Can I Find a DAC Report on Myself?

A truck driver’s DAC (Drive-A-Check) report highlights his employment history with other truck driving companies, as well as his motor vehicle record, or MVR. If negative information is in the DAC report, it can prevent the driver from gaining employment as a trucker. A trucker is entitled to one free copy of his DAC each year. DAC reports were originally issued by US Investigations Services, a commercial services business. In 2008, USIS merged with HireRight, a company that provides on-demand background checks. As of 2011, HireRight is responsible for issuing driver DAC reports
Contact HireRight at 800-381-0645 to request a copy of the USIS Consumer Report Request Form. This form can also be downloaded and printed from the USIS website (see link in Resources).
Complete the request form by entering information, such as your name, Social Security number, date of birth and contact information. In Section 3 of the form, select the options that are labeled “Employment History Information” and “Motor Vehicle Report Information.”
Submit the completed form, along with the required processing fee, to the address that is listed on the form. As of March 2011, the processing fee for a DAC report is $10. If you are entitled to a free copy of your DAC report, specify this in Section 4 of the request form. Wait to receive a copy of your DAC report in the mail. This can take up to 15 days from the date your request is received and processed by HireRight.
Alternatively, you can apply for a copy of your DAC report online if you don’t want to mail in a request form (see link in Resources). For an online request, a valid credit card is needed. Upon submitting an online request form, your DAC report will be mailed to you within 15 business days.