My MVR or better know as Motor Vehicle Report is a public record that shows any traffic citations, driving history, years of driving experience and any DUI/DWI you might have received. If you have ever been found at fault for a traffic accident, it will also show up on your driving record.
If you have ever been issued a traffic citation, you may be wondering how long it will stay on your driving record. The answer to this depends on the nature of the violation and the state that you live in.
Collisions and minor traffic citations, such as speeding tickets, will stay on your record for three to seven years. A major traffic violation, such as driving under the influence, can stay on your record for up to ten years.
Your driving record is important to insurance companies. Insurance companies closely monitor the driving records of all their members. If you have any speeding tickets or accidents on your driving record report, your insurance premium could go up. You may be dropped by your insurance company if you receive too many traffic citations.
Cost is $20 plus state fee.