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North Carolina MVR

North Carolina MVR Report

The Koleman Group LLC MVR provides companies, insurance providers, and government agencies an easy method to purchase driver's licenses online. It is possible to order North Carolina MVR reports can be utilized to aid in pre-employment screening as well as an insurance underwriting and continuous risk management. The MVR cost is inclusive of an annual North Carolina MVR fee. The price isn't a surprise.

North Carolina MVR Record Pricing

  • 3 years old
  • Instant Turn Around
  • Name, DL#, DOB
  • Driver License Information Included in North Carolina MVR
  • Org. Issue Date
  • Date of Issue
  • License Class
  • Endorsement
  • Status
  • Exp. Date
  • Address of the driver
  • North Carolina CDL Medical Certificate Included in MVR
  • Issue Date
  • Self-certificate
  • Add Date
  • Examiner
  • Exp. Date
  • Restrictions
  • Status
  • Availability: Employers & Insurance providers
  • Specific requirements: Driver's signed consent
  • Prices (per MVR)
  • 3 Year Report for 3 Years
  • $21.00*


A setup fee is assessed if you purchase only one MVR when you sign up for the account. The setup fee is waived when you purchase greater than one MVR on your first purchase.

How to Request North Carolina Driving Records?


  1. Sign up for an account or log in to the account you already have.
  2. You should have all of your driver's license details readily accessible (full Name, DOB, and license number). Enter the information exactly as it appears on your license to avoid typos.
  3. Make sure you have signed a driver's permission form for each driver. We will require the consent form to be uploaded.
  4. Download Insurance Consent Form
  5. Download Employment Consent Form



After placing your order, you'll receive an email confirming that your order was successfully processed. After that, you'll be able to access your account to look over your MVRs.

North Carolina Driving Record

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North Carolina Driver Record Monitoring

  • The intuitive MVR monitoring dashboard identifies negative trends, including suspended convictions, accumulated convictions and accidents, expired licenses, and CDL medical certificates.
  • The Status of Driver's Licence
  • Real-time notification of negative changes made to driving records.
  • National MVR Monitoring
  • Most comprehensive monitoring of Canada and the US in addition to Canada.
  • Email
  • Reminders
  • Reminders for DQ documents such as CDL medical certificates as well as insurance expirations.

How to get your North Carolina Driving Record Fast and Easy


Many see North Carolina as an amazing state to drive around; however, it's very easy to lose sight of the beautiful scenery when the flashing lights warn that a speeding fine is on the way. Unfortunately, accidents and tickets are items that end up appearing on numerous drivers' reports. Because of this and other reasons, it's crucial to look over the details of your North Carolina driving record now and then to review the information on your report and verify that the information on your record is accurate. Accessing and reviewing your driving record is easy when you keep these guidelines in your mind.

What are the reasons to access your North Carolina Driving Record?

There are several reasons to keep an eye on your driving record. First, insurance companies and even your employer have access to your records; therefore, it's best to be aware of what's included in them. The information on your driving record impacts your insurance rates. If it has errors, you'll have to make them right as quickly as possible so you do not incur an excessive penalty. Finally, many drivers are aware that keeping track of the details of their driving record allows them to ensure that nobody has taken their identity.

Different Types of Driving Records in North Carolina

In North Carolina, drivers have access to three driving records: a certified true copy, a complete but not certified abstract copy, and a limit copy. A certified authentic copy ($11 cost) includes a full history of your driving. It's the most frequently requested report by the courts and legal process. The non-certified, complete extract ($8 cost) record is an entire driving record and is typically accessible by employers and insurers. Finally, the limited extract copy that is not certified ($8 cost) gives three years of the driver's past.

What information does the North Carolina Driving Record Contain?

It is likely that your driving record naturally contains traffic-related incidents such as accidents and tickets. Additionally, it lists incidents involving alcohol and felonies that the driver might have. License cancellations and suspensions are also listed in the document. North Carolina driving records also contain personal information like the legal name of the driver and birthday, date of birth, and driver's license numbers. Points on the license (associated with each traffic offense) are also recorded as part of the driving record.

Finding your North Carolina Driving Record

In North Carolina, driving records are available to be obtained on the internet, by mail, and on the spot.

To request the driving record by mail, You must fill out the form DL-DPPA-1, which is found here. Send this form together with the fees. In addition, you may submit cash or a check with the address of North Carolina DMV. North Carolina DMV. Send your request to:

North Carolina Driver License Records

3113 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-3113

If you want to obtain your record on the spot, you'll need to go to the DMV and complete an application form called DL-DPPA-1 along with the cost. If you are paying on the spot, you can pay by check, money order, or cash. Unfortunately, credit cards aren't allowed at DMV.

