DMV / mVR Search

Knowledge drives trust and minimizes risk. Driving records can be very useful for general screening purposes.

DMV / MVR Search

Accidents Can Leave You Liable

A motor vehicle report (MVR) is important for any potential employee who will be driving a vehicle for work, even non-company vehicles. If an accident happens, your organization could be held liable, whether it is a commercial driver in a delivery vehicle or a volunteer driving for non-profit work. If an employee drives for work purposes (not commuting), an MVR is an essential part of your pre-hire due diligence.


In addition to protecting your company against liability claims, MVR reports make it easier for you to:

DMV / MVR Search

Get Comprehensive Driving Records

Driving records can be very useful for general screening purposes. PeopleG2 provides the most up-to-date report based on the applicant’s provided license number and state. Most states return results instantly. These reports can include records of driving while intoxicated, revoked license, accidents and minor traffic violations. Records are held in state databases, so a search covers incidents in every county in the state. Some state records include driving history from other states. Some state fees apply. MVR reports tell you:

In some states, DUI convictions only appear on an


and not on a criminal check.

DMV / MVR Search

Compliance Uncomplicated

While your company will bear ultimate responsibility for compliance, we’re here to advise you. All background checks used during hiring, including MVR reports, must comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) guidelines, as well as local, state and federal fair hiring (ban the box) laws.

If a background check compels you to deny employment, follow the steps outlined by the FCRA. Some local laws also outline specific steps for adverse action.