MVR Monitoring technology
Spot negative driving record changes with MVR Monitoring
The status of driving records can shift in a blink of an eye, even right after an annual MVR check. If one of your employees receives a DUI, it could go unnoticed for months or even a year.
With MVR Monitoring technology, you reduce the risk of having drivers with negative histories representing your business on the roads. Mitigate driver risk by monitoring driving records continuously and receiving alerts when new convictions, DUIs and suspensions occur.
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The faster you are aware of driver citations, suspensions and other negative events the faster you can address the problem and take action. Mitigate driver risk by monitoring driving records continuously and receiving alerts when new convictions, DUIs and suspensions occur.
MVR near Real-Time Alerts
Know as driving records change
When a serious driver infraction occurs, you need to be able to take action immediately.
MVR Monitoring intuitive dashboards and notifications help you spot and monitor negative trends, like new violations, convictions, accidents, points, expired licenses and more.
Identify your high-risk drivers and reduce the likelihood of accidents
MVR smart scoring automatically breaks down your drivers based on their risk level. This reduces your chances of keeping unqualified drivers on the road.
MVR Monitoring technology enables you to ensure your drivers meet company, federal and insurance requirements.
Simplify the driver review, manage compliance and improve safety
“Our-go-to solution for driver compliance”
”We are required to maintain monitoring and reporting to be compliant. This system allows us to capture driving issues, allows us to set an annual schedule, and includes DOT medical certificates. This system is our go-to for everything and many of our other reports spin-off from this system.”
DOT Compliance & Administration Manager I Bridgestone HosePower
in company risk events
to find out about incidents compared to periodic MVRs