I would like to get an update on my personal background check.
I have a current order and would like to check on the status.
I am not currently a client, but I am interested in learning how KRESS can help my business.
- Personal Driving Records -
KRESS knows that you put your people, goods, services, and reputation in the hands of your drivers every time they get behind the wheel. If you are hiring a new driver, or someone who will operate a motor vehicle during their employment, pre-screening their driving history, license history, and personal driving record is necessary.
KRESS also recommends an annual rescreen on every driver with your company and can accept bulk orders via an easy-to-use Excel spreadsheet and CSV file interface, or an automated data exporter.
Bulk discounts are available when you submit your annual MVR order.
Ordering is easier than ever. Use our simple online system or use a spreadsheet to provide employee data.
Our MVR screening is DOT- and FCRSA-compliant. Rest easy knowing you’re prepared for your next audit.
KRESS’ driving history screening is the ideal way to identify candidates or employees with unsafe driving records to limit your risk. This includes a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check. An MVR reports on a job candidate’s driving history as compiled from the relevant state Department of Motor Vehicles. Information on this report may include driver’s license information, point history, violations, convictions, and license status over the past three to seven years. KRESS also checks for any restrictions on use and the status of the current license.
CDLIS helps document the issuance of a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and the withdrawal of a commercial driver by the State Driver Licensing Agencies (SDLAs) of the CDLIS jurisdictions (the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia).
The purpose of the CDLIS is to keep a record of each driver nationwide and help ensure only one driver’s license and one record for each driver and to enable authorized users nationwide, such as local law enforcement officials, to check whether a driver is withdrawn through the cooperative exchange of commercial driver information between the CDLIS jurisdictions.
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