What is a Driver Record?
A driver record contains your driving history. The record shows current and resolved court-ordered suspensions, citations, violations and other entries impacting your record - including reinstatement fees owed to the BMV.
Please Note: Outstanding issues with a court must be settled with the court, including failure to pay tickets, unsatisfied judgments and delinquent child support. The BMV cannot address court issues.
House Enrolled Act 1141 provides a traffic amnesty program for Hoosiers who qualify. The program is available through December 31, 2020 and is managed through the court system. Traffic amnesty is an opportunity for individuals to apply for a reduction in fees owed to the BMV. For more information on how to apply, please reach out to the local court system. If you are granted a reduction, the court will transmit a copy of the order to the BMV. The BMV must receive the order directly from the court before any changes will be made to your record.
View or Download Your Driving Record
Viewable Driver Record (VDR)
A VDR can be viewed FREE OF CHARGE.
Official Driver Record (ODR)
An ODR is a certified copy of your driver record that is accompanied by a letter of certification from the BMV. Some employers and school admission offices require a certified driver record. The ODR may be purchased for $4.
Driver Record Legend
Provides an explanation of the abbreviations shown on the driver record.
- Download the Driver Record Legend (pre-12/8/13) – Use for ODRs issued prior to 12/8/2013
- Download the Driver Record Legend (post-12/7/13) – Use for ODRs issued on or after 12/8/2013
If you do not know your driver’s license number, you will be required to request a copy of your Official Driver Record by mail. To order your ODR, print the Request for Certified Records – State Form 53789 and mail this form along with your payment to:
Indiana Government Center North
100 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204