The Department publishes a Revenue Book for each accounting period, which lists the various types of revenue collections, sources of revenue, general revenue vs. trust funds and allocations of trust fund revenue. Up to June 30, 1969, the state operated on a calendar year and the first fiscal year was July 1, 1969 to June 30, 1970. When the Department rewrote the Florida Real Time Information System (FRVIS), it also included the way revenue was reported. Starting with the 2000/01 fiscal year, the Revenue Reports contain footnotes and history notes which explain to the reader how to interpret the information.
Note: From 1928 to 1964, the organization was named the Motor Vehicle Commission. In 1965, it was renamed the Department of Motor Vehicles. As a result of the passage of the Governmental Reorganization Act of 1969, the duties and responsibilities of the Department of Public Safety and the Department of Motor Vehicles were combined to form the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The Department is currently composed of five Divisions: Administrative Services, Motor Vehicles, Driver Licenses, The Florida Highway Patrol and Information Systems Administration.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Reports (1990 to present)
DHSMV - Division of Motor Vehicles Reports (1969 to 1990)
Department of Motor Vehicles Reports (1965 to 1969)
Office of Motor Vehicle Commissioner (1928 to 1965)