Who can use the service?
Access to Florida MVR is restricted to companies who qualify for the service. Our subscriber base includes both large and small employers, insurance agencies, legal and professional industry investigators
Do I have to sign a contract?
The only contract you sign is a Subscription Agreement which governs the use of services provided by Florida MVR Services, Inc. There is no minimum usage contract and you may close your account at any time without penalty; however accounts which remain inactive for 12 consecutive months are subject to an Account Maintenance Fee, equal to $10.00 per month or the account balance, whichever is less.
How will I be charged?
Florida MVR is a transaction-based service with no hidden fees - you pay only for what you order, with prices for each transaction clearly denoted online. After depositing an amount based on your anticipated use, charges are deducted after each report is ordered.
Your Account Information is conveniently broken down by Request Number, Date and User Codes for each session, allowing administrators to manage individual usage. Registered users may review their Account Info instantly online at anytime.
What is the source of the data?
Florida MVR Services has direct instant real-time access to Florida public records. Records from other states are
retrieved from those states through
their authorized gateways or network
How much are the fees?
Fees vary by record-type, state, and
number of years covered for the
records sought. For specific
rates, please refer to following pages for rate information:
Do I have to pay if there is no record found?
Yes, orders are billed for the service provided, not the results. Often a "No Record" can prove to be valuable information as well.
Can Florida MVR obtain a National Crime Information Center report(NCIC)?
No, but we can provide the Multi-State Violent and Sex Offender Database which is available as an
instant report through us. The NCIC Data is available only to Law Enforcement.
Criminal history searches must be ordered at the state or county level. Not all states have state-wide reporting available to non-law enforcement users.
However, all counties are available
for a manual search which we can
Does Florida MVR provide information on minors?
Public records contain limited information on minors. Criminal histories where the minor has been adjudicated as an adult are available. If a minor has a valid driver's license, that is also available.