This will vary in different states. I know in Georgia an insurance company can request a report for 3 years or 7 years. Most insurance companies request the 3 year report because their rating plan is based on 3 years driving record. It also costs a good bit more to get a 7 year record instead of the 3 year record. I have one company that rates based on 5 years so they get the 7 year record. Lots of times people think that tickets and accidents fall off their record after 3 years but this isn't true. Tickets and Accidents are on your record forever. The only thing that varies is the time period covered by the report that is sold to outside companies.
They can look as far back as they want to. Though most will only look for 5 years.
yes. it goes on your record and insurance companys look at you record from time to time
Your driving record is permanent. It never goes away. Fortunately though, Most insurance companies only look back over the last 3 to 5 years of your driving record.
how many years does the usps go back on driving record
Normally accidents don't go on your license record. They go on your insurance history, and most insurance companies look back up to 10 years.
For insurance purposes, three years. Anything further than that is up to the employer - they set their own criteria as to what they'll accept and not accept on a driving record.
in general, yes
Insurance companies look back three years. As for your MVR, it remains on your record either seven or ten years, dependent on your state.
Most insurance companies go as far as 5 years. However, in some states they can go as far as 10 years also.
Auto insurance companies do not chrge you on the status of your credit report. They only look at your driving history.
Claims history and driving record are the most important things in determining a renewel.