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Zimmerman's Research Guide


Driving Records

Driving records from almost all states are available from DrivingRecord.net, providing you have a permissible use. Accurint has about 20 states.

Otherwise, you can get driving records by providing the license number to a public records retrieval company, such as Accurate Credit Bureau or a competitor, again assuming you have a permissible use.

Another way: If you have some time, you could contact the relevant Department of Motor Vehicles in the relevant state and try to do the research directly (www.dmv.ca.gov/vehindustry/otherdmvs.htm).

See Also
State Government Agencies

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