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If you want to drive one of the College's vans, be it to haul around your entry or schlep the debate team somewhere, you're going to need a van license from the college. You will need to:

  • obtain a copy of your driving record
  • pass a driving test

In all states, it is possible to obtain the record at a DMV office. In general, it is best to pay for the form with a check drawn from a bank, rather than a personal check or cash.

DO NOT use an online service like drivingrecord.org. The records they give you are not state certified, and the college will not accept them. You must get your record directly from your state DMV.

Once you get your driving record, contact collegecars@williams.edu to schedule a driving test.

Directory of General Addresses

Alabama[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with $5.75 to: Driver Record Request, Driver License Division, P.O. Box 1471, Montgomery, AL 36102-1471

Alaska[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form. # Mail with $5.00 to: Division of Motor Vehicles ATTN: DRIVING RECORDS, 2760 Sherwood Lane, Suite B., Juneau AK 99801, or fax (with credit card information) to: 1-907-465-5509

Arizona[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Have the form notarized (inquire in the Vice President’s Office in Hopkins Hall)
  3. Mail with $5.00 to Mail Drop 504M, Records Unit, Motor Vehicle Division, PO Box 2100, Phoenix, AZ 85001-2100

Arkansas[edit]

  1. Must visit an office in-state with $7.00:

California[edit]

  1. Print out form.
  2. Mail with $5.00 to Department of Motor Vehicles, P.O. Box 944247, MS G199, Sacramento, CA 94244-2470.

Colorado[edit]

  1. Send in a written request, including your full name, date of birth, and your driver license number, and $2.20, to Department of Revenue, Motor Vehicle Business Group, Control Section, Denver, CO 80261-0016

Connecticut[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

DC[edit]

  1. To request a copy of your driving record by mail, send a letter, including your full name, date of birth, Social Security number, driver's license number, photocopy of your ID, and a check or money order for $7, to: DC Department of Motor Vehicles, Attention: Driver Records, 65 K Street, NE, Washington, DC 20001

Delaware[edit]

  1. Complete the Personal Information Release Form.
  2. Have the form notarized with a seal or stamp (inquire in the Vice President’s Office in Hopkins Hall)
  3. Pay $15.00 fee for a 3 year record
  4. We recommend you include a stamped, self-addressed envelope to reduce processing time.
  5. Mail the check and form to: Division of Motor Vehicles, ATTN: Driver License Administration, P.O. Box 698, Dover, DE 19903

Florida[edit]

  1. Submit a written request which includes your full name, date of birth or approximate age, social security number, Florida driver license number (if available) and the address where to send the record, along with a check for $2.10 payable to the Division of Driver Licenses to: Bureau of Records, P.O. Box 5775, Tallahassee, Florida 32314-5775

Georgia[edit]

  1. Submit a notarized letter requesting a 3-year MVR, including your full name as it appears on your driver's license, driver's license number, date of birth, complete mailing address, self-addressed, stamped envelope.
  2. Mail letter with a money order or cashier's check (no personal checks) made payable to the Department of Motor Vehicle Safety to: Georgia Department of Driver Services, MVR Unit, Post Office Box 80447, Conyers, Georgia 30013

Hawaii[edit]

  1. Contact the State Traffic Violations Bureau: 1111 Alakea Street, Second Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii ;(808) 538-5500

Idaho[edit]

  1. Follow the online form.

Illinois[edit]

  1. Mail a request along with the $12 fee to the Secretary of State, Driver Analysis Section, 2701 S. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 6272.
  2. Include the full name, date of birth and Illinois driver's license number if possible.

Indiana[edit]

  1. Print and fill out form.
  2. Send with a check for $4 to: Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Driver Records/IGCN, 100 N. Senate Ave., Room N405, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Iowa[edit]

  1. Mail written request with your full name, complete mailing address, driver license number, date of birth, a check for $5.50 (make your check payable to Treasurer, State of Iowa) to: Office of Driver Services, Iowa Dept. of Transportation, 100 Euclid Avenue, P.O. Box 9204, Des Moines, Iowa 50306-9204

Kansas[edit]

  1. Print out and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a $6 check or money order payable to “Division of Vehicles” to: Kansas Department of Revenue, Driver Control, PO Box 12021, Topeka, KS 66612-2021.

Kentucky[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

Louisiana[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

Maine[edit]

  1. Send a written request that includes your full name, date of birth, current address and a $5.00 fee, made payable to the Secretary of State, to: Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Driver License Services Division, 29 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0029. If you want the driving record faxed to you, please include your fax number and an additional $2.00 fee.

