Press Release

ATA Announces DriverFacts Renewed as Featured Product Provider

Apr 06, 2017

Arlington, Va. – Today, American Trucking Associations and DriverFacts, a leading provider of trucking industry compliance solutions, announced they have renewed their ATA Featured Product provider agreement.

“From helping to provide the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration with industry feedback on a national drug and alcohol clearinghouse rule, to encouraging skills-based driver training requirements, ATA continues to help trucking companies improve their safety performance, ” said ATA President and CEO Chris Spear. “We understand the importance of maintaining accurate employment data and are confident that DriverFacts’ mission is aligned with our own.”

DriverFacts is a web-based system designed to help carriers streamline management of driver records with secure, efficient and customized employment data solutions. Their system drives employee efficiencies and operational cost savings by freeing carriers from manual processing and allowing them to gain powerful business insights from their data.

Services provided by DriverFacts include automated responses to incoming work history verification requests from prospective employers; a Drug & Alcohol Assistant that provides efficient and compliant management of driver drug and alcohol testing to accelerate the pre-employment process; a DriverPortal that automates driver requests for corrections and rebuttals to information appearing on their work history reports; automated employment verification when making hires; and fully customizable reports that show valuable insights, including which current employees’ records are being searched, empowering carriers to focus on retaining drivers at the highest risk of leaving. Features of DriverFacts solutions include paperless storage and automatic image archiving, as well as access to professional customer service support, specialized trainers and experienced programmers.

“As an 11-year member of ATA and a Featured Product provider, DriverFacts supports the ATA’s mission and appreciates their advocacy for the trucking industry,” said Dave Widly, president and CEO of DriverFacts. “Like ATA, our goal is to improve efficiency and profitability within the industry while maintaining a primary focus on safety. Our solutions improve processes within safety, HR and recruiting departments, and our data and reporting capabilities can help management and leadership make informed decisions that improve operations across their company. DriverFacts continues to evolve with our customers to provide them with the tools they need to thrive. With retention becoming more important than ever, our newest system developments focus on allowing carriers to use DriverFacts as a ​360-degree platform that provides visibility on retention, recruiting and most importantly, driver safety.”

A complete list of ATA Featured Product companies is available at or by calling 866-821-3468.

Manual employment verification processing becomes a thing of the past with DriverFacts. We work as an extension of your compliance department to automate responses to incoming work history requests and archive your data in a cost-effective and timely manner (and without paper!). Our top-notch development and customer service teams work with carriers to develop customized solutions based on individual needs. Plus, YOUR information remains YOURS. You retain ownership of employment data, and our real-time system updates provide you with assurance that your information will always be up-to-date. Partner with DriverFacts to manage driver records, so you can focus on the business of trucking, not pushing papers. To learn more visit

American Trucking Associations is the largest national trade association for the trucking industry. Through a federation of 50 affiliated state trucking associations and industry-related conferences and councils, ATA is the voice of the industry America depends on most to move our nation’s freight. Follow ATA on Twitter or FacebookTrucking Moves America Forward