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Finally it's easy to get your Free Ohio Drivers License Check!

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) now offers a free driver’s license lookup in Ohio. By filling out a few simple pieces of information online, drivers can obtain their Free Ohio Driver’s License Report from the Ohio BMV within minutes. This free driving record details the individual’s past two years of driving disqualifications and suspensions; however, it should be noted that the Ohio BMV also offers a 3-year driving record, which is available online for the small fee of $5.00.

You will need the following Drivers Information:

  • Ohio Driver License / I.D. Number
  • Date of Birth
  • First Letter of your Last Name
  • Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number

Reasons Your Ohio Driver’s License Can Be Suspended 

There are a number of reasons that your Ohio driver’s license may have been suspended. Unfortunately, due to administrative issues or unforeseen circumstances and delays as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may not always be notified when your Ohio driver’s license has been suspended.

In addition to the more common reasons, such as DUI, DWI, accidents, and other moving violations, your Ohio driver’s license can be suspended for failing to pay child support or having unpaid court fees. There may be warrants or blocks on your license and the only way to determine this for sure is by visiting the Ohio BMV website and running a FREE Ohio driver’s license check.

What Your Ohio Driver’s License Check Covers

Your free Ohio driver’s license check outlines a few valuable pieces of information that will inform your Ohio SR22 bond and provide all of the information you need to drive legally in Ohio based on your specific driving limitations, past charges, and other details.

Your Driver’s License Report will include the following information:

  • Motor vehicle accident reports
  • Moving violation convictions
  • Driver identification information
  • Driver’s license renewals and replacements
  • Past driving suspensions
  • All other causes for disqualification

How to Access Your Driving Record

To get your free driver’s license check showing your Ohio driving record, click on the above link to the Ohio BMV online service page, then select “View your driving record.” You will then be prompted to fill out a short form where you will enter the aforementioned personal information.

Accessing Your Report Without a License or Identification Card

If you do not have a license or ID card in your possession, you will still be able to check your driver’s license status in Ohio if you have received a letter from the Ohio BMV. When prompted to enter your Ohio driver’s license number in the online form, you may instead enter the number that was provided to you in the letter to get your report showing your driving record over the past three years.

Ohio BMV Reinstatement Fee Reduction/Amnesty Program

If you’ve found that your driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, you’ll be glad to know that having it reinstated might be more affordable than you expected due to the Ohio BMV fee reduction and amnesty program.

Different Types of Ohio Driving Records

When accessing your free license check online, there are two main types of driving records you can request. The first is your official three-year license report, which will have all of your driving information from the past three years. This include things like speeding or parking tickets, driving infractions, accidents, and anything else your vehicle has been involved in in the past 36 months.

You can also request an unofficial two-year driver’s license report from the Ohio BMV. This report isn’t as detailed as the prior one but if you’re simply looking to determine whether your license is in good standing or not, it’s the best one for you.

It’s important to note that no matter what type of report you choose, all accidents you’ve been involved in will appear on your driving record regardless of whether they were your fault or not. Your driving record will also include any suspensions or driving disqualifications you’ve incurred over the years.

Getting Your License Back

If you’ve learned that your driver’s license has been suspended, there are some important steps to take to get your license back. First, you’ll need to submit your reinstatement application at least three weeks before your suspension ends. You’ll also need to provide proof of insurance. Reinstatement fees can cost upwards of $500, however, you may qualify for the Ohio BMV Amnesty Program.

Contact us for more information on obtaining your FREE license report!

If you require an SR22 Bond in the state of Ohio, do not hesitate to obtain your free online Ohio Driver’s License Check so that our team can help you begin the process.