1 Year Driving History - Oklahoma
It appears our third-party safety screening provider, Checkr, was unable to verify that you have at least one year of driving history. This can happen if you recently renewed your license or recently moved to Oklahoma from another state.
Because at least 1 year of driving history is a required part of the safety screening process, your screening has temporarily been delayed. This page is your one-stop shop to resume the safety screen process.
We're Here to Help
Below you can find the tools and steps for submitting the requested information to Checkr on your own.
We also have a team of Uber Experts in Oklahoma City and Tulsa to provide in-person support. We can walk you through the process and assist you at every step.
Find the hours and locations for our Oklahoma Greenlight Spots here: t.uber.com/okgl
Providing 1 Year Driving History
If you still have your previous license (from any state)
If you still have your previous driver’s license (or a picture / photocopy), all you need to do is provide a photo of that driver’s license to Checkr.
Click on “Upload Required Documents” to submit your previous driver’s license.
If You DO NOT have your previous license
If you don’t have your previous driver’s license, the easiest way to prove driving history in Oklahoma varies based on your year of birth, please select one of the choices below:
I was born before 1980
If your current license is less than a year old after your most recent renewal, our third-party safety screening provider, Checkr, may ask that you provide a copy of your motor vehicle record (MVR) in order to verify licensing history. Their verification in this circumstance is reliant on your original issuance date, which is usually explicitly listed on your MVR.
In rare circumstances, the original issuance date on your MVR is officially recorded as all zeroes (ex., 00-00-0000). To bypass this, Checkr will need a copy of your original license plus your MVR to get you through the screening process. The best way to prove your original issuance date in Oklahoma is to:
Visit your local Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office and ask for the Records Department; you can obtain a copy of your motor vehicle record (MVR) and/or a copy of your original license directly through this subdivision:
In some instances, DPS may not have a copy of your original license. If that occurs and if you have renewed your license within the last year, you may have to wait until your current license is at least a year old to continue with the Uber onboarding process.
I was born in or after 1980
If you don’t have your previous driver’s license, the easiest way to prove driving history in Oklahoma is to:
- Visit the Oklahoma DMV website and request an electronic copy of your driving record
- Submit the electronic copy of your driving record at https://applicant.checkr.com/
If your prior license was not issued in Oklahoma, please click here:
Need more help?
You can always visit your local Oklahoma DMV in person and request a copy of your driving record. For a list of DMV locations near you, click below.
If you have additional questions, feel free to visit You can also visit your local Uber Greenlight Location for in-person support from our team of Uber Experts. Find the hours and locations for our Oklahoma Greenlight Locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa here: t.uber.com/okgl