Driving history overview (applicant process)

In the following states, you're required to have more than one year of licensed driving history:

  • California (CA): 1+ year
  • Hawaii (HI): 1+ year
  • Illinois (IL): 1+ year
  • Massachusetts (MA): 1+ year
  • Minnesota (MN): 1+ year
  • Oregon (OR): 1+ year
  • Pennsylvania (PA): 1+ year
  • Vermont (VT): 1+ year
  • Washington (WA): 1+ year

If you don't meet this requirement, let us know by tapping 'Contact Support' below and we'll put your application on hold.

Once your license hits the appropriate mark, reach back out to us and we'll review your application.

If you meet this requirement but are still encountering errors, read on for more information.

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Causes of insufficient driving history

  • License was renewed or reissued in the last year
  • You have recently moved to a new state and updated your drivers license
  • Your state does not provide the original issue date of your license

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Example driver's license photo

Example driver license photo

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DMV links & state-specific instructions

If you meet the driving history requirements, but are encountering errors, you’ll need to submit one of the following:

  • A photo of an old driver’s license
  • A copy of your certified driving record

The links below will take you to your state’s DMV website or to the form to get a copy of your certified driving record. Please note any specific instructions for your state. If any of the DMV links won't load, try opening them in a different internet browser.

At this point in the application process, we're looking to prove the duration of your driving history, not the cleanliness of your driving record. After receiving the report, please make sure that it displays an original issue date from the required time period.

Once you have what is needed to prove US driving history, submit by selecting 'Contact Support' at the bottom of this page.

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