Delaney Simchuk, Car Insurance Writer
No, Hawaii DMV records are not public. Hawaii law considers DMV records to be privileged information, and they’re only available upon request by yourself or groups that require DMV records to do their job, such as law enforcement or insurance agencies.
Even though Hawaii DMV records are private information, insurance companies will still be able to access your DMV records in order to calculate your premiums. Typically, insurers will take the past 3-5 years of your driving history into consideration when determining your rates.
To request a copy of your own Hawaii driving record, you can mail a request to your county's district court. You can also purchase a copy from any Hawaii driver license service center.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to checking your driving record.
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