SearchQuarry Now Offering Free Lien Records Search Feature
No-charge five-day offer allows users to look up multitude of lien related documents including personal lien records, tax lien records, property lien records vehicle lien records and mechanic lien records.
SearchQuarry.com Now Offering Intuitive Free VIN Decoder Feature
United States-based public records resource utility allows users to search Vehicle Identification Numbers database without going to DMV.
SearchQuarry (SearchQuarry.com), a United States based public records resource, consisting of a paid member's area and several free tools, now offers a way to look up driving records online via its Driving Records Search.
SearchQuarry.com releases a vehicle records search where anyone can enter a VIN or license plate number to view vehicle records, essentially eliminating need to visit DMV.
Traffic citations, depending on the violation, can cause auto insurance rates to significantly increase.There are many factors that an insurance company evaluates to determine what a person's auto insurance rate is; age, gender, years of driving, accidents, and of course traffic citations. The most common reason for insurance rates to sky rocket is traffic citations.
The U.S. spends over $60 billion dollars a year on a penal system that has sustainability issues. Prison populations have radically increased over the last several decades as well as the cost of incarcerating jail and prison inmates.
Every U.S. citizen has a public record, it's how the government keeps track of people. Most of this publicly collected information is available for anyone to see.
Despite having less than 5 percent of the world's population, the United States tops the global list for incarcerations. Nearly one percent of people in the United States has been in or is currently in jail or prison.
As of 2015, drunk driving records have reached an all time high in the United States, resulting in alcohol-induced crashes and deaths averaging once every 51 minutes. Drunk driving is the cause of one in three traffic deaths, costs thousands of dollars for offenders and billions of dollars annually for the country.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics there are millions of outstanding warrants in the United States. Some of these warrants are for traffic citations and civil suits and others are arrest warrants. The arrest warrants are for criminals and those deemed by the courts as un-fit to be in the general public.