The company’s services are popular in Virginia, where speeding fines can register at over three thousand dollars, and even the smallest infraction can show up on a driving record. says Jeffrey Kellner
Cartersville, Georgia (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
The holiday season is notorious both for bad drivers and for speed traps, yet it is still surprising to learn just how widespread the problem is. The State of Connecticut alone has announced more than 1,200 speeding tickets issued over the Thanksgiving weekend, to say nothing of 65 drunk driving arrests and more than 400 charged seatbelt violations. These traffic violations don’t just mean fines and financial penalties for the drivers in question, but potentially difficulty in finding employment; in this age of heavy background checks, what shows up on a driving record could mean the difference between getting a job or not. Because of this, the holiday season also means big business for sites like 4SafeDrivers.com.
4SafeDrivers.com is an online service that allows employers to easily obtain driving records for prospective employees, but it also allows drivers to check their own driving records. “Someone applying for a job can use the 4SafeDrivers.com service to be better informed about what their own driving history says,” notes company president and developer Jeffrey Kellner. “By knowing what is on a driving record, a job candidate can improve his or her chances of gaining employment.”
The site, which offers services to employers and potential employees alike, offers not only an easy and affordable way to obtain driving records, sidestepping the red tape and excessive fees that come from going to the DMV directly, but also ways to have driving records cleared, such as information about defensive driving classes and quotes on low insurance rates.
Kellner is quick to note that the services of 4SafeDrivers.com are useful during the holiday season in particular, but that they might also stand out to anyone living in a state where traffic laws are especially severe. In particular, Kellner says the company’s services are popular in Virginia, where speeding fines can register at over three thousand dollars, and even the smallest infraction can show up on a driving record.
But with its range of services, including downloadable DMV forms and local DMV information, 4SafeDrivers.com is a service that draws heavy traffic from both hiring managers and job applicants, or simply those looking to learn more about minimizing the hazards present on their own driving records.
4SafeDrivers.com is the leading resource for those seeking to make the DMV experience easier, faster, and simpler. In addition to providing local DMV information, the site also provides easy access to driving records, for employers and for individuals. The site was founded by developer and company president Jeffrey Kellner.
An essential tool for anyone needing to obtain driving records, 4SafeDrivers.com can be reached at http://www.4SafeDrivers.com or e-mailed at customerservices(at)4SafeDrivers(dot)com.