Commercial Drivers are monitored daily, for Convictions
and Suspensions, once traffic violations and accident
cases are pending in State and Federal Courts.
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How Court Viction Monitoring Works

Commercial Drivers are monitored daily for Convictions and Suspensions, once a Traffic Violation or Accident has been filed in a State or Federal Court

When should companies monitor CDL Drivers?

Immediately After A Commercial Drivers has a traffic, or has been involved in an Accident, which will be displayed on a CDR, as well as the court the incident is pending.

  • A Drivers MVR Can Not display traffic violations until a conviction has been entered into the courts.
  • A Drivers CDR Will display traffic violations, within 24 - 48 hours of the incident; Even before a conviction has been entered in the courts.

Why Insurance Carriers Should Monitor CDL Drivers

OrderCDR considers several key factors that are major contributors to many accidents, including a Drivers:

  • Hours of Service
  • Distracted Driving
  • Driving Under The Influence
  • Operating an Unsafe CMV

Insurance Companies can mitigate their Risk, if they find out any of their Insurers (CDL Driver) has been convicted, or put Out of Service.