This is the third ELD in the last year that has been REVOKED by FMCSA. On January 31, 2023, FMCSA removed the following device from
Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
What is an MVR?
A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) is a state-specific document that shows your driving history within that particular state over a period of time. Typical MVR reports show 3 years up to 10 years of driving history, such as traffic events and violations.
Who does it apply to?
All drivers who plan or intend on driving a Commercial Motor Vehicle would need an MVR ran and kept on file for the employment term of the driver.
- MVRs must be pulled within 30 days of hiring a CMV driver
- Insurance companies need MVRs to add drivers to insurance policies
- MVRs pulled for CMV drivers living in multiple states to get the full driving history
How do we perform this service?
Why do we need tp pull a Motor Vehicle Record?
Our DOT Compliance Specialists can issue a release form to a driver for approval, then pull an MVR for a specified state and time period. MVRs will be saved as part of the Driver Qualification File (DQF) and are pulled:
- within 30 days of hiring
- to add drivers to Commercial Truck Insurance policy
- for drivers living in multiple states
What steps are we taking for you?
Insurance companies will also need MVRs to add drivers to certain insurance policies.
If a CMV driver has lived in multiple states upon 3 years of applying for your company, MVR’s should be pulled from the respective states, to get the full driving history.