obtaining driving records can help an individual be better equipped to deal with a job interview, but it can also allow for proactive measures to be taken to address any blemishes on the driving record
Cartersville, GA (PRWEB) October 05, 2011
In an era when information of all kinds is increasingly available and accessible, it should come as no surprise that personal history is increasingly the subject of scrutiny. This does not just mean credit scores or criminal records, but also driving records. Employers in many different industries are becoming ever more insistent upon obtaining the driving records of a potential hire, even as insurance carriers continue to analyze these documents closely. 4SafeDrivers.com offers a way for consumers to become better informed about what their driving records say, and how those records may be affecting their insurance rates and their job prospects. 4SafeDrivers.com has recently expanded its consumer-centered services into the State of California.
What this means, says company president Jeffrey Kellner, is that consumers living in the State of California now have an easy way to see what their driving records say. “Many individuals walk into job interviews and are blindsided by the content in their driving records, or continue to needlessly overpay on their auto insurance,” notes Kellner. “Being privy to what a driving record says provides options and a chance for better decision-making. That’s the service provided by 4SafeDrivers.com.”
According to Kellner, obtaining driving records can help an individual be better equipped to deal with a job interview, but it can also allow for proactive measures to be taken to address any blemishes on the driving record. For example, 4SafeDrivers.com also offers links to driving education courses, completion of which can have some of those driving record blemishes removed.
Obtaining a driving record is challenging apart from a service like 4SafeDrivers.com, Kellner says. “While an individual can obtain driving records directly from the state, it is often a lengthy and convoluted process.” It can also be costly, but 4SafeDrivers.com provides driving records at discounted rates, and, according to Kellner, with a minimum of hassle.
The company provides its services to individuals across the nation, with California being the latest state to be added to 4SafeDrivers.com’s service area. Individuals living in this state can turn to this service for driving records and for quotes on affordable insurance rates, as well as information about local defensive driving courses.
4SafeDrivers.com is a premium site for employers and hiring managers to obtain pertinent background records about prospective employees, as well as to check their own files and records with a minimum of hurdles and fees. The site also offers resources for individuals seeking to know what their driving records say and how they can still obtain reasonable insurance rates.
An essential tool for employers in virtually any field, 4SafeDrivers.com can be reached at http://www.4SafeDrivers.com, or e-mailed at customerservices@4SafeDrivers.com.