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Knowing what's on your Driving Record is important and being able to prove it is even more vital. If you're looking for a ticket dismissal or an insurance reduction, don't make the mistake of going to the courthouse without having a copy of your Driving Record with you. Why stand in another long line? We have made it possible to order a certified copy of your Texas Driving Record from online and then take it with you to the courthouse during your visit. Do you have an important deadline to meet? Just choose an Express Shipping option during checkout and you'll have your driving record as soon as the next business day. There's no easier way to get your Texas Driving Record. Order yours online from us now!

Your Texas Driving Record provides a history of violations, suspensions and details of your driving history. A copy of your Texas Driving Record may be required by the court for traffic ticket dismissal when you complete a defensive driving course.

Depending on where you received your traffic ticket, most courts require a copy of your Texas Driving Record as well as your certificate of completion. The court that has jurisdiction over your traffic ticket will depend on the law enforcement agency that issued the ticket and the particular location where you received it.

What's Exactly on Your Driving Record?

A complete driving record includes non-serious violations for a 15-year period; after 15 years, the violation is removed. Serious violations, such as DWI or No Liability Insurance, are never removed from a driving record. Out-of-state convictions also will appear on a Texas driving record. All crashes investigated by a law enforcement officer become part of the driving record. For questions about a crash, contact the Texas Department of Transportation.*

Here Are a Couple Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I need to provide a copy of my driving record to the court with my certificate?

Some courts do require you to provide a copy of your driving record to the court. You'll need to research where you had received your traffic ticket, but most courts require a copy of your Texas driving record to show you have successfully completed the course. The court that has jurisdiction over your Texas traffic ticket will depend on the law enforcement agency that issued the ticket and the location where you received your ticket. You'll be able to find the court having jurisdiction on your traffic ticket.

For your convenience, when you register for the course you'll be able to order your driving record (Type 3A), which will be emailed to the address you provide.

How do I pay for the course?

Registration is processed through our secure online payment processing program, which protects your identify and payment information. You'll need a credit card or debit card to pay. We also accept money orders and personal checks via US Mail.

We accept the following forms of payment:

Major Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover

Debit Cards: Visa or MasterCard

Personal Check or Money Order can be sent to our office at:

For additional information or assistance, contact our Customer Service Center at 1-877-299-4511.

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*This information was sourced directly from the Texas DPS

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