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How long does a reckless driving charge stay on your driving record in the state of Ohio?


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According to the Ohio's Bureau of Motor Vehicles, there is no section of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) that states convictions ever come off of a person's driving record. However, an administrative decision is in effect in OH that allows for Driver Abstracts to only reflect the last three years driver record activity.

So for insurance purposes it would appear that the reckless driving conviction should only be seen for 3 years but the offense will remain on your Ohio driving record without coming off at any point.

To find out more information or order your driving abstract, contact the OH BMV.

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