- 1. Checking License Status via Abstract Driving Record
- 2. How to Request an Abstract Driving Record
- 3. Driver Record for the Employer of a CDL Holder
- 4. Unofficial Copy of Driver Record (Two-year)
- 5. Driver License History
- 6. Vehicle Registration Record
- 7. Vehicle Title Record
- 8. Vehicle Title Record with Historical Chain of Ownership
Checking License Status via Abstract Driving Record
If you want to check your Ohio drivers license status you need to request a driving record abstract.
You should know that it is a three-year record that includes the following details: all violations and convictions and accident involvement reports. It is a great way to check Ohio driving license status. Besides that, all disqualifications such as license suspensions, revocations will be shown on your three-year record. The record will display only the recent driver’s license issuance date.
How to Request an Abstract Driving Record
Requesting the abstract driving record is possible in three different ways. You can do that online, in-person, and by mail.
Visit the online website at OPLATES.com and follow the instruction in order to request your driving record. Click on BMW online services, and you will see the box under the name MW driving record there. The visitors will have to choose between two different options – an unofficial 2-year driving record and a certified 3-year driving record.
For the unofficial 2-year driving record, you will have to share your license or state ID number, date of birth, the first letter of your last name, and the last 4 digits of SNN. Below that box, you will have to share some personal information. More precisely, you will have to share your last and first name, middle name or your initials, date of birth, suffix, and last 4 digits of SSN. Keep in mind that your name has to be identical to one that appears on your Ohio Drivers License.
If you want to request a driving record In-Person, you should go to the deputy registrar license agency. Of course, you should find the closest BMV location to you. There are many of them on the territory of Ohio state.
First, complete the necessary Record Request (form BMV 1173) and after submitting a $5.00 fee, send a mail to the: Ohio BMV, Attn: BMV Records, PO Box 16520, Columbus, Ohio 43216-6520.
Driver Record for the Employer of a CDL Holder
If an employer of a CDL holder wants to request a driver record, the procedure is different. First, you should know that the record will include all federally-required driver history and medical examiner certification information. For request, you should complete the necessary BMV 1173 Form and then follow the instruction you will find HERE.
Unofficial Copy of Driver Record (Two-year)
Any individual can request an unofficial copy of their driving record from the period of last 2-years permitted by The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). On the record, you can see details such as moving violation convictions, accident involvement reports, and other actions that result in license suspensions, revocations, or other disqualifications. However, the driver record is consistent with the Ohio point assessment and suspension law.
Driver License History
The information that driver license history contains is issuance dates for current and previously-obtained driver licenses, as well as, state identification cards.
Vehicle Registration Record
A vehicle registration record provides the most recent registration information related to the identifier provided. Vehicle registration records do not provide historical information.
Vehicle Title Record
If you want to see the most recent title information associated with the intensifier provided, you need to request for vehicle title record. Title records can also provide limited historical information if you are qualified to get them.
Vehicle Title Record with Historical Chain of Ownership
On a vehicle title record chain, you can find a list of vehicles titled to an individual. Besides that, you can find a list of owners of a vehicle with their issuance dates.