Learn more about your driver's habits with a motor vehicle report.
If a co-op manager hires a driver with a history of driving under the influence without getting a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR), the manager can expose the business to potentially high liability. In a recent case, a co-op driver eventually caused an accident in the co-op’s vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Taking a preventive step as part of a fleet management program — like using our MVR service — might have helped.
Getting a MVR on the drivers you hire will give you the confidence that you have the right people representing your company on the road.
Commercial agribusiness clients1 who meet underwriting and premium requirements are eligible for Nationwide’s MVR service for a nominal sign-up fee.2
Motor vehicle reports can help you:
- Meet your regulatory requirements. Commercial carriers are required by law to regularly review its drivers’ records to assure safe driving standards are met.
- Keep up with unsafe drivers. A MVR will show previous driving offenses and help alert you to drivers with histories of unsafe driving.
- Protect the future of your business. Even with insurance, the cost of a vehicle accident can dramatically impact your business. If you add up the additional expenses of training replacement workers, repairing vehicles and replacing damaged cargo, it’s easy to see why preventing an accident is so much cheaper than paying for one.
Motor Vehicle Report Service (MVR) (GCO-126 – Commercial)
Motor Vehicle Report Service (MVR) (GPO-278 – Farm)
 Certain account and premium limitations apply. Motor Vehicle Reports are provided by iiX and subsidized by Nationwide commercial agribusiness insurance.
 The California Dept of Transportation requires a separate application and fee. iiX will provide instructions.