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1 READING A DRIVING RECORD

2 Types of Records Certified Not Certified

3 Personal Information

4 Name, Date of Birth, Social Security Number Address, License Class Date of Last Issuance, Date of Expiration Restrictions, Endorsements, DL number

5 Entry Order Identification Cards Correspondence Driver Schools Crashes

6 Entry Order Convictions Revocations Disqualifications Suspensions Financial Responsibility Cases

7 Date of crash, offense, or effective date of sanction

8 Date of conviction

9 Reinstatement Date

10 County or State

11 City

12 Type of Court Ex (County)

13 Type of Action (crash, conviction, suspension, revocation, or cancellation)

14 Description of action (example: conviction reason - Unlawful Speed)

15 Representation C- Represented by counsel W - Counsel waived

16 Citation Codes C - indicates citation issued

17 Crash Codes A - indicates Crash

18 Dispositions 1 - guilty 2 - estreature 3 - forfeiture 4 - adjudicated delinquent 5 - adjudication withheld The above numbers are listed under “DP” (disposition code) on the driver record. These deal with oos citations

19 Disposition Codes 1- Guilty 5 - Adjudication Withheld

20 Action Codes D - Department Action C - Court Action

21 Ticket Number or Court Docket

22 TicketNumbers Ticket Numbers Pay close attention to ticket numbers. They help link administrative suspensions and DUI convictions.

23 Ticket Numbers are the same

24 Driver License Compact.Citations with a ticket number of “0000” were transferred to the Florida record from another state in accordance with the Driver License Compact.

25 Duplicates & Replacements The record shows all duplicate and replacement licenses issued to the customer.

26 012804K02 - Means the duplicate was issued on January 28, K02

27 Reading Batch Numbers Basically all batch numbers contain the same information: The year the entry was added to the record, the Julian date, and the coder ID number. For example: “ ” means that the entry was added in 1993 on the 242nd day of the year by coder 126.

28 More on Batch Numbers Not all batch numbers look the same, but they break down basically the same way. –For example: “4096LA” means the entry was added in 1994 on the 96th day of the year by coder LA. –“99160B50” means the entry was added in 1999 on the 160th day of the year by office B50.

29 “ Shelf Life” of Entries Retention Schedule Citations 10 years Citations (adj. w/held COC)Indefinite Citations (adj. w/held Judge)10 years Suspensions & Revocations7 to 11 yrs Alcohol Related entries75 years Serious CDL violations55 years Cleared D6 Suspensions 3 years

30 Hardship Reinstatement Authorization The hearing officer will advise the customer to inform the DL Examiner that the authorization has been added to their record. Examiner will check the correspondence section of the driving record for this information.

31 Questions?

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