Employer Pull Notice EPN Program Commercial Employers
- How to Enroll
- Enrolling California Licensed Drivers
- Enrolling Out-of-State Licensed Drivers
- Requesting Records (Commercial Drivers)
- Deleting Drivers
- EPN Fees
- Automated Billing of Information Service (ABIS)
- Account Changes
- "Remarks" Changes
The following forms must be printed and mailed to the department at the address provided on the forms.
- Application for Employer Pull Notice Account - INF 1104
- Commercial Employer Pull Notice Enrollment or Deletion of Drivers - INF 1100
- Commercial or Government Employer Pull Notice Enrollment of Out-of-State Licensed Drivers - INF 1102
The department cannot accept forms submitted by e-mail at this time
The "Commercial Employer Pull Notice Enrollment or Deletions of Drivers" form (INF 1100) is to be used either for enrolling or deleting drivers.
Note: Do not combine enrolling and deleting drivers on the same form.Back to Top of Page
Employers with drivers licensed in another state that will drive in California must complete the "Commercial or Government Employer Pull Notice Enrollment of Out-of-state Licensed Drivers" form (INF 1102). A driver licensed in another state that does not have a prior California record, will be assigned an index number ("X" number) for tracking purposes. The assigned X number will be shown on the "Driver Record Report".
Note: Deletions must be made on the (INF1100) using the X number assigned to the driver.
- completing commercial record request form INF 1119 and mailing to address on form. Please do not submit payment, a $5 fee will be charged to your EPN account. For more information see requesting forms.
- requiring the prospective hire or casual driver to purchase their own driver record for $5 at their local DMV field office.
- requesting a driver record through a pre-approved vendor (NOTE: A pre-approved vendor list can be obtained by contacting the Account Processing Unit at (916) 657-5564 or online.
CVC 1808.1 immediately upon termination of employment, employers must notify the department to delete the driver by completing the "Commercial Employer Pull Notice Enrollment or Deletion of Drivers" form (INF 1100).
Note: Deletions not promptly reported may result in unnecessary driver records being sent and the subsequent billing for those records. These fees are nonrefundable.Back to Top of Page
An enrollment fee of $5 is due at the time of enrollment for each driver enrolled on a commercial account. If payment is not received with the application, your Automated Billing of Information Services (ABIS) account will be billed. "Annual generated reports," as well as, "Action/Activity Reports" will be billed to your ABIS account at $1 per record.Back to Top of Page
The Automated Billing of Information Services (ABIS) invoice will indicate the account number, invoice number and charges accrued. The ABIS account number and invoice number are different from your Employer Pull Notice (EPN) requester code and are for billing purposes only. If you have less than $5 in charges on your invoice, the invoice will generate quarterly until you have $5 or more and then an invoice will generate monthly. If you have a minus (-) behind the dollar amount on your invoice this is a credit and no payment is due to DMV. If you have mailed payments or correspondence to the ABIS unit, please allow 30 days for ABIS to process your payment. If you need to discuss your account, you must be the contact person and have your account number ready.
Department of Motor Vehicles
ABIS Account Support - H186
P.O. Box 944231
Sacramento, California 94244-2310
Payment is due upon receipt of invoice. To avoid delays in processing, detach remittance slip from invoice statement and submit original remittance with check or money order to the DMV address shown on the invoice. If payment is not received within 30 days from the date of invoice, a delinquent notice will be sent to the account holder (employer). If payment is not received within 30 days from delinquent notice, the account may be closed.
Once an account is closed for non-payment, it cannot be restored and a new account must be established. Full payment of the outstanding balance and a $5 fee for each driver re-enrolled must be submitted to re-apply for the EPN Program. A new EPN application will not be accepted until the delinquent amount has been paid.
The "Commercial Employer Pull Notice Requester Account Notice of Change" (INF 4) is to be used when any changes occur to the company name, address, phone number, or contact person of an employer enrolled in the EPN program. Submit the INF 4 within 10 days of occurrence to avoid delays in receiving the "Driver Record Report" or possible closure due to the department receiving returned, unclaimed mail.
Note: Changes of ownership, including most mergers, require closing the existing account and establishing a new account with the new owner/employer information.Back to Top of Page
To change information in the "remarks" section for an enrolled driver, submit form INF 1100 and mark the appropriate box. Provide updated information in the remarks column. This action will not generate a new record.