The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicle's driving record request service allows individuals to purchase online a copy of their official driving record – a true representation of the driver's history as it appears in the official DMV records.
A North Carolina driver license or ID is required for online requests. Individuals without a license or ID can still obtain a driving record in person or via mail.
View the frequently asked questions below for quick answers to common topics. For additional questions or concerns, send a message or call the NCDMV Customer Contact Center at (919) 715-7000 from 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays.
For additional information about using this service, view the online terms of service.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I don't have my North Carolina driver license or ID card number?
If you do not have your driver license or ID card number, you can request your driving record by downloading and mailing the Driver Privacy Protection Act Request Form (DL-DPPA-1) to the address on the form.
Who may request my driving record? Why would they want the information?
Any entity may request a driving record of an individual if it has a valid reason under the North Carolina Driver Privacy Protection Act. The entity must supply the required information necessary to conduct the search.
Who do I contact if I see an error on my driving record?
Send a message to NCDMV. Be sure to include your full name, address and phone number.
How will I receive my non-certified driving record?
When ordered online, non-certified driving records are available only in PDF format.