When it comes to running a business, vehicles—whether they’re leased, rented or owned—are crucial for a variety of tasks. Transporting materials and tools to worksites, hauling goods for deliveries, driving to meet clients—companies of all kinds rely on safe and functioning cars and trucks to service customers and generate profit.
However, to protect their vehicles and employees, avoid accidents, and prevent insurance claims and business disruptions, companies should hire qualified drivers. That’s where motor vehicle records (MVRs) can help. This Risk Insights provides a general overview of MVRs, including what they are, how to obtain them and what to look for once you’ve secured them.
What Are MVRs?
Put simply, MVRs are historical driving records that businesses can use to evaluate current and potential drivers. Specifically, MVRs provide an overview of an individual’s:
Driving history over a specific period of time, usually several years
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