Instant Statewide Driving Record Checks
We perform driving record checks in addition to criminal background checks for our monthly billed clients
|Statewide Driving Record Check (MVR Check):
||All States take about 1 -2 hours to complete except (AK, HI, OR, PA & WY)
||$24.95 per state except HI, OK & RI which are $39.95 each
||NONE, however you must be an approved monthly billed member.
||Entire State being searched.
Statewide Driving Record Search Description:
Most state driving record checks are near instant searches that report at least the past 3 years of driving history. The only driving record search that may not go back 3-years is the Washington D.C. search which only reports some driver record history for only 2 years. A total of 28 US States report driver history records / motor vehicle records for the past 5yrs or more. The current standard for years reported by a state for motor vehicle / driving records is between 3yrs and 7yrs. Many states offer both a 3yr search and a 7yr search.
Our statewide driving reports include name and address, date of birth (DOB), drivers license number (DLN), characteristics like gender, height and eye color, drivers license issue date and expiration date, endorsements, miscellaneous and state specific information along with status which tells whether or not a license is currently valid.
Driving record reports show driving history on the driver including accidents, suspensions, violations, and more. Our statewide motor vehicle record reports are available in every US State.
Sample Listing of Information Reported on an MVR check:
(This list is a sample of what to expect from your driving record search with us.)
(Search results vary by state, but are not limited to the sample entrees below)
||Other convictions and accidents
||Actions (Suspensions, Revocation, FRA)
||Commercial Motor Vehicle Serious Violations
|Failure to Appear for DUI offense
||Minor Moving Violations
||Leaving the scene of an accident
|Driving Under Suspension
||Driving Under the Influence
||Other serious convictions (any vehicle)
|Hit and Run
||Serious convictions and commercial motor vehicle disqualifying offenses
||Revocation based on damage judgment
- All state MVR searches take only 1-2hrs to complete during business hours except for AK, HI, OR, PA & WY
- Alaska takes over 7 days to complete
- Hawaii takes about 2 days to complete
- Oregon takes about 2 days to complete
- Pennsylvania takes about 5 business days to complete
- Wyoming takes about 2 days to complete
- Search results include accidents, suspensions, violations and other traffic records
- Driving history reported varies by state – All 50 US States report at least 3yrs of MVR history
Statewide driving records / motor vehicle records come with a free 50-State National Sex Offender Check and a free America's Most Wanted Criminals List Search.
In addition to driving records we also offer the following search:
- Commercial Drivers License (CDL Lookup) Search by Social Security Number
- The cost for this search is $9.95
- This search returns drivers license numbers from the last three US States the applicant has had a CDL in.
The Commercial Drivers License Information System (CDLIS) allows employers and their agents to comply with FMCSA requirements (§ 391.21-391.27), by searching within the "Commercial Driver's License Information System" for any prior licenses, current CDL and up to three prior licenses held by said individual.
Mandated by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act (CMVSA) of 1986, CDLIS supports the issuance of commercial driver licenses (CDLs) by the jurisdictions, and assists jurisdictions in meeting the goals of the basic tenet "that each driver, nationwide, have only one driver license and one record" through the cooperative exchange of commercial driver information between jurisdictions.
The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986 SEC. 12002. LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF DRIVER'S LICENSES.
Effective July 1, 1987, no person who operates a commercial motor vehicle shall at any time have more than one driver's license, except during the 10-day period beginning on the date such person is issued a driver's license and except whenever a State law enacted on or before June 1, 1986, requires such person to have more than one driver's license. The second exception in the preceding sentence shall not be effective after December 31, 1989.
For more information on the CDLIS please review Section 12007 titled, "Commercial driver's license information system" found in The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986.