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Maryland MVR Report

The Koleman Group LLC MVR offers businesses, insurance companies, and government agencies an easy method to request driver's reports online. It is possible to order Maryland MVR reports are useful to conduct pre-employment screening or insurance underwriting as well as continuous risk management. The MVR cost includes fees for the Maryland MVR cost. There are no hidden charges or charges to maintain an account.

Maryland MVR Pricing

  • 3 years old
  • Instant Turn Around
  • Name, DL# DOB
  • Driver License Information Included in Maryland MVR
  • Org. Issue Date
  • License Class
  • Endorsement
  • Issue Date
  • Status
  • Exp. Date
  • Address of the driver
  • Maryland CDL Medical Certificate Included in MVR
  • Issue Date
  • Self-certificate
  • Add Date
  • Examiner
  • Exp. Date
  • Restrictions
  • Status
  • Availability: Employers & Insurance providers
  • The requirements are: Driver's signed consent
  • Prices (per MVR)
  • 3 Year Report for 3 Years
  • $23.00*


*There's a $20 setup charge when you purchase only one MVR when you sign up for the account. The setup fee is waived when you place an order for multiple MVRs on your first purchase.


How Do I Request Maryland Driving Records?


  1. Register an account, or sign in to the account you already have.
  2. Make sure you have all of your driver's license details available (full name DOB, license number, and full name). Please enter the information exactly as it appears on your license to avoid typos.
  3. Check to see if you have a completed driver's permission form for each driver. We will ask for the consent form to be uploaded.
  4. Download Insurance Consent Form
  5. Download Employment Consent Form


When you've completed your purchase, you'll get an email confirming that your order was approved. After that, you'll be able to log in to your account and check your MVRs.

Maryland Driving Record

Maryland Driving Record Manage Risk

Maryland Driver Record Monitoring

  • A simple MVR monitoring dashboard detects negative trends, like the accumulation of convictions, suspensions, accidents, expired licenses, and CDL medical certifications.
  • Driving License Status
  • Real-time notification of negative changes to driving records.
  • All over the world MVR Monitoring
  • Most comprehensive monitoring of Canada and the U.S as well as Canada.
  • Email
  • Reminders
  • Reminders for DQ documents like CDL medical certificates as well as insurance expirations.


Different Types of Driving Records in Maryland

In Maryland, you can find two (2) kinds of driving records:

  • The three-year driving record
  • The Probation Before Judgement (PBJ)

Your three-year driving record contains your traffic violations, suspensions, car accidents, the date of your driver's license's status, and the date of issue.

However, you can check the record of your Probation Before Judgement (PBJ) driving record containing all of that details, along with any assigned probation in lieu of a verdict of guilty on the driving record.

Notice: This kind of document can only be requested by you, your attorney, and government officials.

You can request an uncertified or certified duplicate of both types of driving records. Most of the time, authentic driving records are requested by employers, the courts and insurance companies, or any other third party that is legally liable.

How do you request your driving Record in Maryland

In Maryland, it is possible to apply for an official driving record in person, via post, or internet.

In 2022, the cost for an uncertified driving record is $9.00, while for a certificated record, the cost is $12.00. Fees are not refundable.

Let's now go in-depth about how to ask for a driving record.


The first thing to do is download, print, and complete your Form for MVA's Request for Record (Form #DR-057). After that, you must submit it to the closest Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) office in your region.

Find here MVA branches in each county.

Do not forget to have a valid identification card and the cost of either $9 or $12.


If you're in a rush to get a copy of your driving record, you can submit your MVA request for records (Form #DR-057) by mail.

Complete the form and send it together with the appropriate fee and return address to:

Motor Vehicle Administration

Driver Records Unit

Room 145

6601 Ritchie Highway, NE

Glen Burnie, MD 21062

The remittance fee must be paid in either a money order or check. Checks should be imprinted with your address and name, driver's license number, and home or work phone number.


To make an online request, visit this page.

You must provide the driver's license, your routing numbers, date of birth, and your email (for you to send an electronic driving record to you).

In just a few minutes, after which your request will be accepted, you'll be able to view the details of your driving record.

If you're a third party seeking information about another person's driving record (or in the case of bulk requests), there are other documents you'll be asked to supply. Look over the driver and Vehicle Information Section on Reports and Documents for more information.

What should you do with a maryland driving record

Now that you've got the driving record.

What do you do with it?

It is crucial to verify that your information is accurate and current. Any incorrect information must be reported as quickly as possible to update the information on your driving record.

Also, you should verify the points on your driver's license. It's important to know the number of points you've earned to be more aware of traffic violations. (More on this subject below.)

Furthermore, driving records can be used to identify additional persons for car fraud, legal proceedings, and many more.

Drive Record Points System in Maryland

Points on your driving record are awarded when you violate the law when driving your vehicle.

If you have accumulated a total of 8 to 12 points, your driver's license is in danger of getting suspended or canceled.

Additionally, points that are high on the points on your driving record will get you premiums for auto insurance that are higher. Also, potential employers will be able to examine your driving record, impacting your job prospects.

What kinds of violations earn more points?

Following are driving record points in Maryland:

12 points

  • The use of a cell phone can cause a grave accident or even death
  • Unauthorized use, or illegal removal of a motorized vehicle
  • Making false affidavit under oath
  • A police officer is feigning
  • A felony can be committed if you use an automobile
  • Driving while under the influence of alcohol
  • When paired with an illegal and hazardous substance
  • Life-threatening injuries or murders caused by a vehicle
  • Driving while license suspended or canceled
  • Failure to stop after an accident causes the death or injury of a person

8 points

  • Inability to stop at the time of an accident, which destroyed property or vehicles
  • The lights should be turned off in the vehicle to avoid being identified

6 points

  • Driving recklessly

5 points

  • Aggressive drivers
  • Speeding
  • Driving on a highway
  • Driving while suspended on registration and license

3 points

  • Any violation which contributes to the accident

2 points

  • Operating a limousine in violation of the current infraction
  • Inability to stop at a red light
  • Persecution of pedestrians
  • In the process of passing an ambulance or a police vehicle
  • A vehicle is not following too close
  • Speeding up to 10 miles an hour or more

1 point

  • Any moving violation not listed

How can you improve your driving record?

According to the MVA, the MVA states that they instantly eliminate driving record points 3 years following the conviction if certain conditions are fulfilled. This includes:

  • Not being found guilty of any other vehicle-related or criminal offense that involved a vehicle in the three years.
  • Your driver's license has never been canceled or suspended.
  • You were not convicted nor granted probation before a judge's ruling for:
  • Drinking and driving alcohol or when intoxicated
  • Then, leaving the site of an accident that results in serious injury or death.
  • If you don't satisfy the above criteria, you may file a request for expungement to the MVA. The MVA will inform you whether your request is granted or not.
  • Another method to increase your driving record is to take an improvement course for drivers.

Notice: you must get the permission of the MVA to get rid of points or from your court handler if you would like to disqualify tickets for traffic violations.


Updated on 2022-06-07 21:33:49 by larry coleman

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