Maryland[edit]

  1. Fill out and mail in $9.00 and form.
  2. Mail to: Motor Vehicle Administration, 6601 Ritchie Highway, NE., Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21062

Massachusetts[edit]

  1. Visit the North Adams Office (420 Curran Highway). The fee is $15.00.

Michigan[edit]

  1. Print out the form.
  2. Mail with $7.00 to: Michigan Department of State Record Lookup Unit, 7064 Crowner Drive, Lansing, MI 48918-1502.

Minnesota[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail to: Driver and Vehicle Services, Records Unit, 445 Minnesota St., Suite 161, St. Paul, MN 55101-5161

Mississippi[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

Missouri[edit]

  1. Write to the Department of Revenue, Driver and Vehicle Services Bureau, PO Box 200, Jefferson City, MO 65105-0200. Include the name, date of birth and driver license number of the record you are requesting and $4.00. Make sure you request it sent to either B & G or your SU box.

Montana[edit]

  1. Access your driving record here.
  2. You can pay online and print out your state certified MVD driving record. Yay!

Nebraska[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a $3 check payable to Department of Motor Vehicles to Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, Driver and Vehicle Records Division, 301 Centennial Mall South, PO Box 94789, Lincoln, NE 68509-4789

Nevada[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

New Hampshire[edit]

  1. Print out form.
  2. Mail to: NH Department of Safety, Division of Motor Vehicles, 23 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305

New Jersey[edit]

  1. Call 888.486.3339 (toll free in New Jersey) or 609.292.6500 and request the Driver History Abstract form. Provide your full name, address, date of birth, driver license number (when available), and reason for making the request.
  2. When you get the Driver History Abstract form, mail the application, a copy of your driver license (or other form of acceptable ID) and a check or money order for $10 payable to the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission to: Motor Vehicle Commission Abstract Unit, 225 East State Street, P.O. Box 142 Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0142

New Mexico[edit]

  1. Visit a municipal MVD office.

New York[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

North Carolina[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a check or money order for $8 to: Driver License Records, 3113 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-3113

North Dakota[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Submit with $3 to: Drivers License & Traffic Safety, 608 E Boulevard Ave, Bismarck ND 58505-0700

Ohio[edit]

  1. Print out form.
  2. Mail form and $2.00 to: Bureau of Motor Vehicles (Attn: Abstracts), P.O. Box 16520, Columbus, Ohio 43216-6520

Oklahoma[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a cashiers check or money order for $10 to: Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Attn: Driving Records, P.O. Box 11415, Oklahoma City, OK 73136

Oregon[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a check for $1.50 payable to “Oregon DMV” to: Department of Transportation, Driver and Motor Vehicle Services, 1905 Lana Avenue North-East, Salem, Oregon 97314

Pennsylvania[edit]

  1. Use online form.

Rhode Island[edit]

  1. Mail a request for a driving record and $16.00 to: Division of Motor Vehicles, Operator Control Section, 286 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

South Carolina[edit]

  1. Use the online form.

South Dakota[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with $4 plus 4% state and local city tax to: Driver Licensing, 118 West Capitol Avenue, Pierre, South Dakota 57501-2036

Tennessee[edit]

  1. Write a request letter containing your name, birth date, license number, and return address (As per these instructions).
  2. Mail with a $5 check or money order payable to Tennessee Department of Safety to: Tennessee Department of Safety, 1150 Foster Avenue, Nashville, TN 37210

Texas[edit]

  1. Use the Web site.
  2. Log in with information and complete form.

Utah[edit]

  1. Print out the form.
  2. Get it notarized (the College Vice President’s Office can do this) and mail with $4.25 to: Department of Public Safety, Driver License Division, PO Box 30560, Salt Lake City, Utah 84130-0560

Vermont[edit]

  1. Go to the Bennington office (215 North Street). The fee is $8.00

Virginia[edit]

  1. Use online forms.

Washington[edit]

  1. Print out form.
  2. Mail with $5.00 to: Department of Licensing, Driver Record Section, PO Box 9048, Olympia, Washington 98507-9048

West Virginia[edit]

  1. Print out form.
  2. Mail to with $5.00: 1800 Kanawha Boulevard East, Building 3, Charleston, WV 25317

Wisconsin[edit]

  1. Call (608)261-2566 or print out form.
  2. Mail $5.00 and form to: Wisconsin Department of Transportation, P.O. Box 7995, Madison, WI 53707-7995

Wyoming[edit]

  1. Print and fill out the form.
  2. Mail with a $5 check or money order payable to WYDOT to: Wyoming Department of Transportation Driver Services, Driving Records, 5300 Bishop Boulevard, Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340