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Check your driving history

There are several ways you can check your driving history.  If you just want to see how many demerit points you currently have you can check online through an EzyReg account, phone 13 10 84 or visit a Service SA customer service centre.

The EzyReg account also displays any recent offences you may have.

If you need something more official, there are two reports that show your driving history and traffic infringements:

  • driver licence history report for the last 10 years
  • a certified licence extract that, if required, can be used for legal purposes.

You can get your driving history for the last 10 years online through an EzyReg account, and a certified extract is available from a Service SA customer service centre or via mail.

Getting a 10 year driving history report online

This report costs $17 and is generated automatically. It's not suitable for use in legal proceedings. It contains details of your current licence status, demerit points and offences and any licence enforcements in the last 10 years - eg disqualifications or suspensions.

Example of a Driving Licence History 48.8 KB 

1. Log in to EzyReg account

You need an EzyReg account to purchase and print an uncertified copy of your driving history.

Create an account
Log in to EzyReg

2. Choose 'Order driver licence report'

The fee for the online driving history report is $17 and is payable by Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card.

The report will remain in your account and can be viewed at any time. 

Order a certified extract of driving history

A certified extract of your driving history is suitable for legal purposes or if you need more than 10 years' history.

Example of a certified extract 309.5 KB

1. Application form

Complete the form - Application for driver’s licence information 88.3 KB

Your application must be signed and include details of how you want the report delivered.  You can have the report delivered by one of the following email, fax or post.

Please allow up to three weeks for postage to an overseas address.

2. Fee

The fee of $22.00 can be paid by:

  • cheque or money order payable to Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  • Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card.

Order a Driver’s Licence Confirmation

A driver’s licence confirmation covers details of your South Australian driver’s licence (issue date, classes, expiry date). This is mainly required when converting a South Australian licence to an overseas authority.

Example of a confirmation form 431.9 KB.

1. Application form

Complete the Application form 88.3 KB.

Your application must be signed and include details of how you want the confirmation delivered by one of the following - email, fax or post.

Please allow up to three weeks for postage to an overseas address.

2. Fee

The fee of $22.00 can be paid by:

  • cheque or money order payable to Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  • Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card.

Lodgement

Completed forms can be taken to a Service SA Customer Service Centre or posted to the address below.

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
GPO Box 1533
Adelaide 5001

Contact

Phone 13 10 84 for more information.

Checking demerit points

Demerit points are incurred for most motoring offences in South Australia and interstate. If you accumulate 12 or more demerit points in a three year period, you will lose your driver's licence. 

On a learner's permit or provisional licence you will lose your licence if you accrue four or more demerit points.

Offences that incur demerit points remain on your licence record for three years from the date of the offence.

Ways to check 

Online

You can log into your EzyReg account or Create an EzyReg account

By phone or in person

Phone Service SA 13 10 84 or visit a Service SA customer service centre.


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Page last updated: 30 March 2016