Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Reports Aren’t Slow – Your Background Screening Provider Is.

Motor Vehicle Records Reports are important searches for many different industries. They provide valuable information about an applicant’s driving history. Driving infractions are not reportable in county or statewide criminal searches, so be sure to add a Motor Vehicle Search if you are hiring drivers for your company. The benefits are that you will be able to see accidents, violations, suspensions and whether their license is valid or not. 

Each state provides Motor Vehicle Records, but one state does it differently than the rest. Most are run through databases that provide the information instantly. Our team then reviews the report and sends it to our clients. In Pennsylvania, our team pulls the Motor Vehicle Records directly from the state and then reviews the information. This process can be timely but with our dedicated team of staff members our Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Records have an average turnaround time of 12 hours. With our criminal background screening searches averaging at 24-72 hours per search, you are guaranteed to have timely checks that will not hold up your hiring process. 

The major benefit of using a small background screening company like MYB is that we are nimble enough to get searches out quickly and efficiently. There is no reason why your Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Records are slow other than your current background screening provider not prioritizing your company’s searches.

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