No, we can’t process MVRs for individuals due to privacy regulations. You may want to contact the DMV in your state for a copy of your own driver record.

No, DMVs don’t offer certified MVRs to third-party providers or for instant results. For certified MVRs, you need to contact the DMV directly.

Before you can get a driver record for employment purposes, you must notify the individual in writing – in a document consisting solely of this notice – that a report may be used. You also must get the person’s written authorization before you ask a CRA for the report. There are legal consequences for employers who fail to get an applicant’s permission before requesting a consumer report or who fail to provide pre-adverse action disclosures and adverse action notices to unsuccessful job applicants. The FCRA allows individuals to sue employers for damages in federal court. A person who successfully sues is entitled to recover court costs and reasonable legal fees. The law also allows individuals to seek punitive damages for deliberate violations. In addition, the Federal Trade Commission, other federal agencies, and the states may sue employers for noncompliance and obtain civil penalties.

MVRonline offers instant access to MVRs in 46 states. Depending on the size of your order, most MVR results are returned within seconds.

Oregon, Alaska, and Hawaii are non-instant MVR states. For these states, you need to contact us to process a MVR order. Some of these states require a state-specific form that needs to be filled out by the driver and employer

Yes, once you create an account with MVRonline, you can order MVRs 24/7.

Typically, when you can’t upload a consent form it is because the PDF file is too large. The max size is 2 MB. You can Click Here to use a third-party service to reduce the size of PDF files for free.

If you’re having issues with saving information into the system could be because you’re using an outdated version of your internet browser. Below are the links to download the latest version of browsers:

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100% of information in the MVR comes directly from each state’s DMV. MVRonline doesn’t have a database of drivers or manipulate any information. However, there could be mistakes or typos in the information that’s reported in the driver record. Contact us at if you believe that the MVR is missing information or if some information is incorrect. We can dispute any inquiries directly with the state’s DMV if you have proof that the MVR is indeed incorrect.

MVRonline does not offer refunds for MVRs that have been processed. States’ DMVs charge a state fee regardless of the outcome in the MVR – even when the driver is not found in their system. Before ordering a MVR, make sure that the license number, full name and date of birth match exactly what’s on the driver’s license.

Have questions about Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) or about how to order them? Take a look at our most commonly asked questions. Don’t see the answer you need? Just let us know!