How can I correct a mistake on my MVR report or driving record?

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If you notice an error on your driving record (also known as an MVR Report) you need to take immediate action. Call your local DMV office. An agent will direct you to the proper department and work on rectifying the error, if, of course, your statement is proven true.

This is not an uncommon problem, so DMV officials are very sensitive to the gravity of the mistake. They fully comprehend that an erroneous DUI conviction, for example, on a driving history report can carry major consequences, causing your insurance premiums to skyrocket and possibly preventing you from getting a job.  

Speeding tickets are the most commonly reported mistakes. Usually the problem stems from a driver enrolling in a traffic school to get a ticket dismissed and then not receiving credit for it. So keep this in mind if you find yourself in this situation.

If the DMV refutes your error claim, you may then want to hire an attorney.


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