MVR Adjudication & Scoring – MVR Reports

MVR Adjudication & ScoringMVR Adjudication and Scoring –  MVRs support real-time transactions, improve business efficiency, and reduces risk for your company by streamlining and integrating the MVR ordering process. Our MVRs are an instantly accessible for your driver screening and risk management needs. Our suite of MVR data products include state provided 3, 5, 7 and 10-year driver records.

MVRcheck customers can order online motor vehicle records (MVRs) for employment screening, annual DOT compliance, or other authorized employment or insurance purposes. Companies with employees that operate a motor vehicle for business purposes can reduce risk and keep operating costs low by using Motor Vehicle Records when screening prospective employees. By identifying high risk drivers, Motor Vehicle Records can help your company improve safety and reduce liability and insurance expenses. 

MVRcheck will create a custom Adjudication Matrix based on your company MVR policy for managing drivers. You can then review the decision matrix and apply the decision to your MVR Reports for easy processing. You can also send Pre-Adverse and Adverse Action letters directly from your secure online account for rejected applicants. For an additional fee, MVRcheck can review your reports for you based on your provided decision matrix.

MVR Adjudication | MVR Scoring

Sample Guidelines (MVR Criteria – 3 Year)

Number of Minor Violations

Number of at-fault accidents

0

1

2

3

0

Clear

Acceptable

Borderline

Poor

1

Acceptable

Acceptable

Borderline

Poor

2

Acceptable

Borderline

Poor

Poor

3

Borderline

Poor

Poor

Poor

4

Poor

Poor

Poor

Poor

Any major violation

Poor

Poor

Poor

Poor

Minor Violation:

Any minor violation other than a major except:

Major Violation:

Motor vehicle equipment, load or size requirement
Improper/failure to display license plates
Failure to sign or display registration
Failure to have driver’s license in possession

Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Failure to stop/report an accident
Reckless driving/speeding contest
Driving while impaired
Making a false accident report
Homicide, manslaughter or assault by vehicle use
Driving while license is suspended/revoked
Careless driving

Sample Decision Matrix:

adjudicate

The following criteria was established to identify high risk drivers. A driver is unacceptable if the driver’s accident/violation history in the past year includes one or more of the following moving violation convictions:
1. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DWI).
2. Hit and run.
3. Failure to report an accident.
4. Negligent homicide arising out of the use of a motor vehicle.
5. Operating during a period of suspension or revocation.
6. Using a motor vehicle for the commission of a felony.
7. Operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s authority.
8. Permitting an unlicensed person to drive.
9. Reckless driving.
10. Speeding (3 or more in a 3 year period).

Adjudication Setup Fee: $FREE with current Business Screening Account

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