from the New Hampshire DMV properly. The two main types of driving records available are the Driver Record Report and the Accident/Crash Report. The Driver Record Report comes in three forms: the Insurance Driver Record Report, the Certified Driver Record Report, and the Non-Certified Driver Record Report.
The Insurance Driver Record Report includes only violations and accidents and covers five years of court convictions and three years of crash involvement. The Certified Driver Record Report includes detailed information about past history such as present and/or past suspensions/revocations, restorations, convictions, and crash involvement.
This details seven years of information about court convictions, ten years for DWI convictions, and five years of crash involvement. The Non-Certified Driver Record Report includes much the same information as the Certified Driver Record Report. The Accident/Crash Report includes information about a specific accident or crash.
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