EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECKS
Fast – State- Driving-Records-Motor-Vehicle-Reports-MVRS
State Employment Screening Driving Records are often used as the first part of the employment screening process as a seriously questionable driving record may be an indication of more serious issues that would make someone a doubtful employee.
Due to state privacy restrictions, additional credentialing is required to access driving histories.
A release signed by the applicant should accompany the driving history request.
This can be done electronically VIA email. to the applicant.
Moreover, since they are fast, decisions can be made quickly concerning the hiring process.
It should be noted that MVR’S provided by insurance companies may only be used to determine insurability and are not suitable for use in employment screening as they do not comply with Federal laws that apply to the employment screening process.
Driving History MVR’s (motor vehicle records) are fast from all states except:
Pennsylvania, Washington State, Vermont and New Hampshire.
These states require a specific release which we are glad to provide.
Click on the state listed for a driving record release required by that state.
In order to speed up the hiring decision process, many employers order a driving first. And since the results are quickly returned, they can decide whether or not to proceed with the hiring process.
It should be noted that California requires a driving record can only be ordered as part of of an employment screening background check, so another search must be added to the order.
This search provides a summary of the applicant’s driving record
for 3 years or more which may include traffic violations, driving related offenses, and restrictions/suspensions/revocations.
This search may also reveal misdemeanor and felony DUI convictions which are sometimes not included in the criminal histories of all jurisdictions.
Driving Record State Fees: Click Here
The States listed below provide fast driving records Access
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Driving records are accessed in compliance with the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act and various state laws.
The National Driver Register (NDR) is a division in the National Center for Statistics and Analysis under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The NDR maintains the computerized database known as the Problem Driver Pointer System (PDPS) which contains information on individuals whose privilege to operate a motor vehicle has been revoked, suspended, canceled or denied or who have been convicted of serious traffic-related offenses.
Drivers License Formats for all states: Click Here
Problem Drivers National Driver Register Click Here
Commercial Drivers License Program
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
For information on the Drivers Privacy Protection act: Click Here
DOT Maintenance Compliance
The Federal Department of Transportation requires CDL (commercial drivers license) drivers to stay in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Our Automated Employment Screening provides an applicant controlled process that allows FCRA compliant background check forms, including Electronic Chain-Of-custody forms and releases to be completed online by the applicant.
We provide several short videos to easily acquaint you with the system.
This makes the background check process fast and easy.
Please Click or call for more information.
Call Us now at 800-459-3034 and begin ordering driving records and background checks within minutes or:
A price list will be promptly e-mailed to you.
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None of the information contained in this web site should be construed as legal advice. All forms, policies, information and procedures should be reviewed by your legal counsel before being used in any way.