Drivers License (MVR)

Employers Responsibility
According to the courts, an employer is negligent when hiring drivers without checking records. Commercial drivers (CDL), or employees sent on errands, whether in company or private vehicles, the company is legally exposed. A Moving Violation Report (MVR), utilizing the driver's license number, provides a 3-7 year history of an individual's driving performance.

Information needed for MVR report:

  • Your full name as it appears on your driver's license.
  • Driver's license number
  • Date of birth
  • Complete mailing address

Driving record checks are nationwide (where permitted by law) and include:

  • Accidents
  • Traffic Violations
  • Drug or Alcohol Related Convictions
  • Address
  • License Status
  • Driver's Physical Description

Though national in scope, data provided by NationsCheck is compiled from multiple public record data sources. NationsCheck makes no claims to the completeness of its database or that data for all states or jurisdictions is included in its current product offerings.  NationsCheck takes reasonable measures to update these records as available, but as in all public records, we rely on the completeness and accuracy of each state's records.

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