DMV & MVR Background Checks

Trusted Employees provides comprehensive DMV & MVR background checks to help you comply with driver and motor vehicle screening regulations mandated by your organization or the Department of Transportation (DOT).

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Clean Driving Records Keep Your Employees & Assets Safe

Trusted Employees compiles a comprehensive report regarding a candidate’s driving (DMV) and vehicle (MVR) history. Now, easily obtain driving records from the various Department of Motor Vehicles.  For organizations that are governed by the Department of Transportation (DOT), it’s required you run a driving record screen on your employees before and after you hire them.  Let us help you comply with the various regulations.

Detailed Drivers License Information

Trusted Employees confirms whether an applicant has a valid driver’s license and much more.  It goes without saying that this information is critical, especially if the job requirements demand a safe driving record.  You get the current status of the license, class, suspension information, restrictions, citations, endorsements and accident history.

Accident History

Accident History

To ensure the safety of all your employees, customers and assets, you need to know that you’re turning over the keys to a driver who has a clean accident history. Trusted Employees retrieves the accident history of potential candidates from all 50 states in a timely manner and delivers the results right to your desktop. The amount of accident history available from one state to another based on each state’s regulations and guidelines.

Tickets & Moving Violations

History has a tendency to repeat itself and unfortunately, that holds true with driving records.  You receive ticket and moving violation history for your candidates and employees, typically going back 3-5 years. Some states provide access to records that are up to 10 years old.  In most instances, you see the violation code number, description, and any penalties levied. For states that use a point system, you see the number of points.

Tickets Moving Violations
Driving Under Influence Checks

Driving Under Influence (DUI) Checks

Driving under the influence (DUI) thresholds, enforcement and penalties vary from one state to another.  What doesn’t change state to state is the fact that commercial drivers are prohibited from driving professionally if charged with a DUI on or off the job. Get the complete picture of an individual’s DUI history, so you can make informed hiring and employment decisions.

Reckless Driving

Reckless driving is a major and serious crime, considered a misdemeanor in the United States. Penalties include hefty fines and even forfeiture of ones driver’s license.  Habitual reckless drivers are seen by the law as a threat to public safety.  Bottom line, avoid costly and dangerous situations by fully vetting all your commercial drivers with a a thorough reckless driving search.