Corra Group Discontinues DOT Related Drug Tests to Concentrate on Driving Record Services, Including Puerto Rico MVRS

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In order to expand and offer deep volume discounts for MVRS to the trucking and transportation industry, Corra Group is discontinuing its DOT Drug Test.

“We are delighted we can offer Puerto Rico Motor Vehicle Driving Records at decent turnaround times,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Nick Gustavson. “This background check can be conducted solely for employment screening purposes."

Corra Group Discontinues DOT Related Drug Tests to Concentrate on Driving Record Services, Including Puerto Rico MVRS

Corra Group is now offering Puerto Rico Motor Vehicle Driving Records as a quicker turnaround than previously. In addition, the El Segundo, California headquartered background checking company will discontinue any new DOT compliant drug testing, as it moves to expand its offerings elsewhere.

“We are delighted we can offer Puerto Rico Motor Vehicle Driving Records at decent turnaround times,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Nick Gustavson. “As most know the country has been ravaged by hurricanes and flooding that for quite some time reduced its ability to provide background checks or driving records. With our new business channels, the average turnaround time for Puerto Rico driving records is three to five business days.

“This background check can be conducted solely for employment screening purposes,” said Gustavson. “We require the job applicant provide to his employer his full name, the last four digits of his social security number, date of birth, and drivers license number. A copy of the license itself, front and back, is preferable.”

Gustavson explained as Corra Group moves to expand its now employment screening and due diligence services, it has decided to discontinue any new clients in need of Department of Transportation compliant drug tests and the management consortium that goes with it. He noted that Corra Group would retain the account of current clients but would not add any new trucking groups to its random management consortium. He pointed out that Corra Group will still offer to truckers all types of background checks, including criminal records and PSP Reports.

“We have found the DOT consortium difficult to manage as companies often switch providers or go out of business without giving us notice,” said Gustavson. “Or there is frequent turnover in safety management, and we find ourselves starting from scratch with new directives.

“It’s not a big deal, but it is something we can do without,” said Gustavson. “As we expand our MVR program to the trucking and transportation industry, including Puerto Rico MVRS, we need to be cost effective so we can offer our clients considerable volume discounts on Motor Vehicle Driving Records we have to weigh different costs and benefits and the labor requires to manage our different departments.”

Gustavson added that Corra Group is also looking to increase its services with International Driving Records. “Our clients sometimes need driving records from different countries,” he said. “Corra Group is working to stay ahead of the curve.”

BACKGROUND: Corra operates as Corra Group and Corra Global Research and specializes in -employment screen, due diligence, and corporate research. It is one of the few companies that will answer the phone.

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