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Answer Thte answer is 10 years the Trucking co. can and will check 10 years as a retired driver I know tis is so...
For drivers lisence I heard they can go back 3 years.
Answer from a General Insurance Agent . They can go back as far as they want too. But most insurers will only be interested in the last 3 to 5 years of your driving record.…
Your question most likely depends on the state. In MA they can look back 6 years. Your best bet is to go with a car insurance company that will not do a record check before gi…ving you a quote. 4autoinsurancequote does not check records, and I'm sure other sites do as well. A Google search will probably return a few results.
Yes. Plan on it. Answer yes, your driving record can be checked by your insurance company and other companies if you got in a car accident.....
No they do not,because it costs them ,if you don't give them a reason to check it,for example get in a accident thats YOUR fault,then chances are they won't be checking your …record,and ANYBODY that tells you different is UNINFORMED.
This is how they evaluate the risk that you pose. Insurance companies use many different variables to evaluate the risk of a loss occurring. Driving record is only one of …these factors. A person who receives several tickets for speeding or other violations will have an accident, guaranteed.
Your DMV records encompass your entire driving history from the date you first got your license issued.
Answer this question...checked your insurance
Employment history, or driving record? They'll look at your driving record for at least seven years, but, as far as insurance purposes are concerned, the last three years are …the ones which matter. DAC reports go back ten years, with the first seven years being full disclosure - after that, it just verifies you were employed. You are required to list ALL previous employment for the last seven years when you apply to a company, and ALL previous USDOT regulated transportation jobs for the last ten years.
They can look as far back as they want to. Though most will only look for 5 years.
This will vary in different states. I know in Georgia an insurance company can request a report for 3 years or 7 years. Most insurance companies request the 3 year report beca…use their rating plan is based on 3 years driving record. It also costs a good bit more to get a 7 year record instead of the 3 year record. I have one company that rates based on 5 years so they get the 7 year record. Lots of times people think that tickets and accidents fall off their record after 3 years but this isn't true. Tickets and Accidents are on your record forever. The only thing that varies is the time period covered by the report that is sold to outside companies.
Most insurance companies go as far as 5 years. However, in some states they can go as far as 10 years also.
Licensce reveals how many points they have previously received and criminal record would show any driving offences.
they certainly will before they decide to insure you.