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Average fees for motor vehicle reports approach double digits

An updated iiX analysis confirms that motor vehicle report (MVR) fees have continued to increase over the past decade, during which time state registry fees reached a cumulative 50 percent rise nationwide. Across the country, the average MVR fee stood at $9.64 as of January 1, 2017, compared with roughly $6.50 ten years ago.

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Update: Texas Driver Record Monitoring Service coming soon

As anticipated, it appears that the Texas Driver Monitoring Service (DRMS) is on track to launch by early 2017, according to what we are being told by the state. The program will enable both employers and insurers to monitor driving records of Texas-licensed employees and insured drivers for adverse activity, such as a driver’s license status change or a new moving violation.

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The reason we make those ‘best of’ lists? Our employees

iiX’s parent company, Verisk Analytics, was recently recognized by Forbes magazine as one of its Just 100: America’s Best Corporate Citizens. This distinguishing honor is accompanied by being named by Forbes for a second consecutive year as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies and also named by the magazine as one of America’s Best Employers. This places us among the ranks of many well-known companies.

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Texas Driver Record Monitoring Service update

As reported late last year, iiX was selected to participate in a pilot of the Texas Driver Record Monitoring Service (DRMS). The DRMS program will enable both employers and insurers to monitor driver records of Texas-licensed employees and insured drivers for adverse activity, such as a driver license status change or a new moving violation.

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