Requests for National Driver Register (NDR) Record Checks
Who May Obtain an NDR Record Check
1) Any person may ask to know whether there is an NDR record on him or her and may obtain a copy of the
record if one exists. Requests from individuals require Form DMV 07-70. Form DMV 07-70 can be obtained from the
Department of Motor Vehicles; however, all Individual Requests must be mailed directly to the National Driver
Do not mail Individual Request Forms to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
2) Employers of drivers, locomotive engineers and air carriers may also obtain NDR record checks. Every
driver, operator or pilot on whom an NDR file check is requested is entitled to review the NDR report(s) provided to
the employer. The results of the NDR check will be mailed only to the current or prospective employer or third party
service provider. If no employer is named on the form or it is changed, the request will not be processed.
The following authorization applies to Railroad Company Requests
NDR CHECK AUTHORIZATION: The U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, in
accordance with 49 CFR, Part 240.111, requires that I hereby request and authorize the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA) to perform an NDR check of my driving record for a 36-month period prior to the date
of this request including license withdrawal actions open at time of file check. I hereby authorize the NDR to furnish a
copy of the results of this NDR check directly to the railroad company identified on this inquiry form.
Notice to Prospective Air Carrier Employees
Pursuant to Section 502 of the Pilot Records Improvement Act of 1996, this serves as notice of a request for NDR
information concerning your motor vehicle driving record and your right to receive a copy of such information.
What NDR Records Contain
NDR results for employers will contain only the identification of the state(s) which have reported information
on the driver to the NDR and only information reported within the past 3 years from the date of the inquiry. Driver
control actions initiated prior to that time, even if still in effect, will not be included.
Detailed information to confirm identity or to describe the contents of the driver record can be obtained only
from the State(s) listed when probable matches are reported. The name and address of the driver licensing official will
be provided for each state listed.
How to Request an NDR Record Check
Using this form (DMV 07-71), which may be completed by either the current or prospective employer or the
current or prospective employee, (1) the driver must authorize the request by his or her signature or mark as witnessed
and (2) the driver must certify his or her identity.
Any mailed NDR record check request must be notarized
to certify identity. Requests made in person require
certification of identity acceptable to the state through one or more documents issued by a recognized organization (e.g.,
a driver's license or a certified birth certificate) which contains a means of verification such as a photograph or a
signature. Completed form DMV 07-71 should be returned, along with a check or money order in the amount of
$2.00, to the address listed below:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Driver and Vehicle Records Division
301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4789
Requests can only be processed for the employer if the employee holds a Nebraska Driver's License or if the
employee is domiciled in Nebraska and does not hold a driver's license. If the employee holds an out-of-state license,
requests must be processed thru the employee's state of license.