Related Topics: Florida Driving Records
Reviewing a copy of your Florida DMV driving record is important. If there's an error on your driving record you need to fix it immedialy. Florida DMV driving records impact your auto insurance rates and possible employment if you are required to drive a company car.
To receive a copy of your Florida DMV driving record you have two choices: 1) Instantly receive a copy of your Florida DMV driving record online; or, 2) Request a copy of your Florida DMV driving record through the mail which typically takes 30 days.
The fastest way to get a copy of your drivers license record is online from a state approved provider.
Driving Record by Mail — To submit a written request by mail include the individual's full name, birth date, social security number, Florida Drivers License Number, and your address.
Mail the written request and check (or money order) to: Bureau of Records, P.O. Box 5775, Tallahassee, Florida 32314-5775.
Allow 30 days to receive your driving records via mail. The Florida DMV driving record from the state are: $8 3-year; $10 7-year; and $10 3-year or 7-year certified. You can pay by personal check or money order made payable to the Division of Driver Licenses.
If you find an error on your Florida DMV driving record, you need to immediately correct it. You can contact the Florida DMV customer service in Tallahassee at (850) 922-9000.