Frequently Asked Questions
After an Accident
- I was involved in an accident. What must I furnish to the department?
- How do I show financial responsibility after an accident?
Driver License and ID Cards for Adults
- I have changed my name, what do I need to bring with me?
- I have lost my Arkansas driver's license/identification card. What do I need to get a replacement?
- What do I have to do to renew my driver's license?
- Where can I obtain a driver's license or identification card?
- What documentation does Arkansas accept as proof-of-identity for the issuance of a driver's license or identification card?
- What is the cost for a driver's license, a renewal, a duplicate, etc.?
- How do I report a change of address for my driver's license?
- I am moving to Arkansas from another state. How can I exchange my out-of-state license for an Arkansas license?
- I am over the age of 18 and have never had a driver's license. What do I do?
- What type of license do I need to drive?
- What are the minimum requirements for passing the vision exam?
- How do I get a license verification letter or a clearance letter from Arkansas?
Driver License and ID Cards for Minors
- I am 14-18 years old and want to get my license for the first time. What do I do?
- During periods when school is out, where can a person get a letter of enrollment and proof of grade point average?
- I home school my children. Where can I get the letters needed in order for them to get a driver's license?
- What is the graduated license program for young drivers?
- How do I obtain a hardship (Age Waiver) for my 14-16 year old?
Insurance Verification and Testing
- Why was my vehicle indicated as being uninsured when I renewed my automobile registration even though I have an insurance policy?
- I am currently in the military; or going to school out of state; or working out of state and have lost my license or need to renew. How do I do it?
Commercial Driver License
License Problems | DUI, DWI, Court Orders, Violations
- What can happen to my driving privilege if I get a DWI?
- My driving privilege is showing suspended in another state. How can I get that suspension taken care of?
- How many points do I have to have on my driving record before my license is suspended?
- Can I get information on another person's license?
- Where can I see/talk to a Hearing Officer about my driving record?
- How may I obtain an Arkansas driving record?
After an Accident
Safety Responsibility SR-1 accident report must be submitted within thirty (30) days when damage to the property of any one person is in excess of $1,000.00 or results in the injury or death of any person regardless of who is at fault. Contact Safety Responsibility at 501-682-7098.
To show financial responsibility for your vehicle after an accident you will be required to furnish:
- Proof of Insurance: A driver shall provide proof of liability insurance of $25,000, $50,000 and $25,000 limits that are equal or greater than the State of Arkansas requirements. A Transportation Network Company driver, a Transportation Network Company on the driver’s behalf, or a combination of the two shall provide primary automobile insurance if the TNC driver is logged onto the TNC digital network and either not engaged or engaged in a prearranged ride. If not engaged in a prearranged ride, the liability insurance requirement is $50,000 for death and bodily injury per person, $100,000 for death and bodily injury per incident, and $25,000 for property damage. If engaged in a prearranged ride, the liability insurance requirement is at least $1,000,000 for death, bodily injury, and property damage
- A deposit of security as tabulated by this Department
- A written release of liability signed by the other party in the accident
- A final civil adjudication of non-liability from a court of competent jurisdiction. Trial in traffic court is not an adjudication of non-liability
- A covenant not to sue. Must be in writing and signed by the adverse party and notarized
- A written agreement which has been accepted by the appropriate parties to the payment of damages in installments
- Proof that the adverse party or his liability insurance carrier have reimbursed you for your property damage
- A written request to this Department for a hearing to determine if there is a reasonable possibility that a judgment may be rendered against you as a result of the accident must be received within twenty (20) days of receipt of the notice of security requirement or suspension. If the hearing indicates such judgment does not seem likely, then the Department may not require the security deposit
- A copy of the bankruptcy petition with a list of creditors naming all parties
Even if you are not ticketed in the accident you must provide Safety Responsibility with an SR-1. Although a ticket may not be issued, the possibility of a judgment being entered against you can still exist, requiring that you show financial responsibility.
If You Have Changed Your Name
The cost of a duplicate license with a name change is $10.00. You will need to bring your current driver's license along with either a marriage license, divorce decree, specifically stating you may change your name, or court order for a name change. If you are over 18, the Arkansas State Police requires proof of age and identification before any portion of the exam is given.
