The faster you're aware of your drivers' citations, suspensions and other negative events, the faster you can address the problem. With this service, we'll continuously monitor your drivers' records to notify you of high-risk behaviors quickly and enroll those drivers in the appropriate corrective action training.
View Negative Events
See the category of all negative driving events, the driver's MVR score and an electronic file of the MVR intself.
Drill Down Into the Data
Get a breakdown of drivers' MVR by score categories (low-risk drivers, moderate-risk drivers, and high-risk drivers) and a listing of drivers in each of those categories.
Enroll & Verify CAT Completion
Your offending drivers will be enrolled in a high-impact J. J. Keller® training course targeted to correct the negative behavior. Your dedicated compliance specialist will verify that the course has been completed.
Take a historical look at MVRs for each driver so you can spot trends in order to provide the appropriate coaching.
Run Baseline MVRs
Have baseline compliance levels established for your drivers for future benchmarking.
Create Electronic Files
A centralized database will be established in the DataSense portal of electronic driver records for all your drivers at all your locations.
Monitor Drivers' MVRs
We'll continuously monitor your drivers' MVR for negative events.
Receive Notification of an Event
Get notifications of negative events related to your drivers, including the MVR itself that we'll order from the state and audit for completeness and accuracy.
Every state is different in what triggers a negative driving event. Most states trigger suspensions, revocations and convictions. Other triggers include status change, accidents, cancellations and withdrawls. We will report on all of the information monitored and provided by each state.
We offer a 49-state solution. New Hampshire is not included due to their requirements for repeat notarized driver releases each time an MVR is procurred. (We recommend that clients with drivers holding a New Hampshire drivers license run MVRs on these drivers on a quarterly basis to ensure they can identify issues before the annual MVR.)
You can choose to have all or a subset of your drivers enrolled in this service. You might select a subset if you want to monitor activity for drivers in highly-regulated states or are operating a focused safety program.
As soon as a negative event is processed by the state that it's identified in, this triggers an MVR to be ordered and sent to us. Once we receive the MVR, we'll notify you within 24 hours. This time allows us to audit the MVR for accuracy.
No. Guidance issued by the FMCSA in 391.25 states that use of a third-party computerized system to monitor driving records and generate an MVR when new information on the driving record becomes available can be used in lieu of an annual MVR. The exceptions to this rule are the state of California, Arkansas and Michigan, which require an annual MVR as part of the monitoring process.