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4SafeDrivers.com-Driving Records for New York Residents
“4SafeDrivers.com- A Comprehensive Guide to New York Driving Records”
4SafeDrivers.com recently announced that New York residents now have access to their comprehensive driving record via the company’s online portal. http://www.4SafeDrivers.com’s online platform offers consumers and business owner’s access to needed documents through its simple site navigation tools and resources.
Driving records for New York state residents contain information about license suspensions and moving violations, listing the details of each infraction separately. While the Department of Motor Vehicles strives to ensure that information contained within these reports is accurate, mistakes do happen and inaccuracies can be overlooked. For example, a paid moving violation ticket may remain on a record, or information that was to be removed after the specified length of time is still listed.
A person’s driving record is viewed by auto insurance companies and many potential employers as one gauge of the individual’s level of risk, and as a prediction of future behavior. Therefore, poor driving records often result in job offer rescind notices and auto insurance rate increases.
Most New York drivers request their records as a reaction to negative news, such as auto insurance rate increases or notice of a job offer rescinded following a background check. However, consumers that understand how information contained within their driving records can negatively impact them when incorrect review their reports regularly.
When New York state residents visit the online portal, they simply click on their state, fill out a short form, submit payment and they are granted access to their comprehensive driving record. No confusing instructions or length delays; just three simple steps that grant access to the information requested.
In addition to providing access to New York driving records, 4SafeDrivers.com provides information regarding local and online drivers education courses, defensive driving courses, an auto insurance buyer’s guide and ability to receive and compare quotes, and business accounts that enable employers to pre-screen candidates via criminal and driving record history.
4SafeDrivers.com is a comprehensive online resource for individual drivers as well as employers. Employers seeking to complete comprehensive employee screening can locate employee criminal and driving records simply and easily! Driving Record information, defensive driving course overviews and availability, information about online driver’s education courses and auto insurance quotes and comparisons are at the touch of the website visitor’s fingertips.
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California, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York and Colorado Top the Nation in Clean-Energy Leadership
Clean Edgeâs “U.S. Clean Energy Leadership Index” Provides Companies, Investors, and Governments with Critical Data and Insights on the Clean-Energy Landscape
Clean Edgeâs second annual U.S. Clean Energy Leadership Index, released today, provides the industryâs most comprehensive and objective analysis and ranking of how all 50 states, and the individuals, businesses, and organizations that operate there, compare across the clean-energy spectrum. According to Clean Edgeâs assessment and ranking of more than 70 different indicators in technology, policy, and capital, the top 10 states in the nation are California, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York, Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Minnesota, Connecticut, and Vermont.
Key market indicators tracked by Clean Edge include total electricity produced by clean-energy sources, hybrid and electric vehicles on the road, clean-energy venture and patent activity, and policy regulations and incentives. The 2011 Leadership Index paints an important and insightful picture of the U.S. clean-energy landscape. Based on this analysis the bottom 10 states in this yearâs rankings (placing 41st through 50th) are Oklahoma, Wyoming, Alaska, North Dakota, Louisiana, Nebraska, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and West Virginia.
Highlights from this yearâs research include:
- Three states now generate more than 10 percent of their utility-scale electricity from wind, solar, and/or geothermal. Iowa leads the nation with 15.4 percent of its electricity now generated from wind power, followed by North Dakota (11.99 percent from wind) and California (10.06 percent from wind, solar, and geothermal).
- Top-ranked Californiaâs longtime commitment to clean energy has put the state far ahead of the pack in terms of technology deployment and capital creation. The stateâs burgeoning clean-energy industry brings in more venture capital than all other states combined.
- Idaho leads the U.S. in clean electricity as a percentage of its total generation â at an astounding 84 percent â when you include hydro and biomass. Other states that get more than 60 percent of their electricity from renewable sources including hydro and biomass are Washington (71.59 percent), South Dakota (65 percent), and Oregon (63.84 percent).
- Oklahoma had more new EVs registered last year than any other state, but the number is somewhat misleading. Two of the nationâs largest rental car agencies register their vehicles in Oklahoma, accounting for the stateâs high ranking for EV registrations in 2010. Without that statistical anomaly, California is the nationâs EV leader.
- Michigan held the top spot in clean-energy patents for 2010 with 192 patents. Leading the charge is General Motors, which is reinventing itself as a sustainable transportation leader. GM received more clean-energy patents last year than any other company in the U.S., with 135 patents registered in 2010.