Any person applying for a driver's license is required to show proof of legal presence and ONE Primary Document and ONE Secondary Document or TWO Primary Documents from the list. A primary document must contain the full name and date of birth and must be verifiable, i.e., you must be able to contact the issuing agency to determine authenticity of the document.
Replacements for Driver's License or ID Cards
To obtain a duplicate driver's license or identification card, you may go to any State Revenue Office and present one (1) Primary Document or two (2) Secondary Documents from the approved list. There is a $10.00 fee for replacement of a driver's license/$5.00 for identification card.
Click here to access the approved list of primary and secondary documents.
Click here to find your local Revenue Office.
Driver's License Renewal
If you are in the State of Arkansas you may go to any Revenue Office within Arkansas. If you are temporarily outside the State of Arkansas, you will need to call Driver’s License Issuance 501-682-7059 to see if you qualify for a By Mail renewal.
Driver License and ID Cards for Adults
Arkansas driver's licenses or ID Cards can be obtained from your local revenue office.
Click here to find your local Revenue Office.
All applicants for an Arkansas driver’s license or identification card must provide a verifiable Social Security Number (SSN) when making application. Applicants who are not eligible for a SSN must sign an affidavit stating they do not have a SSN. The name you request for the driver’s license or ID card must match your name with the Social Security Administration.
All new applicants for an Arkansas Driver's license or Identification card are required to provide proof of legal presence in the United States as well as proof of identity. One (1) Primary Document and one (1) Secondary Document or two (2) Primary Documents are required.
- U.S. Passport/U.S. Passport Card (MUST BE VALID/NON-EXPIRED)
- U.S. Birth Certificate of Birth/Birth Abroad (US only) (No Birth Cards Accepted) Must be original or certified copy, have a raised seal and be issued by the Bureau of Vital Statistics or State Board of Health
- Photo Document from DHS -(Department of Homeland Security, US Citizenship and Immigration Services) (No Border Crossing Cards)- Must Verify through Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (S.A.V.E)
- U.S. Visa with Valid Foreign Passport- appropriate INS document is also required-Must verify through S.A.V.E
- Employment Authorization Card -Must verify through S.A.V.E
- Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Documents, as follows:
Certificate of Naturalization (N-550, N-570, or N-578)
Certificate of Citizenship (N-560, N-561, or N-645)
Resident Alien Card/Permanent Resident Card (I-151, I-551, AR-3, AR-3A, or AR-103)
If your name is different from what is on the Birth Certificate, you will need to bring a document which changes name, Marriage License, Divorce Decree, specifically stating that you may change your name, or a court order for name change. (Name change affidavits may be accepted for missing link documents.)
- Two (2) secondary documents, or
- One (1) primary document
Secondary Documents (Proof of Identity)
- Out of State Driver’s License (If NCL are expired more than 31 days must see Arkansas State Police for testing, CDL up to 1 year)
- Out of State ID (If ID is expired more than 31 days, must bring in One (1) Primary Document and one (1) Secondary Document or two (2) Primary Documents
Photo Work/School ID
- Concealed Handgun License
- Pilot's License
- Vehicle Registration/Title
- Certified School Record/Transcript/ Home School Notice of Intent Form
- Prison Release Document/Sentencing Order
- Bureau of Indian Affairs Card/Indian Treaty Card (Tribal ID Card is NOT acceptable)
Military ID/ Military Dependent w /photo
- Court Order (must be sealed)
- Armed Forces Discharge Papers (DD214)
- Health Insurance Card (Issued by Insurance Company) Medicare/Medicaid & AR Kids up to age 19
- Tax Document received from IRS
- Marriage Certificate/License
- Parent Affidavit (Parent/guardian must appear in person, prove his/her identity regarding the child's identity)
All first-time driver's license applicants OR out-of-state transfers who have lost their license or whose license is expired over 31 days are required to test with the Arkansas State Police prior to applying for an Arkansas driver's license:
- Pass Vision Exam
For applicants under 18 years of age:
- Proof of School Enrollment
- Proof of Grade Point Average of at least 2.0
- Parent or Legal Guardian to the Testing Site
If you are requesting a "Valid Without Photo" driver's license, that may only be obtained from the Driver's License Issuance office in Little Rock, Ragland Building, Room 2120. For additional information call 501-682-7059.
