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Request and review a copy of your driver records

Are you a TNC (transportation network company) driver or driver applicant determined to be unsuitable based on your driving record? This page contains instructions for requesting and reviewing your driving records.

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Please note: the instructions on this page only apply to drivers who have applied to drive for a TNC in Massachusetts.

For other drivers looking for a copy of their Massachusetts driver records, the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) maintains a "how to" page with helpful instructions.

How to request Request and review a copy of your driver records

To access your CORI and/or Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) Records, please follow these instructions:

  • First, there is a link (Access My CORI and/or RMV Records) in your original denial email that will prompt you to a secure screen where you must enter:
    1. Your email address
    2. Your date of birth
    3. The last four digits of your social security number
    4. A security code
  • After you submit these 4 pieces of information, you will receive a email with a security code needed to download your CORI and/or RMV Records.

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Review your driving records

First, review your driving records.

Be sure to address any outstanding obligations that may disqualify you from driving for a TNC.

Do any of the following situations apply to you?

1. You have a warrant for failure to appear in court.

  • Visit the court that issued the warrant immediately. Anyone with an open warrant CANNOT drive for a TNC.
  • Ask the court to communicate to the RMV that you have addressed your warrant. The RMV may require you to bring back the court paperwork to show that you addressed your warrant, particularly if the court cannot send an electronic record.
  • Be sure to ask the court about your next steps.

2. Your license is currently inactive because you have outstanding excise taxes or parking tickets.

3. Your license is currently inactive because you owe money to E-ZPass or Pay-By-Plate.

4. You have an outstanding citation (ticket) payment.

  • Visit an RMV location and pay your outstanding ticket. If you have a license suspension for payment default, you will owe an additional $100 license reinstatement fee.

The TNC Division CANNOT have an item removed from your driving record.

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