Request another person's records

 This page was updated for COVID-19.

How do I get another person's records?

You must certify that you have a permissible use under the Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) to see the personal information of another person on DMV records. See Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) for more information.

You may do one of the following to request another person's records

 

Office procedures have changed due to COVID-19.

We recommend you conduct your DMV business at the office or by mail in the County where you are a resident.

See instructions and reservation information for your county

 

Do it by mail

You can request another person's records by mail using the Request for DMV Records (MV-15) or the Freedom of Information Law Request Form (MV-FOIL).

Do it at the DMV

You can request another person's records at any DMV office.

Use Request for Driving Record Information (MV-15C) to request a driving record abstract at any DMV office.

Office procedures have changed due to COVID-19.

We recommend you conduct your DMV business at the office or by mail in the County where you are a resident.

See instructions and reservation information for your county

For your convenience, many DMV PDF forms can be filled in online and then printed.