At Global Verification Network, we have the expertise and skills to acquire the comprehensive reports you need to accurately interpret the information, which saves you both time and money. We have access to the DMVs in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, so it doesn’t matter if your job candidate lived in the next city or across the country. Global Verification Network guarantees that its motor vehicle driving background checks are in compliance with the Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) and DOT regulations.
In addition, our motor vehicles records check services include:
- Fast response times
- Capacity to process multiple record-check requests
- Experienced customer service
- Report interpretation
- You will receive complete and actionable information that can be used to make compliant hiring decisions and manage corporate liability responsibly.
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Frequently Asked Questions About DMV Records Searches
How long does the process normally take?
In many cases, requesting a driving record for an individual can take a day or two. This is because most states have fully digitized their MVR databases. However, requests for certified paper copies of the reports will add a few days to the turnaround time.
Does an MVR record cover a person’s lifetime, or only a certain timeframe?
It should be noted that the length of time a DMV keeps MRV information varies from state to state. In some states, it may only reach back three years, while in others it can provide details for a period of seven years. It also bears noting that some records may include incidents that occurred before the person in question obtained his or her license in that state.
Are there any potential issues with checking motor vehicle records?
The often-complex nature of DMV recordkeeping — especially those involving multiple states — can introduce some wrinkles employers should keep in mind. For instance, tracking records across more than one state means the potential for mistakes and missing information becomes higher. There is also the inherent risk of unexpected delays holding up the hiring process. Employers that want to use this information should be prepared for these circumstances and understand they could introduce complications.