- Government Issued ID(i.e. drivers license, passport)
- Professional License
- Business License
- Address Verification (i.e. utility bill, lease)
Each state’s Department of Motor Vehicles has a driving record, officially called a motor vehicle report (MVR), for every driver in the United States. This report contains the status of an individual’s driver’s license, record of traffic accidents, current points on the license, traffic law violations, convictions, fines, and DUIs. Depending on the state, the record may include a complete history or only a history from a certain period. There is a small fee for each MVR request.