Apply for your driver licence history
The MVR keeps records of your driver licence details.
You can apply for a search of your driver licence or address history details.
Before you apply
You can apply for a search of a licence history if you fit one of the following:
- it's your information
- the owner of information gave you written consent and copy of their identity (ID)
- you have legal authority to request the information
- you're from a law enforcement agency.
What licence information you can get
You can access the first licence issue date, class of licence held, expiry date and sanctions recorded.
The MVR does not keep records of traffic and parking infringements, or traffic conviction history. Contact the NT Police for this information.
You can also apply for your recorded address history. Contact the MVR if you need to do a search of other details on your records.
How to apply
You need to fill in one of the following application forms:
- M6 Application for Disclosure of Information - for individual or non-government organisations
- M10 Application for Disclosure of Information - for government agencies
You then have to submit your application form and other documentation to the MVR by any of the below methods.
You can pay the driver licence history search fee by Visa or MasterCard.
You can submit your application at a MVR office.
You will also need to show evidence of identity and residency and authority documents (if required).
You can pay the search fee by cash, EFTPOS, MasterCard, Visa or BasicsCard.
Send your completed application form, evidence of identity and residency and authority documents (if required) to:
Motor Vehicle Registry
GPO Box 530
Darwin NT 0801
You can pay the search fee by cheque or money order.
Last updated: 10 October 2016