Clearance Letter from Arkansas/Record of License Status please click on link below:
If you need a Clearance Letter or a Record of License Status it provides the following: Your Driver’s License/ Identification number, your expiration date and the date of issue from the initial date of issue of your Arkansas DL/ID.
Ark. Code Ann. 27-16-704 requires applicants for a non-commercial driver’s license to have a minimal uncorrected visual acuity of 20/40 for an unrestricted license, and a minimal corrected visual acuity of 20/70 for a restricted license. In addition, the applicant’s field of vision must be at least 140° with two functional eyes, or at least 105° with one functional eye.
Act 696 of 2015 changes the visual acuity required to be verified by the eye doctor from the 20/50 correctable vision requiring the restricted license to a less stringent standard of 20/70. There is no change in the field of vision standard.
Federal Commercial Driver License rules have a visual acuity requirement of at least 20/40 in both eyes for an unrestricted lens or visual acuity separately corrected to 20/40 or better with corrective lenses. Commercial drivers will not be allowed the less stringent standard.
49 CFR 391.41 (10) requires CDL applicants to have a distant visual acuity of at least 20/40 (Snellen) in each eye without corrective lenses or visual acuity separately corrected to 20/40 (Snellen) or better with corrective lenses, distant binocular acuity of at least 20/40 (Snellen) in both eyes with or without corrective lenses, field of vision of at least 70 degrees in the horizontal Meridian in each eye, and the ability to recognize the colors of traffic signals and devices showing standard red, green and amber.
Problems with Insurance Verification
The "not insured" status is indicated only if the insurance carrier has not reported your insurance policy or has sent a cancellation of that vehicle policy. There may also be an error in the information provided, which must be corrected before reporting. Contact your insurance carrier for clarification.
Types of Licenses
Any combination of vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 26,001 pounds or more, provided that the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the vehicles being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds. Minimum age of 18.
Any single vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 26,001 pounds or more and any vehicle towing a vehicle not in excess of 10,000 pounds. Minimum age of 18.
Any single vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of less than 26,001 or any such vehicles towing a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, not in excess of 10,000 pounds comprising: (1) vehicles designed to transport 16 passengers or more, including driver; (2) vehicles used in the transport of hazardous materials which are placarded. Minimum age of 18.
Any vehicle which is not a commercial vehicle, as described above. Minimum age 14 restricted/16 unrestricted.
Any motorcycle with displaces more than 250 cc's. Minimum age 16.
Any motor driven cycle, excluding motorized bicycles, which displaces 250 cc's or less. Minimum age 14. Expires on 16th birthday.
Military or Out-of-State Renewals and Replacements
If you are currently in the military, are going to school out of state, or areworking out of state and have lost your license or need to renew, you may need to renew or obtain a replacement license via mail. Driver's License Issuance will take your request for the license over the phone. Upon receiving your application with instructions detailing your fee and any necessary documents, the license will be processed.
Call (501) 682-7059 or write:
Driver's License Issuance
P.O. Box 1272
Little Rock, AR 72203
Driver's License or Identification Card Fees
|Type of License||Fee|
|Class D license (original or renewal)||$40.00|
|Commercial drivers license (original or renewal)||$42.00|
|Duplicate drivers license||$10.00|
|Commercial drivers license test fee||$50.00|
|Noncommercial drivers license test||ACT 1289 of 2015: This law allows the Arkansas State Police to charge $5 for each written driver’s license examination given.|
|State Identification Card||$5.00|
All first-time Arkansas licenses are issued for 8 years, to expire on date of birth. This applicable fee is prorated for the first license to birth date. A noncommercial driver's license is $2.00 plus $.37 per month for the proration. A commercial driver's license is $2.00 plus $.83 per month for the proration. If a licensee is transferring from another state with a valid license, there is a $5.00 transfer fee in addition to the first-time license cost.
Licenses - 14 to 18 Years Old
If under 18, you will need to take a birth certificate, proof of enrollment in school, proof of grade point average of at least 2.0 and a parent or legal guardian to the testing site. If you are under 18 but have graduated from high school, you will need to show proof of your graduation (diploma) at the testing site. (For additional requirements and locations of testing sites, contact the Arkansas State Police at 501-618-8251.)
All persons 14 to 18 years of age must hold an A restriction (adult in car) for a minimum of 6 months before driving unrestricted. The six month time period begins on the date the person passes the written exam (the date the learner's permit is issued by the state police examiner).
