Special Releases for Acquiring
Driving Records (MVRs)
Over the last several years, a variety of federal and state laws (see the DPPA description below) have resulted in changes in the methods by which states dispense information contained in driving records, or MVRs (Motor Vehicle Reports).
The states listed below require that a special form must be completed by the End User of the MVR (this would be the LABORCHEX client) in order to retrieve this information. By clicking on the state, you will be provided with this form to complete and forward to LABORCHEX with your order for a MVR.
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The Federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA)
The Driver's Privacy Protection Act regulates the release and sharing of information that appears on motor vehicle records (driver's license reports). The DPPA regulates: 1.How the motor vehicle departments of the individual states provide such records to requestors; 2. How recipients of these records (such as employment screening companies like LABORCHEX) subsequently dispense the details provided in them.
The main purpose of the DPPA is to limit the release of a driver's personal information (such as a home address, date of birth, social security number, photo, etc.), thus protecting the public from use of these details for unlawful purposes.