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    CA DMV question - form "h6"

    I'm looking at applying to Garden Grove. Their website states that an application must be accompanied by a 10-year driving history form aka "Form H6". I searched high and low on the DMV website for this and I can't find anything. Did the form change names? Is this something that has to be printed out in person at a DMV office?

    I see a 10-year driving history form, but it says nothing about "H6" and it seems to apply more to a commercial driver's license application.

    I would hate to include the wrong driving history form with the application...

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    it's the dmv print out of your history, the 7 year one i believe.

    you must go in to get it, don't forget your DL or other gov't ID..

    make an appointment or go when they open up.

    on drop in visits, you should be able to just get it from the information window (the first one you walk up to) and 5.00 later of course.
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    I think you have to get it in a sealed, too.
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    I didn't have to seal mine.

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    I got mine recently. I was surprised to see a VC 5200 (a) violation on there that I took care of. That report really does cover everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avalon42 View Post
    I got mine recently. I was surprised to see a VC 5200 (a) violation on there that I took care of. That report really does cover everything.
    Your DMV printout will have ALL violations on it....including equipment/fix-it tickets........
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    Sorry for the resurrection of an old dead post. But does the H6 form include out of state violations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by halfflash View Post
    Sorry for the resurrection of an old dead post. But does the H6 form include out of state violations?
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    Depends.....some states report to CA DMV and some don't.....best bet is to disclose any and ALL violations.......because if you lie by omission, then you are toast
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    Got it, thank you.

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    CA DMV Form DL939 is the for you need from DMV. FIll it out and pay the fee. Here is information about it: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/forms/dl/dl939.htm
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