Most states share information, including driving data, allowing them to keep tabs on motorists across state lines. It helps identify people with bad driving habits so they can be penalized accordingly and also prevents motorists from avoiding consequences in other states.

The exchange of records also ensures that a driver committing a traffic offense in one state cannot move to another without consequences. Revealing the records and traffic tickets increases road safety and keeps motorists accountable for their mistakes.

some states do not share driving records

Some states freely share driving records while others are not willing to share.