Any person applying for a driver's license is required to show proof of legal presence and submit ONE Primary Document and ONE Secondary Document or TWO Primary Documents from the list. A primary document must contain the full name and date of birth and must be verifiable, i.e., you must be able to contact the issuing agency to determine authenticity of the document.
When School is Closed:
Contact your school, your school district office or the state Education Department.
For Home Schooled Children:
Contact the Department of Education at 501-682-1874.
Licenses - Over 18 Years Old
If you are over 18, the Arkansas State Police requires proof-of-age and identification before any portion of the exam is given.
Any person applying for a driver's license is required to show proof of legal presence and to submit ONE Primary Document and ONE Secondary Document or TWO Primary Documents from the list. A primary document must contain the full name and date of birth and must be verifiable, i.e., you must be able to contact the issuing agency to determine authenticity of the document.
Any person between the ages of 14 and 18 who has not been issued an Arkansas Driver's License will be issued a drivers license under the Arkansas Graduated Licensing Law (Act 1694 of 2001). The law mandates a progressive driver's licensing program for young drivers. Drivers are required to adhere to the restrictions at each level before they can move on to the next level. For more information call 501-682-7059.
The three levels of licensing are learners (must be at least 14 years of age), intermediate (must be at least 16 years of age) and regular licenses (must be at least 18 years of age).
The learner's license is the beginning drivers' license issued to a person at least 14 years of age, and expires on the licensee's 16th birth date. Applicants may qualify for a learner's license by passing the written and road tests given by the Arkansas State Police, passing the vision exam and having no serious accidents or traffic convictions in the most recent six months.
(Serious accidents and traffic convictions are defined below.)
Restrictions on a learner's license are:
- All passengers must have seat belts attached at all times
- Shall not use a cellular telephone or other interactive wireless communication device while driving, except for emergency purposes
- The driver must be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years of age or older
- Upon the expiration of a learner's license (the person's 16th birthday), the person may apply for an intermediate driver's license
The intermediate license is issued to persons ages 16 to 18, and expires on the person's 18th birthday. Applicants who have a learner's license may move up to the intermediate license only if they have no serious accidents or serious traffic convictions within the most recent six months.
Passengers in a vehicle driven by a person with an intermediate license must have seat belts attached at all times. If the applicant for an intermediate license has an accident or serious traffic conviction within the most recent six months, he/she must retain the learner's license until such time that their record is clear of such accidents or traffic convictions for a six-month period. In this case, the re-issued learner's license will have an expiration date equal to the end of six months from the conviction or accident date. If, on that expiration date, no further accidents or serious violations have occurred, an intermediate license will be issued.
Any person under age 18 requires adult presence in the car for a minimum of six months. Therefore, if a person obtains his/her first license at age 17, (intermediate license) the license must have the adult restriction for a six-month period or until age 18. If the licensee has satisfied the six-month adult restriction, the intermediate license allows the licensee to drive alone. A driver with an intermediate driver's license shall not use a cellular telephone or other interactive wireless communication device while driving, except for emergency purposes.
Applicants for an intermediate driver's license issued on or after July 31, 2009 are required to sign an acknowledgement that they understand these restrictions:
- Prohibited from operating a motor vehicle with more than one unrelated minor passenger, unless accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years of age or older
- Prohibited from operating a motor vehicle between the hours of 11:00 pm and 4:00 am unless the licensee is: accompanied by a person 21 years of age or older, driving to or from a school activity, church-related activity, or job, or driving because of an emergency
A regular license is issued to a person at age 18 when the intermediate license expires. Applicants for a regular license must have a record without any serious accidents or serious traffic convictions within the most recent 12 months. If the applicant has such accident or conviction within the most recent 12 months, he/she must retain the Intermediate license until such time that the record is free of these accidents/convictions for a period of 12 months.
The age restrictions in this program do not apply to a person 16 years of age or older if such person is (A) married, (B) possesses a high school diploma, (C) has successfully completed a General Education Development test, or (D) is enlisted in the United States Military.
Age Waiver (Hardship License)
Please contact your local Driver Control Office for an application for an Age Waiver. Applications will only be given to a parent or guardian. Applications will not be given to a minor.
