Additional Services

Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Check

Nationwide Vehicle and Driving Records

A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Check helps employers ensure that their drivers are licensed and free from citations and violations that could pose a risk to others on the road. Through our access to Department of Motor Vehicle records across the country, employers gain valuable insight into an individual’s driving history.
Speeding violations, numerous tickets, license restrictions, and alcohol and substance driving violations are all filed with the DMV. Including an MVR Check as part of your background check protects your company, your reputation, and other drivers from applicants who will be driving while employed by your company.
A driver is not only limited to people who drive for a living, like trucking and delivery drivers. Any employee who may drive while employed by your company is a candidate for an MVR Check. Many employers require a clean MVR Report before gaining access to company vehicles. Other employers must comply with annual MVR verification checks as a practical approach to maintaining safe drivers throughout the term of their employment!
Average Turn-Around Time: 
 Instant – 2 Business Days in select states

Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP)

The Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) offers employers instant online access to 5 years of crash data and 3 years of inspection and violation histories for commercial drivers. 
Congress mandated that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) make this data electronically available for pre-employment screening purposes only.
PSP helps trucking and bus companies make better-informed hiring decisions so that the safest drivers are behind the wheels of commercial vehicles.
Average Turn-Around Time: 
 Instant – 2 Business Days in select states

Commercial Drivers License Information System Records (CDLIS) Instant Driving Records.

The Commercial Driver’s License Information System (CDLIS) is a nationwide computer system that enables state driver licensing agencies (SDLAs) to ensure that each commercial driver has only one driver’s license and one complete driver record.
Commercial driver’s license searches are done through the CDLIS database administered by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) to verify the current state and license number of your driver as well as up to three prior CDLs the driver may have held. 


 Lists additional states where MVRs should be ordered


 Validates whether a driver holds a current CDL license
Average Turn-Around Time: 
 Instant – 2 Business Days in select states