Department of Motor Vehicle records provide driving violation citation history, accident information, unresolved traffic court matters or failures to appear in court, convictions, license status (valid, suspended, restricted, revoked) restricted operation limitations, class/type of vehicle authorized to operate, administrative actions and more.
Industry Notes: EIS obtains department of motor vehicle records from state DMV’s pursuant to applicable state regulations. Some state DMV’s provide a 3 year report while other states report a 7-10 year history. In addition, a few states require a separate state-specific consent/disclosure form signed by your applicant – in addition to the FCRA consent. DMV record access fees vary from state-to-state. We will ensure that you are provided with all necessary DMV forms and disclosures. Most DMV reports return immediately.