LINCOLN (AP) — Nebraska is making it easier for companies to monitor the driving records of employees who drive professionally.
Nebraska companies are required to submit information regularly about the driving records of anyone using company cars.
Previously, businesses had to submit requests for each employee driving record they wanted and pay $3 each time.
Now, the Department of Motor Vehicles is offering an online service that will send alerts whenever a driver has any new convictions, accidents or withdrawals in his or her record. The new monitoring service costs 6 cents per month.
More details about the service are available online at www.Nebraska.gov in the subscriber services section.
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