How to Pull Up Someone's Driving History Online 


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Do you want to screen a potential employee or a driver for your company that could possibly endanger you or your business?

Or do you need to find out if someone has a history of severe driving offenses, such as reckless driving or drunk driving charges (DUI)?

If that’s you, don’t worry because you're not alone. There are millions of parents, employers and other people who are concerned about entering into a new relationship with someone and want to know the truth about that person. For example, many parents are worried about whether or not their daughter will be safe while driving around with a new boyfriend, etc.

As a matter of fact, many companies require their potential employees and job applicants to present a clean driver's record before even considering looking at their resumes. As a result, the driving records provision industry has grown into a huge market with several multi-million dollar operations that offer this kind of information.

Now, to make this clear – Search and Spy won't help you bring up someone's driving "abstract" or actual insurance records. That kind of information can only be obtained by law enforcement personnel or similar government agencies. In most cases, to obtain someone’s driving records, all other individuals and agencies will require a signed letter of authorization from that person.

However, you probably aren’t really interested in speeding and parking. The more serious offenses that are related to driving, such as DUI charges, moving vehicle mischief, stunting and other kinds of criminal code offenses can indeed be accessed and traced back to an individual -- right at your home computer.

(Some speeding tickets may actually be located online too, if the applicable court system keeps those files in its database.)

Below is a small sample of what you can discover by using Search and Spy in just a matter of minutes:

* Driving related criminal charges

* Driving related civil lawsuits (accidents, complaints, and so on)

* DUI charges (and their court filings)

* And much more…

However, finding these kinds of records is certainly not a walk in the park. Try searching on Google or other major conventional search engines and you'll just get an endless supply of companies that provide you with paid reports. You might find some government forms that offer a lookup for the actual driver you’re investigating if you’re his or her employer, but that’s about the best thing you’ll come across.

The reason for this is because you need to search through the huge volume of court records databases. And these are not easy to find at all, especially if the driving record was filed in a small county court or other region specific court.

That's where Search and Spy comes in.

We connect you directly to a comprehensive listing of hundreds of unique court record databases and searchable websites for each available US state, county and municipality -- most of which are difficult to find and not commonly used by people other than private investigators, attorneys or law enforcement agencies.

In short, Search and Spy turns your computer into your very own private investigator!

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