Age waivers, (hardships), are issued for minors between the ages of 14-16 for the specific purposes of getting to and from school or school activities, to and from work, or for medical reasons. Prior to application, the minor must be licensed and must have 6 months' experience beginning at the time the instruction permit was issued. An application must be completed and can be obtained from your local Driver Control office. Along with the completed application, this department must receive a letter from the parent/guardian explaining the hardship and specifying when and where the minor needs to drive without an adult. If the age waiver is requested for school or school activities, a letter from the school, on school letterhead, is required. The letter should verify that bus service is not provided or that the child is involved in extracurricular activities for which transportation is not provided. If the age waiver is needed for medical reasons, a letter from a physician explaining the illness or verifying the need for regularly scheduled appointments is required. If the age waiver is for work, a letter from the employer verifying employment is required. A letter from an adult outside the family who knows of the hardship and will state that the minor is mature enough to accept the responsibility of driving without an adult, is also required.
For additional information, contact your local Driver Control office, or Little Rock Driver Control at 501-682-1631.
Drivers who are at least 18 years of age, but less than 21 years of age may only use hands-free wireless telephones while operating a motor vehicle.
Serious Accidents and Traffic Convictions
A serious accident means a reportable accident in which the driver is found at fault and the accident is placed on the driver's record by the Office of Driver Services.
A serious traffic conviction means any conviction where the driver's privilege to operate a motor vehicle has, by court order or by administrative action, been withdrawn OR any violation in which a driver has been found guilty of:
- Any alcohol related moving traffic violation
- Any seat belt violation
- Any Commercial motor vehicle violation
- Driving fifteen (15) or more miles per hour over the speed limit
- Reckless driving
- Negligent homicide
- Using a vehicle to commit a felony
- Failure to carry liability insurance
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Evading arrest
- Fleeing by use of an automobile
- Unsafe driving
- Hazardous driving
- Prohibited passing
- Passing stopped school bus
- Careless or negligent driving
- Failure to obey a traffic signal or device
- Failure to obey a railroad-crossing barrier
- Racing on the highway
- Driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license
- Driving the wrong way down a one way street
Selective Service Registration Requirement
Act 78 of 2001 requires that any United States male citizen or immigrant who is at least 18 years of age, but less than 26 years of age, shall be registered for the United States Selective Service when applying for a regular drivers license, a commercial drivers license or an Identification Card. This registration is in compliance with section 3 of the Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. et seq.
Replacement Driver's License or Identification Card
To obtain a duplicate driver's license or identification card, visit any State Revenue Office and present one (1) Primary Document or two (2) Secondary Documents from the approved list. There is a $10.00 fee for replacement of a driver's license/$5.00 for identification card.
Click here to access the approved list of primary and secondary documents.
Click here to find your local Revenue Office.
Out-of-State Renewal or Replacement License
Arkansas residents that temporarily reside out-of-state and that need to renew or replace their driver's license should contact Driver's License Issuance at 501-682-7059.
Transferring Driver's License from Another State
The requirements for obtaining an Arkansas drivers license will depend on the type of license you are bringing with you from the other state. At any local revenue office, an out-of-state license (not expired over 31 days, suspended, or revoked) may be surrendered in exchange for an Arkansas drivers license. If the out-of-state license is expired over 31 days or you do not have the license to surrender, you will be required to take the written and vision examination. However, you will not be required to take the road examination. If the out-of-state license is expired over one year, you will be required to take the written, vision, and road examination.
Also, Arkansas law requires persons obtaining a license for the first time or moving to Arkansas to show proof of legal presence in the United States. Acceptable documents are: a U.S. birth certificate, Naturalization certificate, a U.S. passport / U.S. passport card or Visa, an Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) photo document. (Border Crosser documents are not acceptable.) You must also show two forms of identification. Please see list above for acceptable documentation.
If name is different from what is on the Birth Certificate, applicant will bring document which changes name, Marriage License, or Divorce decree, specifically stating that you may change your name, or court order for name change.
All applicants for an Arkansas driver’s license or identification card must provide a verifiable Social Security Number (SSN) when making application. Applicants who are not eligible for a SSN must sign an affidavit stating they do not have a SSN. The name requested for the driver’s license or ID card must match the name registered with the Social Security Administration.
