4DMV.com makes the entire DMV experience, as well as insurance shopping, easy for drivers, but the site also offers services to employers. “Not only do individuals need to know what a driving record says Jeffrey Kellner
Cartersville, GA (PRWEB) December 19, 2011
In a December 2011 press release, the Consumer Federation of America cautioned drivers that one of the most important steps in obtaining a good auto insurance rate is knowing when and when not to provide insurance companies with information from a personal driving record. Consumers shopping for insurance should, in order to protect their own interests, know the kinds of information present on their driving records, yet obtaining a driving record typically involves a long wait at the DMV and an array of costly fees. Thanks to a website called 4DMV.com, however, the DMV record-obtaining process has become much easier. 4DMV.com has recently unveiled a new site design, making it easier and more convenient than ever before for motorists to obtain driving records.
The new 4DMV.com features a user-friendly design and a new set of features, all of which are designed to help users save time at the DMV. Drivers can look up local DMV hours and locations, and also print necessary paperwork. The site also allows drivers to obtain their driving records, quickly and without the hassle and fees associated with a trip to the DMV.
According to 4DMV.com founder and president Jeffrey Kellner, the new design is all about ease. “It is easier than ever before for a driver or an employer to promptly and cost-effectively receive a driving record,” notes Kellner. “This is ultimately essential to anyone looking for work or for reasonable insurance rates. Knowing what a driving record says is a great way to make informed decisions and protect one’s own interests.”
In fact, the new 4DMV.com design is centered on services that help consumers protect themselves. One of the site’s most significant new features is an online insurance center. Here, users can input their geographic location and receive quotes from local insurance providers.
Kellner says 4DMV.com makes the entire DMV experience, as well as insurance shopping, easy for drivers, but the site also offers services to employers. “Not only do individuals need to know what a driving record says, but so to hiring managers and HR managers,” offers Kellner. “Businesses can request driving records for all potential hires, and use them to make their own decisions about hiring and about obtaining company insurance.”
4DMV.com is a leading source of information about DMV branches across the nation, including locations, hours of operation, and pertinent forms. In addition, the site provides easy access to driving records and to insurance quotes. 4DMV.com was founded by president and developer Jeffrey Kellner.
An essential tool for anyone needing to obtain insurance quotes or information about local DMV branches, 4DMV.com can be reached at http://www.4DMV.com or e-mailed at customerservices(at)4DMV(dot)com.