MVR reports are an ideal way to identify candidates or employees with unsafe driving records.
In some states, convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs cannot be found on the criminal court record and can only be revealed with an MVR review.
Companies regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) are required to request MVR reports annually on their drivers.
This service identifies the name, license issue and expiration date, license status, license number, license type, endorsements, restrictions, driving violations and suspensions. Results are available within three to 24 hours.
The express version provides all of the information obtained in a standard record, but provides real-time, immediate response reporting for driving records from 48 states.
Companies assume all liability for drivers who operate equipment for business purposes. Employee-caused accidents can increase insurance rates and result in costly litigation.
An essential step in helping to mitigate risk is to check an individual’s driving history.