Continuous MVR is available only for select accounts with high-volume hiring. Contact Checkr for details.
Continuous MVR (motor vehicle record) monitors your drivers' records for driving violations and license status changes. When Continuous MVR detects a change to a driver’s record, you get a full MVR report that applies your adjudication criteria.
Continuous MVR shows incidents from after the driver’s enrollment. Continuous MVR doesn’t show records from before the driver’s enrollment.
Driver’s license monitoring
Continuous MVR searches for new records for enrolled drivers at least once a month. If Continuous MVR detects a change, it generates an MVR report from the jurisdiction you selected.
Checkr uses the data sources below:
State-sponsored sources: As each state's permissible purpose law allows, states offer the monitoring services below:
Violation monitoring: Violation monitoring provides information about violations, including those below:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Driving with a suspended license
- Failure to obey a traffic signal
- Violation monitoring: Violation monitoring provides information about violations, including those below:
Some states also provide information about certain accidents.
- Status monitoring: Status monitoring provides information about license status changes or revokations. Some states provide the reason for the suspension or revocation.
- Non-state-sponsored sources: In states with no state-sponsored notification program, Continuous MVR searches criminal and civil traffic court records or other .
You can use Checkr's default MVR rules or customize your own to adjudicate your reports.
After Checkr receives your Continuous MVR order, Checkr adds Continuous MVR to your invoice. Your invoice might include several lines for Continuous MVR, including passthrough fees.
Beginning the first month of each driver's enrollment, Checkr collects a monthly service fee for each enrolled driver. Some states also collect fees for the events below:
- Each driver enrollment
- Each MVR report that Continuous MVR produces
- The anniversary of each driver’s enrollment
Your invoice lists charges for each MVR report that Continuous MVR generates.
If a state doesn't enroll a driver, Checkr removes the driver from Continuous MVR and you stop paying for their enrollment.