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Old 09-09-2007, 02:47 PM
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want your dac report? go here


How Do I Contact DAC To Get My Report?
call the DAC Consumer Department: 1-800-381-0645 (m-f 8-5 central)
visit website: http://www.usis.com/commercialservic...on/default.htm
Note: Of Course, You CANNOT get a copy online, you must call OR write them to get a copy of your DAC report.
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Old 09-15-2007, 01:00 AM
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i believe the only way to get a dac report is to write them and send the appropriate info... to get the address you can call them but wont take orders over the phone
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:03 PM
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I haven't looked at the website that was provided by the driver above. However, you must submit a written request along with your C.D.L. Number and Social Security Number.

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U.S.I.S.
Attention: Consumers
P.O. Box 33181
Tulsa, OK 74153

It was ironic because when I had left my company no one had slammed my D.A.C. All the companies couldn't verify my employment because my employer requested payment for that information. No other company wanted to pay so the D.A.C. report was the only way they could verify employment. I had to call the Safety Dept. and ask them to slam my D.A.C. Too funny!!! I would have never done it if someone could have verified employment otherwise. Obviously, an oversight on someone's behalf in Safety!!! I guess I would have a clean D.A.C. if I hadn't called them. SIGH!!! :roll: 8)
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Old 09-25-2007, 06:41 PM
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I've heard if you're late for a load this will show up on the dac. Is this true?
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Old 09-25-2007, 07:57 PM
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I've heard if you're late for a load this will show up on the dac. Is this true?
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Old 09-25-2007, 08:03 PM
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I've heard if you're late for a load this will show up on the dac. Is this true?
Other than safety related information, ie accidents, companies can only place short descriptions in your DAC file. If you get fired for being late too often they might say something like; Terminated: Performance issues or something along those lines, but they are not going to itemize every time you are late on a load.

Also it has been my experience that it takes a lot of tardiness for companies to actually fire a driver for it. The common practice is to starve them out by giving them shorter run with lots of time built into them which cuts into your check so bad that a driver is forced out. Then they just put on your DAC Quit.
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Old 09-25-2007, 11:15 PM
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I've heard if you're late for a load this will show up on the dac. Is this true?
Other than safety related information, ie accidents, companies can only place short descriptions in your DAC file. If you get fired for being late too often they might say something like; Terminated: Performance issues or something along those lines, but they are not going to itemize every time you are late on a load.

Also it has been my experience that it takes a lot of tardiness for companies to actually fire a driver for it. The common practice is to starve them out by giving them shorter run with lots of time built into them which cuts into your check so bad that a driver is forced out. Then they just put on your DAC Quit.




With many of the big carriers how would you know the difference between a good driver that quit and a bad one ?
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Old 09-25-2007, 11:46 PM
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I had friends that didn't give two week notices where I work and they slammed their D.A.C. by saying "Left Involuntarily". Both of them were owed huge sums of money by the company due to breakdowns and long stays in motel rooms which they were not reimbursed for prior to their departures.

Other companies know the company's policy on the way they slam people's D.A.C.s so it didn't matter to either one of them getting hired by other companies. So primarily if you company has a reputation for not being fair to drivers other companies will disregard some of the garbage on the D.A.C.

It always behooves you to try to get some of it off prior to departing your current employer. Someone told me that they are like credit reports once it's on the D.A.C. it's hard to get it off!!! 8) :roll:

I also wander how anyone would know that you are a good driver [no service failures] because you certainly can't tell that by looking at a D.A.C. report.
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Old 09-27-2007, 04:06 PM
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Old 10-03-2007, 10:43 PM
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I wonder if it is possible to request a copy from your current employer if they ran one before hiring?
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