Fleet Monitor

Info Cubic provides a fleet monitoring product for employee driving record checks

Info Cubic’s Fleet Monitoring solution provides an online, automated system to provide you with the critical information you need to maintain a safe and qualified driver fleet.

The system manages all driver data and automatically checks for new violations, DUI/DWI convictions, invalid licenses and approaching license or medical certification expiration dates. On a monthly basis, concise reports identify new citations and actions, and alerts users to the most critical driver behavior issues. In addition, the system utilizes a common coding system for violations, license status and crashes, which provides a single standardized “score” to assess individual driver performance independent of each state’s point system.

  • Highlights only those drivers with recent MVR activity and provides timely alerts.
  • Allows designation of driver type (CDL vs. non-CDL) for various reporting and status checks such as DOT medical certifications.
  • Monitors and reports on drivers by type, location or division.
  • Provides immediate access to different MVR types, where available.
  • Sets policy for annual MVR purchases for your CDL drivers (manually, on date-of-hire, at a specific date or dynamically).
  • Provides effective, efficient and rapid application of driver management policies across geographic or jurisdiction boundaries.
  • Schedules appropriate online driver training classes for high-risk drivers.
  • Summarizes all recent driver activity into a simple, user-friendly dashboard.
  • Archives reports and individual driver data in a secure database for viewing 24/7.

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Recommended for

Any risk adverse organization with a driver fleet. By continuously monitoring, normalizing and scoring motor vehicle records (MVRs) and correlating other data sources, this system will help organizations identify high-risk drivers, modify behavior, reduce accidents and ensure compliance while lowering costs – ultimately improving driver and community safety.


Motor vehicle records are obtained directly from each state’s department of motor vehicles. In some states, county court activity may trigger an official MVR report being pulled to verify whether a driver’s MVR report has new activity.

Turnaround Time

After initial baseline MVRs are pulled, the system will monitor a driver’s activity on a monthly basis, where available.

Information Required

Driver’s name, date of birth, driver’s license number and state of issue.

Results Guidelines

The Fleet Monitoring search identifies the name, license issue and expiration date, license status, license number, license type, endorsements, restrictions, driving violations and suspensions. The timing of reports is flexible and can be determined based on the client’s needs. Consultation with qualified legal counsel is recommended for all employment law matters.

Potential Outcome (Result)

Sample Report


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