LexisNexis Claims MVR How to Read the Report ®

Claims MVR How to Read the Report
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LexisNexis®Claims MVR
How to Read the Report
October 2011
07/10
Claims MVR How to Read the Report
INS0060
07/10
LexisNexis® Claims MVR
How to Read the Report
October 2011
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How to Read Claims MVR Report
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Claims MVRSM +RZWR5HDGWKHReport
LexisNexis Claims MVR (Driving History) is an automated method of verifying a person's driving history. The Claims MVR contains your
order information, individual driver information, and driving history.
Sections in the MVR Report
This sample LexisNexis Motor Vehicle Report contains the following sections:
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Claim Number/Quoteback
Driver Information Section
Driver's License Information Section
Miscellaneous State Specific Information Section
Driving Record Section
LexisNexis Messages
Sample LexisNexis Claims MVR Report
Claim Number/Quoteback
(1) Claim Number - Insurance company claim number that was entered on the request form.
(2) Quoteback Account number and suffix of adjuster ordering the report, followed by the order ID.
Driver Information
This section lists personal information about the driver from your order, and from the DMV.
Driver's License Information
This section reports additional information about the license from the state DMV. If the license has more than 3 restrictions, the
additional restrictions will be shown in the Miscellaneous and State Specific Information section.
Miscellaneous and State Specific Information
This section includes information provided by the state or other information supplied by LexisNexis.
State Information
States may send the following types of information in this section:
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License information
Point information
Restrictions
Endorsements
State disclaimers
Examples of State Disclaimers:
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"No violations or departmental actions during this reporting period"
"No medical or departmental actions during this reporting period"
"No accidents during this reporting period"
"Accidents noted on this document shall not be considered determinative of fault or negligence on the part of the individual"
Driving Record
(3) Type of incident or action:
Code
ACCI
CANC
CONV
DEPT
DISQ
F/R
MISC
Incident/Action Type
Accident
License canceled
Conviction
Departmental Action
Disqualification
Financial Responsibility
Miscellaneous
Code
PROB
REIN
REVO
SUSP
UNCL
VIOL
WARN
Incident/Action Type
Probation
License reinstated
Revocation
License suspended
Unclassified
Violation
Warning
(4) Vio/Sus Date: Date the violation or suspension occurred.
(5) Conv/Rein Date: Date of the conviction or license reinstatement. "CPS/SVC" indicates that LexisNexis has provided the
Standard Violation Code and description.
(6) Description: State DMV description and, when provided, LexisNexis Standard Violation Code (SVC) description. If "CDL: C"
appears in this area, it indicates that this is a commercial violation. This information is supplied by the state. LexisNexis provides the
"CDL:" indicator to note the commercial incident.
(7) Vio/Conv Code: State DMV violation/conviction code.
(8) Pts: Total points assigned by the DMV to the driver. Points are not present for every record and state.
LexisNexis Messages
LexisNexis may send messages regarding the following:
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Restricted information
Examples of LexisNexis messages:
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"***Restricted Information"
This message appears if the driver has restricted personal identification information from being released on his or her MVR.
Error messages:
If your order encounters an error during processing, an error message will appear on your report indicating the type of problem encountered.
In such cases, you will not receive MVR results. If the message begins with "APP ERROR:" or "COMM ERROR:", it indicates that a
communications problem occurred before your order could be processed by the MVR application. You should try sending your order again at
a later time. If you receive any other error messages, please contact LexisNexis Customer Support at 1-800-934-9698 or via e-mail
[email protected]
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