Tennessee Motor Vehicle Driving Record (MVR) Now Available Online

Tennessee motorists can now obtain a Tennessee Driving History online.  As discussed in a previous post, Tennessee Driver License Reinstatement and Driving History, Tennesseeans were previously limited to obtaining this information by either submitting a request by mail or submitting a request in person at a Tennessee Driver Service Center.

A Tennessee licensee can obtain this Motor Vehicle Report (MVR), also often referred to as a Tennessee Driving History, by visiting https://apps.tn.gov/pmvr/.  The report costs $7, which may be paid by credit card or check card; however, a prepaid card is not an acceptable payment option.  The motorist will further need to provide the Driver name, date of birth, and Tennessee driver license number.

The Oberman & Rice law firm often deal with issues surrounding Tennessee driver licenses, relating to Tennessee DUI offenses, as well as other traffic issues.  Should you have any legal issues surrounding your Tennessee driver license, our attorneys,  Steve and Sara are be available to speak with you and can be reached by calling 865-249-7200.

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  1. #1 by Danny B.W. Wilcox - December 31st, 2017 at 18:44

    I need a copy of my mvr record sent to me in prison. What is the address?

  2. #2 by Sara Compher-Rice - June 20th, 2018 at 15:23

    According to the Tennessee Department of Safety website (https://apps.tn.gov/pmvr/), a motor vehicle record may be requested by mail. Requests should be mailed to:
    Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security
    MVR Request
    PO BOX 945
    Nashville, TN 37202
    Please note that all requests must include a $5.00 cashier’s check or money order payable to the Tennessee Dept. of Safety & Homeland Security and must also include the driver’s name, date of birth, and Tennessee driver’s license number.

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