In competitive hiring situations, fast and accurate DOT, motor vehicle and verification searches are critical. No matter what records, requirements or searches you need, we have the solutions we can customize to help you get a new employee on the road faster.
Motor Vehicle Records reveal an individual’s three-, five- or seven-year driving history, depending on the state. The history includes:
*The search complies with the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act and applicable state law.
Provided by the Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), PSP records can only be requested for pre-employment screening and require driver/applicant consent. PSP is a nationwide search of a driver’s complete history; and we recommend searching all CDL’s and DL’s held by the driver over the last five years.
This report contains the most recent five years of crash data and the most recent three years of roadside inspection data, including serious safety violations from the FMCSA Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) for an individual driver. The record displays a snapshot in time, based on the most recent MCMIS data provided to the PSP system.
Information provided from this search verifies a commercial driver has only one driver’s license and one complete driver record. Clients process a CDLIS search primarily to identify if and where a driver had a CDL in a different state. CDLIS results return up to three previous licenses associated with the driver.
MVRs provided from the CDLIS search are automatically run as soon as CDLIS results are generated. CDLIS Complete results return up to three previous licenses and MVR checks associated to the driver, within one report.
The DOT Employment Verification Report displays the outcome of the employment verification process as well as drug, alcohol and safety questionnaire results. Asurint verifies the dates of employment, position held, and eligibility for rehire. To complete this process, the Asurint Verifications Team uses an automated process enhanced by manual research, and when necessary, even verifying information and sources by contacting businesses.
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