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Driver Record Points Summary
You may get a summary of your driving record points for free online. This will tell you how many points are on your driving record.
To get the full report of another driver, you must have the driver's consent or have a specific reason for the information as found under the federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act of 1994. These uses include, but are not limited to:
- Government agencies
- Businesses to verify information
- Court proceedings
- Insurance companies
- Commercial driver's licenses
The full report is $6. You may also request a copy by mail by completing a Request for Driver Information (SCDMV Form MV-70). Provide as much information as possible on the form and mail it to the SCDMV address on the form. Include a $6 payment made out to the SCDMV (do not mail cash).
Beginning October 12, 2022, customers who order motor vehicle records (MVRs, also called driving records) from the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) will receive an MVR with a watermark of the Great Seal of the State of South Carolina. The watermark indicates that the record is a certified copy of the official department record, and as such can be accepted for all purposes which require an official SCDMV department record.