Additional Screening Services
Driving records are available for a search term of three years in all 50 states. Record information is accessed directly from the requested state's department of motor vehicles or department of revenue. Reported information includes infractions, disciplinary actions, issue date, expiration date, status, and restrictions. Driving records may be a good indicator of alcohol or substance abuse, or expose a pattern of ignoring safety rules and procedures. In accordance with the Driver's Privacy Protection Act, NAS extracts all identifying information, such as date of birth and address from the driving history report. Driving history searches are recommended on all employment positions that require driving, but they also can serve as a beneficial tool in determining an applicant's overall responsibility.