(PRWEB) September 26, 2015
"The state of Texas is unique," said Todd Mayers, Director of DrivingRecord.net. Texas has both a 3 year and a 5 year Driving Record. Only the 5 Year Texas CDL record will have additional information that pertains to CDL drivers such as the much needed Medical Certificate information. Other state's driving record reports will show all violations and CDL information on their standard MVR.
Todd Mayers noted that to be compliant with the Department of Transportation, companies must run a Driving Record when the driver is first hired and no less than every twelve months thereafter. TR Information Services recommends an MVR run every 6 months to ensure safe drivers.
DrivingRecord.net also provides a Driving Record Monitoring Service that can help companies monitor their driver's driving record on a ongoing basis.
TR Information Services and DrivngRecord.net has been offering the transportation and service industry instant access to Driving Records and FMCSA PSP reports so companies can get fast and accurate reports to make hiring and safety decisions.