Ordering Motor Vehicle Reports

How to request state-specific MVRs

If you employ personnel who drive for company business, you should order driving history reports. Search driving records for DUIs, suspensions, administrative actions and revocations to avoid negligent hiring practices.

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State Agreement Forms
To order MVRs from the following states, you must also file a state agreement. Click on any of the state links below to access the forms you need.

Electronic Signatures
Certain states have rules in place related to the use of electronic signatures as part of disclosure to, and obtaining authorization from, the consumer when ordering MVRs. Click here for an overview of which states may have requirements related to “wet” signatures when ordering MVRs.

MVR State Specific Releases*

 
*To be retained by client on file after obtaining driver's consent. No need to submit to IntelliCorp unless specifically requested. 
 

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