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Driver History

Databases:

State DMV Records

Price:

State Determined

Instant but Varies

What You Need to Know

If drivers are representing your organization or are customers of yours, then ultimately you could be responsible for them on the road.


Fortunately, understanding an individual’s risk on the road is easily done with motor vehicle records (MVRs). However, all DMVs are governed by their states’ rules and regulations with specific processes for reporting data. This can make finding and processing MVRs time consuming and frustrating.


We work with the best DMV History report provider's in the industry to bring your company piece of mind quickly. Access motor vehicle records from DMVs across all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico with up to 7 years of coverage to find driver privilege, driving violations, violation classification, accidents, and more.


Benefits of an Omnidelve Driving History Report for Employers


There are many benefits to getting an Omnidelve Driving History Report for your employees. These include:


  • Reducing your company's insurance costs: Insurance companies often use driving history reports to determine fleet insurance rates. By getting reports for your employees and identifying areas where they can improve their driving habits, you may be able to lower your company's insurance costs.


  • Improving the safety of your employees and the public: By understanding your employees' driving habits and the factors that contribute to accidents, you can implement training programs and policies to improve their safety on the road.


  • Reducing your company's liability: If an employee who drives a company vehicle is involved in an accident, you could be held liable for the damages. By getting driving history reports for your employees and taking steps to address any risky driving behaviors, you can reduce your company's liability.

When to Use

Employers should order driver history reports for any employee who will be operating a company vehicle. 


This includes employees who will be driving:


  • Delivery trucks


  • Company cars


  • Rental cars for business purposes


Employers should also consider ordering driver history reports for employees who will be operating their own vehicles for business purposes, such as sales representatives or construction workers.

What is Revealed

As an employer, you have a responsibility to ensure the safety of your employees and the public. This includes making sure that your employees who drive company vehicles have clean driving records. An Omnidelve Driving History Report can provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your employees' driving privileges.


What's Included in an Omnidelve Driving History Report for Employers?


An Omnidelve Driving History Report for Employers includes the same information as a standard Omnidelve Driving History Report, plus:


  • A summary of the employee's driving record, including the number of accidents, violations, and license suspensions


  • A list of the employee's insurance claims


  • A risk score that reflects the employee's overall driving risk



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