ANNUAL MVR PULLS AREN’T GOOD ENOUGH
What is happening the other 364 days?
If a company only pulls driver records once a year, and a driver has a violation the day after, he or she has a 364 – day grace period before the violations are discovered.
How does continuous monitoring make a difference?
CONTINUOUS MONITORING = 365 DAYS OF CLARITY
While the old system of annual MVR pulls can yield violations, continuous MVR monitoring allows the fleet manager to receive violations as they occur — eliminating the pitfall of the yearly “grace period.” By getting this information sooner, the fleet manager can take immediate corrective action with the driver, from remedial driver training up to dismissal for serious offenses.
SuperVision can help you eliminate annual MVR pulls, stay ahead of the problems & keep your drivers on the road.
Continuous driver MVR monitoring, combined with a fleet safety program and other behavioral monitoring tools, is the ideal solution for effectively monitoring drivers’ risk profiles, ensuring compliance and safety, reducing liability, and minimizing business losses for any industry that employs drivers.
SuperVision provides Driver License Monitoring services and Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) to nearly every industry across the United States. From trucking & transportation to utilities & communications to transit & ride share, SuperVision is the preferred provider of Driver MVR Monitoring & Safety and Performance Management.