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A clean driving record in Hawaii is one without any accidents, points or moving violations. Claims aren’t usually included in the definition of a clean driving record, but a record that’s also free of any recent claims does look cleaner. You can check your Hawaii driving record by mailing a request form or visiting a District Court.
Characteristics of a Clean Driving Record in Hawaii
- 3-5 years without any points assigned to your license
- 3-5 years without any accidents
- 10+ years without any major violations such as DUIs or hit-and-runs
- 7 years without filing any insurance claims (not always included in the definition of a clean record)
In Hawaii, you may be able to remove points from your driving record by taking state-approved defensive driving courses. This may not completely clear your driving record, but it’s a good way to begin.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to checking your driving record.
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