Motor vehicle reports (MVRs) are more commonly known as driving records. These are simply records of an individual’s driving history and driving-related offenses. They include details on:
- Suspensions and revocations
- Traffic violations, traffic-related convictions, and accidents.
Depending on the state and the offense, these infractions can remain on an individual’s driving record for anywhere from 3-10 years.
Most states only allow the person on record to access their driving records. If you need a copy of your driving record, you can get one from your state’s DMV, your auto insurance agent, or online third-party service. However, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin do not allow anyone to access driving records, not even the record holder.