DAC Report | DAC Report For CDL Drivers
The DAC report is used when you apply for a job as a truck driver. The first thing the prospective carrier will check is your DAC report. If there are any negative entries, you could have a hard time finding truck driver employment. Trucking companies often report false entries to a CDL drivers DAC report.
Your DAC report has two parts: the first part is your MVR, and the second part is your work record, where your past employers have reported entries on you.
HireRight DAC Trucking Solutions handles your driver DAC report. Even though it is not legal, trucking companies are able to report false claims to your DAC and you may be left with a ruined driving career.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act, the same law that protects your credit report, covers reporting false entries on your DAC report.
Free Copy Of Your Dac Report
CDL drivers may request at any time a free copy of their DAC report prepared by HireRight, by completing and submitting the form on HireRight's web site. HireRight also provides you a list of all trucking companies who have received your background report during the last 2 years from HireRight. After requesting your DAC report it comes to you in the mail in about two to three weeks.
Dispute The Accuracy Of Your Dac Report
If you believe that any information in your Dac report is inaccurate or incomplete, you can file a dispute with HireRight for free. The dispute investigation can take up to 30 days. Before filing a dispute with HireRight, make sure you have a copy of your Dac report. HireRight needs to be sure they are investigating the correct information.