How to Request Oklahoma Driving Records
Your driving records, or DMV records, is the state’s collection of your driving history. Your driving history can include anything from a vehicle’s registration, convictions, and license status to point violations like from unpaid tickets and more.
Others may request your records like employers, law enforcement, insurance companies, and others.
Getting your OK driver’s records can be done online, in-person, or by mail. This short article shares how you can request driving records from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Records Management Division.
Getting Your Oklahoma Driving Record: Step-by-Step
Oklahoma offers different record types:
Each contains 3-years of your driving history including any accidents, convictions, and violations. You can request other driver’s information if you’re a govt agent, attorney, or insurance agent.
Fees to get your driving record include:
- Certified: $28
- Non-certified: $25
You can request these documents through the Oklahoma DMV to get official, certified documents. Or, use third-party providers to get unofficial OK driver documents. These third-party providers can save time and hassle when getting your driver information.
Below, you’ll learn how to request official documents through the OK DMV.
Driver Record Request Online
An online OK driver record request is the fastest and easiest option:
- Visit the OK DPS portal
- Follow the on-screen prompts
- Pay the record request fees:
- $25 online
- Free if 65 years old and older
- $3 extra for certified copies
- $2.50 processing fee
You can download and print your unofficial copies. Else, wait for your certified copies to process and arrive by mail in about a week or two.
Driver Record Request in Person
The driver record request is essentially the same process minus how it’s submitted.
- Download and fill out the Records Request and Consent to Release (DPS 303RM) form
- Go to the DMV office located at:
- 3600 N. Martin Luther King Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK.
- Provide your personal information
- Pay the driving records fee(s)
Driver Record Request by Mail
Mail-in request requires you to:
- Complete the Request Request form
- Include a check or money order
- Mail the documents to the DPS
This information goes to:
Department of Public Safety
Records Management Division
P.O. Box 11415
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
You should receive your records within a week or two of them being processed.
Found Something Wrong on Your Oklahoma Driving Records?
If you notice errors, contact your local DMV and inquire the erogenous information. This may include the need to update your information on file. The driving record is a handy set of documents for many DMV and/or court purposes – so keep them nearby in case you need them fast!