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How Do I Request a Driving History Report (MVR)?

Via Internet

A Non-Certified copy of your Driving History (MVR) can be downloaded by using our Internet Services.

To request a viewable or certified Driving History Report (MVR) you will need to establish a secure account with DDS. Once you set up your account you may log in using your login and password. You have the following options:

  • Viewable version of your Driving History (MVR).
    • This will be available for viewing for 30 days after the date requested.
    • This version is not certified and may not be accepted by your employer, insurance agency or for other parties that would like a certified copy.
    • The fee is $6.00 for a 3 year history, and $8.00 for a 7 year history.
  • Certified version of your Driving History (MVR).
    • This version is not viewable and will be printed, certified and mailed to the address that you request.
    • This version will reflect your Georgia Driving History on the date it is printed.
    • A certified copy is usually requested for employment purposes, insurance agencies and others that request a version stamped and certified by DDS.
    • This report can be sent to a 3rd party on behalf of the customer.
    • The fee is $6.00 for a 3 year history, and $8.00 for a 7 year history.
  • Payments via Internet Services require a valid credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.
  • Payments can also be made by mail. A payment coupon will be available for print at the end of your transaction. Mail in payments include: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, check and cashier check or money order.
  • Please select the following link to request your Driving History Report using our Internet Services.

In person

A Georgia Driving History Report (MVR) can be purchased in person at any Customer Service Center. Proper identification will be required. If obtaining a motor vehicle record other than your own, the following is required:

  • A signed authorization from the licensee naming the person authorized to receive the record. Form DDS-18 (Request for Motor Vehicle Record [MVR]) is available for this purpose, but is not required.
  • Authorization form or letter must be original. Faxes or copies are not acceptable.
  • The full name, date of birth and Georgia driver's license number of the licensee.
  • The person receiving the report for another individual must show proper identification.
  • The cost is as follows: 3 year record is $6.00; 7 year record is $8.00.
    • Visa and Mastercard are accepted at all CSC’s. Some CSC’s also accept American Express.
    • To view credit card payment options for a specific CSC, click here.

Via Mail

You can obtain a copy of your Driving History (MVR) by submitting a letter (or Form DDS-18) requesting either a 3-year or 7-year MVR. The request should include the following:

  • Your full name as it appears on your driver's license
  • Driver's license number
  • Date of birth
  • Complete mailing address
  • Self addressed, stamped envelope

To obtain a copy of a Driving History (MVR) for someone else, please complete Form DDS-18  with all required signatures and information.

Requests may be mailed to:

Georgia Department of Driver Services
MVR Request
Post Office Box 80447
Conyers, Georgia 30013

The fee is $6.00 for a 3 year history, and $8.00 for a 7 year history. You may pay by personal or business check, money order, cashier's check, or credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express by mail.

If paying by credit card, please complete this form and include with your request: Credit Card Authorization Form

Checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks should be made payable to the Department of Driver Services.

Last Updated On: 12/18/2014