Driving Records Check

Driving Records Check

Search Options


Instant Driving Records (DMV/MVR Check)


Gain a detailed history of a candidate’s driving records from DMV records online. Can be a 3 or 5 year search depending on the state.


For any potential employee or volunteer who will be operating a motor vehicle

Commercial Driver’s License Information System (CDLIS)


Allows you to find and verify prior and current licenses held by a candidate.


Ability to find different licenses and run driving record checks for each license.

Service Overview

Find Responsible And Reliable People You Can Trust

Driving Record Checks are extremely important when looking to hire employees, contractors, or volunteers for positions that involve operating motor vehicles.

  • Make sure you’re hiring safe, qualified driving candidates
  • Protect your organization against accidents, damage, and liability claims
  • Maintain your organization’s reputation and trust within the community


What You’ll Gain From A Driving Records Check

Driving record checks can help you get insights into a candidate’s driving history, including license status, DUIs, and moving violations.

Depending on which search you run, information that is most often included in a Driving Records Check includes:

  • Driver’s license status – valid, suspended, expired, etc.
  • Driver’s license status – valid, suspended, expired, etc
  • Felony or misdemeanor convictions – DUI or DWI
  • Any reported moving violations, suspensions, or driving restrictions


What You Need To Know

Take a look at some of our screening resources to help you stay compliant. If you have further questions you can see more on our Compliance and Blog pages

Fair Credit Reporting Act

What does it mean to be FCRA compliant? And what are your responsibilities as an employer to stay compliant?

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission & Title VII

The EEOC and Title VII were established to help employers make fair informed decisions and protect employees against discrimination. Find out more about the EEOC’s different laws and how they apply to you…

Adverse Action

If the results of a background check prompts a decision to deny employment, the FCRA requires employers to follow specific adverse action steps. We have sample pre-adverse action letters available…

A Simple Guide To Running An Employee Background Check

Want to get started with employee background checks but you’re not sure where to start? We’ve outlined some simple steps on how to get started.