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quirion
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Anyone ever get a copy of their USVI driving record from DMV to bring to the states?

We spent 2 hours today at DMV supposedly getting one but what they gave us was a "Verification" of drivers license. They claimed "it's the same thing". No info about anything other than the drivers license on the form. In fact all they did was fill in a form with a typewriter that we filled out by hand with information from our drivers license.

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Topic starter Posted : May 1, 2018 1:35 pm
ironheadUSVI
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Anyone ever get a copy of their USVI driving record from DMV to bring to the states?

We spent 2 hours today at DMV supposedly getting one but what they gave us was a "Verification" of drivers license. They claimed "it's the same thing". No info about anything other than the drivers license on the form. In fact all they did was fill in a form with a typewriter that we filled out by hand with information from our drivers license.

I did it by mail, and mine specifically stated " No traffic violations found"

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Posted : May 1, 2018 4:59 pm
quirion
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Any details on how you did it by mail? Call somewhere?
Cause we just spent 57 bucks on something we didn't need.

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Topic starter Posted : May 1, 2018 6:39 pm
vicanuck
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Just make one yourself. Who would know?

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Posted : May 1, 2018 7:24 pm
Alana33
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Where are you moving to, quirion?
I haven't gotten a FL license yet and wonder if I'll need the same thing?

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Posted : May 1, 2018 11:03 pm
quirion
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Michigan. I don't believe either require it but insurance might. I was being careful.

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Topic starter Posted : May 1, 2018 11:51 pm
Alana33
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When I insured my car in FL, they contacted the agency I insure my truck here on STT to get my driving record from them.

Good luck with your relocation.
Get those long johns ready!

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Posted : May 2, 2018 9:49 am
ironheadUSVI
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Where are you moving to, quirion?
I haven't gotten a FL license yet and wonder if I'll need the same thing?

I needed it not for my FL license but for my insurance (Geico).

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Posted : May 2, 2018 9:52 am
quirion
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Where are you moving to, quirion?
I haven't gotten a FL license yet and wonder if I'll need the same thing?

I needed it not for my FL license but for my insurance (Geico).

How did you get it by mail? I'd like to start that process if I can

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Topic starter Posted : May 2, 2018 10:04 am
Gator's Mom
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Have you contacted the DMV in Michigan to inquire about its requirements?

Also, you can call the most likely insurance agent in Michigan and ask the same.

Most likely, you can find the information online - yes, indeed, big America.

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Posted : May 2, 2018 10:34 am
ironheadUSVI
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Where are you moving to, quirion?
I haven't gotten a FL license yet and wonder if I'll need the same thing?

I needed it not for my FL license but for my insurance (Geico).

How did you get it by mail? I'd like to start that process if I can

There is a VIPD form. TRAFFIC RECORDS CHECK. I mailed it in with copy of my VI license, social security card and a money order for $7.00, with a cover letter telling them why I was requesting one and where to send it. Got it in a couple of weeks .

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Posted : May 4, 2018 10:05 am
ironheadUSVI
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Aha! Found the original mail from GEICO:

· Send a self-addressed stamped envelope with a check or money order in the amount of $7.00 payable to the U.S. Virgin Island's government.

· Include a photocopy of the U.S. Virgin Island driver's license and social security card.

Virgin Islands Police Department, Records Bureau
Alexander Farrelly
Justice Complex
St. Thomas, VI 00802

Phone Numbers: 1-340-774-2211 or 1-340-715-5523

The policyholder may be given the phone number to the U.S. Virgin Islands DMV: 340-778-2211

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Posted : May 4, 2018 10:10 am
quirion
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Aha! Found the original mail from GEICO:

· Send a self-addressed stamped envelope with a check or money order in the amount of $7.00 payable to the U.S. Virgin Island's government.

· Include a photocopy of the U.S. Virgin Island driver's license and social security card.

Virgin Islands Police Department, Records Bureau
Alexander Farrelly
Justice Complex
St. Thomas, VI 00802

Phone Numbers: 1-340-774-2211 or 1-340-715-5523

The policyholder may be given the phone number to the U.S. Virgin Islands DMV: 340-778-2211

Thanks. Oddly I called a number from a pervious thread and got the Fsted police station. They said just mail in a letter with info and copies of license and they would send it out.
Now I am thinking Ill add the check and envelope too 🙂

Thanks

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Topic starter Posted : May 4, 2018 7:16 pm
Alana33
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Return receipt request it.

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Posted : May 4, 2018 7:29 pm
islandjoan
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I would never put a copy of my social security card in the mail. Your drivers license should suffice.

Include a photocopy of the U.S. Virgin Island driver's license and social security card.

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Posted : May 4, 2018 7:36 pm
Scubadoo
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I would never put a copy of my social security card in the mail. Your drivers license should suffice.

Include a photocopy of the U.S. Virgin Island driver's license and social security card.

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