Driving and Vehicle Record Request

  • Requesting a Driving or Vehicle Record

    Driving and vehicle records can be purchased through the Record Sales Unit at the State Secondary Complex, Secretary of State Building, 7064 Crowner Drive, Dimondale. If you do not have an account with the Department of State, you must complete a record request form each time you request a record (BDVR-154).

  • Bulk Information Sales

    Specific information about drivers, personal identification card holders, vehicle registrations and titles, watercraft registrations and titles, snowmobile registrations, and related subjects are available for purchase in bulk from the Michigan Department of State, Record Sales Unit - Commercial Services.

  • Direct Access to Driving and Vehicle Records

    The Michigan Department of State provides direct access to its computer system so that commercial users can obtain driving, vehicle, mobile home, watercraft and recreational vehicle records under certain specified conditions.

  • Driving Record Subscription Service

    The Driving Record Subscription Service provides an organization with the driving record of their employees on an annual basis; or whenever there are any violations, restrictions, suspensions, or revocations posted to the record.

  • Governmental Agency Record Requests

    If your agency is a governmental entity, you must complete a Record Lookup Request for Governmental Agencies (BDVR-155) form.

  • Requesting Another Person's Record

    You can request a copy of another person's driving or vehicle record. The cost is $11.00 per transaction.

  • Request Your Own Driving Record And Get Same-Day Service

    You can purchase your own certified driving record for $12 at any branch office. Simply show your driver's license (no form required) and walk out with your record in hand. All offices accept cash, checks, money orders, Discover, MasterCard, or VISA debit and credit cards.

  • Requesting Your Own Driving or Vehicle Record

    To request a copy of your own driving or vehicle record, you must complete a Record Lookup Request. Individuals requesting their own record should expect to receive it at the address listed in section 1 of the form. If you would like your information to be mailed to a different address, you may do so by indicating that on section 4 of the form