- Mississippi, which ranks in the bottom 10 of the overall Leadership Index, is aggressively pursuing clean-tech manufacturing as it aims to garner its share of the clean-tech market. In the past year, the state has attracted a host of clean-tech companies to build manufacturing facilities and plants there, including California-based solar company Stion Solar Panels and Texas-based biofuel company KiOR. This shows that even low-ranking states are beginning to aggressively target clean-tech companies and services for their job creation and capital attraction, and are likely to rise in the ranks.
âThis yearâs Leadership index shows that clean-energy activity is dispersed across the nation, with leaders on both coasts and in between,â says Clean Edge managing director Ron Pernick. âWhile the industry faces many challenges, including strong national-level commitments in China and Germany against the backdrop of uncertain federal leadership here, the U.S. is still a relevant clean-energy innovator as exhibited by the state-level movements tracked in this yearâs Leadership index.â
About the U.S. Clean Energy Leadership Index
Clean Edgeâs U.S. Clean Energy Leadership Index tracks and analyzes the clean-energy economies of all 50 states. The detailed information (data from more than 70 indicators) covers technology, policy, and capital infrastructures for the clean-energy ecosystem. The subscription product is geared toward corporations, economic development agencies, investors, policy makers, technology innovators, foundations, and other stakeholders actively involved in the clean-tech marketplace.
Clean Edge leverages public and private data to generate each stateâs leadership scores. Private data partners include Cleantech Group, R.L. Polk & Co., and Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C. Public data sources include the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy (DSIRE), Energy Star, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Energy Information Administration, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
A summary of the index is available at http://www.cleanedge.com/leadership/.
About Clean Edge:
Clean Edge, the world’s first research and advisory firm devoted to the clean-tech sector, delivers comprehensive insights to corporations, investors, governments, and other key stakeholders. The company integrates timely clean-tech data with expert analysis to provide critical intelligence to its clients and subscribers. Covering the entire clean-tech ecosystem, the firmâs offerings include subscription publications and related advisory services, industry-leading sponsored reports, the annual Clean-Tech Investor Summit, and benchmark clean-tech stock indices. To keep abreast of the latest clean-tech trends or learn more about Clean Edge, its partners, and services, visit http://www.cleanedge.com.
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Clean Edge, Inc.
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Clean Edge, Inc.
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4SafeDrivers.com Provides Colorado Residents Easy Access to Driving Records “4SafeDrivers.com- A Comprehensive Guide to Colorado Driving Records”
“4SafeDrivers.com- A Comprehensive Guide to Colorado Driving Records”
4SafeDrivers.com now offers driving records access to Colorado residents. http://www.4SafeDrives.com is an online portal offering valuable driving information to local residents; driving records, an auto insurance comparison guide and portal, employee screening access for employers and even comprehensive information about available driver’s education courses.
While many Colorado residents request their driving records when something needs to be addressed, those that understand the true value of accessing this information do so regularly.
An individual’s Colorado driving record contains information about driving violations and/or suspensions, listing information about each infraction individually. While the Department of Motor Vehicles works to ensure that this recorded information is accurate, in many cases an individual’s driving report contains inaccuracies.
For example, tickets that have been paid may not be removed from the driving record, causing your annual auto insurance rates to be higher than necessary. Driving record inaccuracies can also become detrimental during a job search, as information contained on a Colorado driving record is used as a gauge the individual’s risk as a potential hire.
Information presented on the 4SafeDrivers.com website simplifies the process of obtaining one’s driving record. From the home page, visitors simply click on the state of Colorado, fill out a one-page form, submit payment and their driving record information becomes available.
In addition to Colorado driving record information, 4SafeDrivers.com visitors will have access to an auto insurance resource center and business platform offering the ability for employers to pre-screen applicants. The auto insurance resource center provides visitors with an auto insurance buyer’s guide and the ability to quote premiums amongst the nation’s highest ranked insurance companies. For businesses looking to pre-screen potential hires, access to driving record histories as well as criminal histories is available when a private business account has been established.
4SafeDrivers.com is a comprehensive online resource for individual drivers as well as employers. Employers seeking to complete comprehensive employee screening can locate employee criminal and driving records simply and easily! Driving record information, defensive driving course overviews and availability, information about online driver’s education courses and auto insurance quotes and comparisons are at the touch of the website visitor’s fingertips.
Posted On: Cartersville, GA August 16, 2011