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What does Roadie's background checks include?

For the safety of our community, Roadie performs a criminal background check that includes national, state and local criminal checks and sex offender registry checks, and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) on all Drivers prior to performing their first Gig. Before we begin a background check, we require your consent. To start the process, we require Drivers to provide a valid driver’s license and Social Security Number.

In order to pass the background checks, Drivers must have:

  • A valid, active, permanent (not permit) U.S. drivers license
  • No major moving violations, such as DUIs or reckless driving, in the past five years
  • No more than three minor moving violations, such as speeding tickets or failure to obey traffic laws, in the past three years
  • No drug-related convictions in the past five years
  • No cell phone or distracted driving violations in the past year
  • No more than two accidents in the past three years
  • No violent crimes, felonies, sexual offenses, or theft at any time

The background check is free of charge, and there is no credit check.

All Drivers who consent to a background check will receive a complimentary copy of their background check report from the CRA by email within 30 days of completion.

For more information on the background check process, please read the Background Check Disclosure, FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) rules and our Terms and Conditions.

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    Jerome Mosley

    Unfair and discriminatory background check appears to sideline potential applicants especially when I have no felonies and hold a security clearance within the federal government.

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    Dennis Zeigler

    Driving a vehicle that was out of inspection (and then clearing that up) nearly two years ago is a major moving violation? I have no tickets or anything else other than that; just forgot to get an inspection once and paid the fine and cleared it up.

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    Abraham Cotto

    I been a taxi driver for 8 years, I help people make their connections. Have a CDL .Do courier delivery service. Unfair
    To treat the honest working man by rejecting him on mistakes you are still punishing him for .when fines were paid and time was served. I'm 40 years of age now. Do you need references?

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    Robert Joseph

    Unfairness, I currently drive for multiple other companies with no problem.

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