FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How does DUI-Records.org find records?
  2. Our service searches government databases for any kind of public information from arrest records to financial filings. It uses the same technology that is used by expensive private investigative services.

  3. What kind of information can I find with DUI-Records.org?
  4. Users of our service can find any of the following: DWI Records, DUI Records, Current and Past Addresses, Arrest Records, Court Warrants, Phone Records, State Tax Liens, Property Records, Age and Date of Birth, Aliases, Maiden Name, Bankruptcy Records, Relatives and Neighbors, Roommates and Co-Workers, Tattoos, Scars or Other Marks, Life, Death, and Birth Records, Marriages and Divorce Records, even Unclaimed Money.

  5. What's the difference between DUI and DWI records?
  6. DUI means "Driving Under the Influence." A prosecutor must prove that the driver was impaired by alcohol, even if they didn't reach the legal blood alcohol content of the state. DWI means "Driving While Intoxicated," and is typically more serious. A DWI conviction means the driver was caught driving at or over the legal limit.

  7. Can someone still get a license with DWI convictions?
  8. Yes, but their license will likely be restricted to only work or court-approved driving.

  9. How long do DWI records stay on file?
  10. It depends on the state where the conviction was filed. But typically it will stay on someones driving record for 10 to 20 years. Convictions will, however, be kept on federal records for life.

  11. Am I a bad person for getting a DWI?
  12. No, it is a common crime and a routine mistake made by most everyone at some point in their life. That said, DWI convictions can be a major red flag for other people. You should keep track of your records to see what people are finding out about you.

  13. Who uses DWI-Records.org?
  14. We have users in every walk of life from auto mechanics to doctors and lawyers. Anyone who wants a little piece of mind users our service to search public records online. Even people wanting to see what kind of records they have out there.

  15. What are other people saying about DWI-Records.org?
  16. "I found out my child's new school bus driver was a drunk, I have no idea how he got the job! I looked up his name with your site and was astonished. I contacted the school immediately and he was fired for lying on his application. I'm so glad I thought of your DUI record lookup -- how scary!"


    -- Peg Raleigh