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DMV.us.org to Include Legit Arrests and Criminal Charges in Their Public Records Reports

February 19, 2013

Expanded reports will give people a more complete picture.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

DMV.us.org is expanding the scope of their driving records reports to include arrests and criminal charges associated with the vehicle stop, company officials said yesterday.

“We’ve realized that just providing the traffic records on their own often doesn’t tell the whole story,” said a company representative. “Often there are other charges that are brought up, which people have a right to know about.”

Many people search DMV.us.org when doing a background check on a potential employee to determine if they are a good driver, the company said, but don’t consider the other elements involved in a traffic stop.

“Say the person’s record only comes back with one speeding conviction,” shared the rep. “That might seem minor. But, what if you also found out that during that stop the cops found two grams of cocaine in the car? That would be information that a potential employee would want to know, because it could change their hiring decision.”

The new reports will include a wealth of information related to traffic stops and will not cost an additional fee.

“There are many criminal charges that can accompany a routing traffic violation,” the company agent said. “People could have guns in the car. They could be picked up on an active arrest warrant. They might be in a stolen car. This is all valuable information for employers to have at their disposal.”

About DMV.us.org:

The DMV.us.org driving records search provides instant information that details a person’s driving history of violations, suspension and more. With thousands of satisfied customers, DMV.us.org is a trusted source for driving record reports. DMV.us.org customer service can be reached through a 24/7 online chat and the toll free number 1-877-888-0889.

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