Manage Your Driver Risk
You don’t have to manage a traditional commercial “fleet” to be concerned with driving records. In fact, any employee or volunteer who drives on your behalf can pose a high risk to the organization. This includes your sales team, delivery people, shuttle drivers, youth sport bus drivers, and virtually anyone else who gets behind the wheel on company business.
Speeding tickets. DUIs. Distracted driving citations. These types of infractions not only risk the safety of others on the road, but they also risk your company’s reputation as a community leader, and take a financial toll as your insurance premiums rise.
Keep your company and community safe, and your costs under control. Find out who’s driving for you with an EBI Driving Record Check, or with our Continuous Driving Monitor program.
(The following apply to both DOT-regulated and non-DOT positions. For more information on DOT requirements beyond driving records, please visit our DOT page.)
Two Ways to Manage Driver Risk:
Pre-Hire: Check Your Candidates' Driving Records
Before you extend the offer and hand over the keys, this one-time check will search your candidates’ Motor Vehicle Records and, if applicable, Commercial Driver’s License Information System (CDLIS).
Results are returned to you in an easy-to-read report that includes license type, standing, and any violations, suspensions, or convictions incurred.
Post-Hire: Continuously Monitor Your Employees' Driving Records
Just because an employee starts the job with valid qualifications and a clean driving record, doesn’t mean it will stay that way. For that reason, EBI offers Continuous Driver Monitoring. This cloud-based, automatic data aggregator is your silent assistant, constantly in the background monitoring your drivers’ records, and only alerting you when something changes.
Each month, you’ll receive a report of recent data changes: an expired license (or one approaching expiration), a violation, suspension, or a conviction. However, at any time you may log into your portal to see all recent driver activity in a simple, user-friendly dashboard.
Benefits of Continuous Driver Monitoring:
- Lowers costs & risk. Proactively addressing driver safety leads to fewer incidences -- and lower insurance premiums and reduced exposure to lawsuits.
- Promotes safe driving. Identify high-risk drivers, and automatically schedule appropriate training courses for them.
- Saves you time. Notifications ONLY when there is a change in driving data. No more sifting through full reports looking for flags. No more running full yearly checks on every driver in your entire organization. No more keeping track of each driver’s qualifications to make sure they’re up to date.
- Streamlined management. The system stores all individual driver data for access 24/7, displays all recent activity on a dashboard, and applies your driving policies across geographic or jurisdictional boundaries.
Records We Search
No matter which program you select, you have the option to search both the Motor Vehicle Records (MVR) and/or the Commercial Driver's License Information System (CDLIS).
Motor Vehicle Records
Running Motor Vehicle Records checks allows you to identify driving violations and confirm the status and validity of the candidate’s license. Driving records are available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and internationally. Instant MVRs are available in the majority of states.
Commercial Driver’s License Information System (CDLIS)
Mandated by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act (CMVSA) of 1986, CDLIS supports the issuance of commercial driver licenses (CDLs) by the jurisdictions, and assists jurisdictions in meeting the goals of the basic tenet "that each driver, nationwide, have only one driver license and one record" through the cooperative exchange of commercial driver information between jurisdictions.
CDLIS allows employers and their agents to comply with FMCSA requirements ( § 391.21-391.27), by searching within the "Commercial Driver's License Information System" for any prior licenses, current CDL and up to three prior licenses held by said individual.
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