What is the difference between a three-year, seven-year and complete driving report? Back to FAQs

A three-year and seven-year Florida driving report contains only infractions that have been adjudicated by the courts during that time frame. Example: If you have received a ticket and then attended driving school to have the points removed from your record, those points and the infraction are considered "adjudication withheld" and will not appear on the three-year and seven-year record. Non-moving violations will also appear on a three-year and seven-year driving report. Insurance rates are most commonly based on a three-year driving report.

A complete driving report contains all driving infractions and correspondences from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) to the driver over the past 11 years, as well as infractions reported by other states. Serious infractions may remain longer than eleven years. A complete driving report is the recommended report to check your driving record for omissions or inaccuracies.Click here to see a sample complete driving report.

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