How do I check a driving record in Hawaii?

I’m from Hawaii, and while I don’t live there anymore, most of my family does. My cousin wants to look at his driving history and asked for my help, but I’m unsure what the process is. Can you explain how to check a driving record in Hawaii?

Maxine Boyko · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It’s so nice that you’re trying to help your cousin from afar! Checking on a driving record in
can be accomplished by mailing a request form or visiting a District Court.
In Hawaii, you cannot check your driving record online. To receive a copy, you’ll need to provide your name, birthdate, and license number or Social Security number. You can purchase a copy of your driving record for $9 in Hawaii.
If you’d like a traffic abstract, which is typically used for insurance and employment purposes, you can request one by mail with the person’s full name, birth date, driver’s license number, and a $20 fee.
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