To obtain an online copy of your driving record online To request your driving record online, visit the NC DMV online services page. Input the information required and make sure you note what kind of driving record you wish to request. You'll need to supply your driver's license number, birth date, birth date, social security number, and a pin code that you create when you sign up on the website. The fees you pay to make an online purchase using a major credit card. It generally takes around 10 days for you to receive your driving record.

Make sure you check your North Carolina Driving Record for accuracy

After obtaining the driving record, make sure you examine it for any errors. Unintentional mistakes can result in higher insurance rates and may impact your job. In addition, unintentional mistakes could cause additional points on your license. If you earn more than a few points on your license, it could be suspended. While mistakes aren't often a problem, however, they can happen. If you find an error, make sure to notify the DMV. You can report the error on the internet or by phone. You'll be asked for as detailed detail regarding the error as you are able to. After the error has been corrected, ensure that you notify your insurance company to ensure you're not being charged too much for insurance due to the error.

Many drivers look up the North Carolina driving records for their employers or court cases. However, all drivers must look over their records to make sure that they are aware of the points on their license and the things recorded on their records, which can affect their employment and insurance costs. Reviewing your record can provide you with security once you know that all the details are correct and that your identity is not compromised. If you want to look up another person's driving record, you can get in touch with the DMV. They permit this type of access in certain situations.

North Carolina Driving Record Points

To help you here's a quick overview of North Carolina DMV points to aid you in finding any errors on your driving record.

In North Carolina, DMV points and insurance points are counted independently. This article focuses on calculating your North Carolina DMV points and how they impact your driver's license and, consequently, your driving record. If you're looking to learn the process of accumulating insurance points, you should contact your insurance company.

NC DMV points, also known as points on your driver's license, are evaluated through the DMV of North Carolina DMV. They can revoke your driver's license if you have 12 or more DMV points within three years.

There are certain situations that could result in the automatic suspension of a license:

  • If you earn 8 or more driver's license points within three years following your reinstatement
  • If you've been found guilty of speeding:
  • 15 mph in excess of the speed limit. The ticket was issued at 55 miles per hour.
  • 75 mph faster than the speed that is set to be less than 70 mph.
  • 80 mph faster than the speed limit of 70mph.
  • If you're found guilty of more than two charges within 12 months, you must be convicted of driving at speeds over 55 mph, but not more than 80 mph, or reckless driving.

It is important to note that the North Carolina driver's license first suspension can last up to 60 days, up to six months for the second suspension, and up to a year for the third suspension.

In calculating all of the DMV points main point to remember is DMV points are assessed only for the most serious traffic infraction if you're accused of multiple traffic violations within the same incident.

To provide you with an idea, here's a list of the driving costs in NC and the corresponding DMV points:

Traffic Offense

Point Value


Non-Moving Violations

0 points


Vehicle littering

1 Point


Speeding up when the limit is 55 miles per hour or less

2 Points


Other Moving Violations

2 Points


Inability in attempting to Restrain Child in restraint

2 Points


Speeding (10 miles per hour or less than the speed limit when the speed limit is lower than 55)

2 Points


Speeding (80 miles per hour or more in cases where the limit is 70)

3 Points


Stop Light/Stop Sign Violation

3 Points


Speeding through a Safety Zone

3 Points


Driving while not having an Operator's License

3 Points


Failure to yield Right of Way

3 Points


Inability to Retain Siren

3 Points


Driving without liability insurance

3 Points


At-Fault Accident (property damage of more than $1,800 however, less than $3,000)

3 Points


Speeding (>10 mph over the limits when the speed limit is greater than 55 but less than 75)

3 Points


Speeding at the limit of 55mph or higher

3 Points


Speeding in the School Zone

3 Points


Involuntary Accidents (injury or damage to property less than $1,800)

3 Points


Reckless Driving

4 Points


Hit and Run (property damage)

4 Points


Illegal Passing

4 Points


Being followed too Closely

4 Points


Driving on the Wrong Side of Road

4 Points


Drivers who are aggressive (Class C Licence)

5 Points


Walking by a stopped school bus

5 Points


aggressive driving (Comm. Lic.)

6 Points


The speed limit is not met (less than 10mph in excess of the speed limit when speed is maximum of 55 or more)

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Manslaughter or negligent Homicide



Pre-arranged Highway Racing



Hit as well as Run (injury/death)



DWI (.08 BAC or higher)



Transportation of Illegal Liquor to be Sold



Highway Racing



Speeding up to Elude Arrest



Driving while suspended or with a suspension



Speeding (75 mph or more when the limit is less than 70)



Drivers under 21 driving after having consumed alcohol or drugs



At-Fault Accident (injury/death more than $800, or property damage greater than $3,000)

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

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