Oklahoma Driver’s License Status

Checking your Oklahoma driver’s license online has become the most popular method among people. However, you should know that the online method is not the only option you have. You can complete the same process in-person and by mail as well. However, during the pandemic, completing the entire process online is probably a safer option. We will analyze all three of them, and let you decide on the right one for your needs.

Online

According to the partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and OK.gov, Oklahoma’s Official Website, you can check your driver’s license online. In the text below, we will highlight the essential parts.

Who can use this online system?

First of all, you need to be a registered subscriber if you want to use this service. If you are not registered already, you can easily do that now by clicking on Sign up. However, you should know that the information from the Oklahoma driver’s license record is not public.

If you want to access this record, complete the necessary Certificate of Acceptable Use Form after requesting this service through OK.gov.

How to use this online system?

If you want to search for driver’s license information, you need to provide the following: Driver’s License Number, Date of Birth, Name, and Gender. If you do not enter the necessary information on the website successfully, it will be considered as a “no-hit.” Your account will be charged a full search charge for a “no-hit” result.

Fees

One search through the OK.gov website is charged $27.50. At the end of the month, all performed searches will be charged. “No hit” results will be charged as well, for the same price of $27.50.

In-Person

Visit the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety office for driver’s license and/or Oklahoma identification card processing. Remember to respect the measures of social distance. Other than that, the number of customers in the building will be limited and you need to wear a mask. Only the customer can enter the building, with some exceptions.

Locations and their work time:

OKLAHOMA CITY

7:00 AM – 6:45 PM

Monday – Friday

3600 North Martin Luther King Avenue

7:00 AM – 6:45 PM

Monday – Friday

728 East I-240 Service Road

TULSA EASTGATE

7:00 AM – 6:45 PM

Monday – Friday

14002 East 21st Street

Common Questions

How do I obtain my driving record by mail?

After completing the appropriate Records Request form, send mail to the Department of Public Safety. Besides that, you can get your Oklahoma MVR from any tag agency.

How do I obtain my driving record online?

The first requirement, if you want to order your driving record online, is to have your Oklahoma Driver’s License in your possession. After entering the Camera ID number, which can only be found on your actual Oklahoma Driver’s License you can get your records online. Visit the online service and start with the procedure.

I need a 10-year driving record. How do I obtain this?

Unfortunately, you can not get a 10-year MVR driving record in Oklahoma. There is the only option for requesting a 3-year driving record according to Title 47 O.S., Section 6-117. In other words, you can see all convictions on your MVR for 3 years from the date of conviction.

How much does it cost to purchase my driving record?

Any Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) costs $25.00. On the other hand, a Certified MVR, cost $28.00 by Title 47 O.S., Section 6-117 D.

If I am over 65 is my MVR free?

If the requestor is older than 65, his MVR fee will be waived according to Title 47 O.S., Section 6-117 2 D. If the person wants a certified MVR, it is necessary to pay a fee of $3.00 by Title 47 O.S., Section 2-110.

Can I pay with a credit card by phone and have my Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) emailed or fax?

Credit card payments by phone, fax, or mail are not accepted. It is necessary to finish the procedure of paying In-Person by visiting DPS. You can pay with a credit card. Other than this In-Person option. You can pay with a credit card using the online application.