Change of Address
You may report a change-of-address on Class D licenses in person at any revenue office or by clicking on the link below:
You are not required by law to obtain a new Noncommercial Class D license upon an address change. However, if you do want to change the address on your driver’s license or ID card, you may purchase a duplicate card with the new address. The word "duplicate" will be included on this new card.
It will be necessary to visit the local Revenue Office to purchase a duplicate license with the new address.
Driving Privileges after DWI/DUI
Upon arrest, a law enforcement officer will give the person an Official Driver’s License Receipt and Notice of Suspension/Revocation of Driving Privilege. The law enforcement officer will take the driver’s license. The Notice will also allow the person to drive for the next thirty days (if they have a valid license). The Notice will inform the person that they have seven days to request an administrative hearing to determine if they were driving while intoxicated, or registered a .08% BAC, or refused the BAC test. The Notice also gives instructions to the licensee to contact Driver Control, or request a hearing to determine their eligibility for an interlock restricted license, or a restricted permit. If, at the hearing, the person is found guilty of driving while intoxicated, or registered a BAC .08%, or refused the BAC test, the driver’s license will be suspended for 6 months for 1st offense DWI, and/or 180 days for 1st offense Refuse Test. Suspension for 2 years for a 2nd offense within 5 years, suspension for 30 months for 3rd offense within 5 years, and revoked for 4 years for 4th offense DWI within 5 years. Licenses are permanently revoked for the fourth offense Refuse Test within 5 years. Prior to reinstatement, a person must have completed an approved drug and alcohol education or treatment program, and must attend a Victim Impact Panel for each DWI/Refusal offense on the person’s record. A reinstatement fee of $150.00 per offenseis also required. A person will be required to have an interlock device installed in their vehicle for a period of time equal to the driver license suspension time for any alcohol related DWI offense.
Suspended Driving Privileges in Another State
Contact the state where the license is suspended and ask them what is needed to resolve the situation.
Arkansas Suspended License
Arkansas' Administrative Point System is used to identify problem drivers. A point range of 3 – 14 points is assessed to all moving violations, depending on the severity of the violation. A speeding ticket for speed less than 15mph over the limit is assessed 3 points, but a reckless driving violation is assessed 8 points. When a ticket is added to a driver’s record that puts the driver at the threshold of 10-13 points, a warning letter is generated and mailed to the driver so that the driver knows that he/she could suffer driver license sanctions if additional violations continue to accumulate on the record. 14 or more points, a notice is sent to the licensee, advising them of a proposed suspension action, and advising them that they may have a hearing to discuss the proposed action. Persons with 14 to 17 points may be suspended for three months; those with 18 to 23 points may be suspended for six months; and those with 24 or more points may be suspended for one year. A hearing is automatically scheduled, and licenses are subject to the Hearing officer's discretion, which ranges from no action, probation, restriction or suspension. If the licensee fails to attend the hearing, the license is automatically suspended.
Information About Another Person's License History
No information can be released to anyone apart from the licensee, a person with written permission from a licensee, or a traffic court, law enforcement, or a governmental agency with a business need for such information.
Driver Record Hearing Officers
Hearing Officers are available to discuss driving record information at the following cities. Call to arrange an appointment.
Personal Driving Record
Arkansas driving records are governed by Arkansas code section 27-50-901 et. Seq. The statutes are more restricted in the release of information than the Federal Privacy Protection Act. Driving records have been and continue to be confidential. They can only be released under certain exceptions, including a release is given by others. The Driving Record Release Form must be signed and dated and must include your name, driver's license number, date of birth and the name of the person whom the information is to be released to. This release will remain in effect for 5 years, unless a written withdrawal is filed.
Copies of driving records may be obtained by:
- Ordering online
- Picking up a record at any Arkansas Revenue Office
- Picking up a record at the Little Rock Driving Records Office located at Room 1130, Charles D. Ragland Building, 1900 West 7th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
- Requesting by mail by including payment, to: Driving Records, Room 1130, Post Office Box 1272, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203
Charges for obtaining driver’s license record information are as follows:
- Online payment of $10.00 for an insurance record, which covers a three (3) year period or $13.00 for an employment or commercial driver record, which may contain information for longer than the three year period
- Records picked up or mailed will be $7.00 for the insurance record or $10.00 for the employment or commercial driver’s record