According to 4SafeDrivers.com president Jeffrey Kellner, looking at a driving record in advance is a great way to be prepared for a job interview.
Cartersville, Georgia (PRWEB) October 13, 2011
There was a time when trucking and transportation companies were unique in requiring potential employees to furnish their TX driving records, but this practice is becoming increasingly common in a variety of industries, including any kind of outside sales organization. Driving records have become a new standard for gauging employee responsibility, as well as for assessing potential insurance liability. For this reason, many job applicants walk into interviews and are blindsided by questions about their driving records—but a company called 4SafeDrivers.com is working to change that. A nationwide company that provides individuals with a way to obtain their driving record in advance, 4SafeDrivers.com has recently extended its services into the State of Texas.
According to 4SafeDrivers.com president Jeffrey Kellner, looking at a driving record in advance is a great way to be prepared for a job interview. “Many employers are developing the habit of addressing driving records, and it’s important to go into the interview prepared to discuss that topic,” says Kellner. “Furthermore, knowing what a driving record says can offer the chance to make necessary adjustments.”
Indeed, 4SafeDrivers.com is not only in the business of providing Texas residents with driving records, but also with solutions for ensuring that any driving record blemishes don’t prevent future employment. The site offers information about local defensive driving classes, completion of which can often lead to those blemishes being blotted out. Additionally, 4SafeDrivers.com provides users with quick access to competitive auto insurance rates.
Kellner says that the 4SafeDrivers.com individual driving records service provides convenience and affordability that going through the state Department of Motor Vehicles simply cannot match. “An individual can obtain a driving record directly from the state,” notes Kellner, “but doing so involves lengthy waits, much hassle, and numerous fees. 4SafeDrivers.com offers these same records, but makes them much easier to obtain.”
4SafeDrivers.com extends its services not only to individuals but also to employers. With the extension of its services into the State of Texas, the company is truly nationwide. Kellner says the growing demand for driving records is ultimately a positive thing, especially for those who take the time to obtain their own records. “Information is the key to success. 4SafeDrivers.com exists to help individuals have better information, and thus be better prepared to succeed.”
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(at)4SafeDrivers(dot)com.