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You can check your driving record in Colorado by going to the Department of Revenue website and requesting a copy of your driving record. It costs $9 ($10 for a certified copy) to purchase a copy of your Colorado driving record online, and you will need to provide your last name, driver's license number, date of birth, and the last four digits of your Social Security number.
Some states like Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, and Ohio allow residents to check their driving record for free.
How to Check Your Driving Record in Colorado
- Go to the Department of Revenue website.
- Provide your personal information.
- Pay any applicable fees.
Driving records are important for insurance purposes because car insurance companies charge higher premiums for customers with a history of violations or accidents. For instance, a single speeding ticket increases premiums by an average of 31% in Colorado. Checking your driving record can help you verify that the information is correct.
It’s also a good idea to see when a violation occurred, because insurance companies generally look at the past three to five years of your driving record. Once insurance companies stop taking the violation into account, you should compare quotes again to be sure you’re still getting the best rate on the coverage you need.
For more information, check out WalletHub’s guides to driving record checks and driver’s license points.
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