Commercial Employers

Adult Desk

Apply for an EPN requester account or access your current requester account.

Learn how commercial employers can apply for the Employer Pull Notice (EPN) program, manage drivers, make changes, request records, and more.

How to Enroll in the EPN Program

Commercial employers can apply to the EPN program and manage their EPN requests and reports online. The online service has all the features of the traditional program, but saves you paper, postage and processing time. Visit the EPN online requester to get started.

How to Enroll Drivers

Enroll drivers directly from your online EPN account dashboard.

If you don’t have online access, there are two different driver enrollment forms, depending on if the drivers have a California driver’s license (DL) or out-of-state DL:

Mail your completed form(s) to the address on the form. 


If you have an online EPN account, you can pay online.

  • $5 for each enrolled driver. For accounts with 10 or fewer drivers, payment is due upon the viewing of notices. For accounts with more than 10 drivers, DMV will invoice monthly.
  • $1 for each annually generated report and each action/activity report.

How to Delete Drivers

Manage drivers directly from your online EPN account dashboard.

If you don’t have online access, complete a Commercial Employer Pull Notice Enrollment or Deletion of Drivers and Instructions (INF 1100) and mail it to the address on the form. For drivers with an out-of-state license, use the driver’s assigned “X” number on the form. Employers must notify DMV immediately when a driver’s employment is terminated to avoid being sent and billed for unnecessary driver records.

These fees are nonrefundable. Do not use the same form to add and delete drivers.

How to Make Changes

With an online EPN account, you can manage changes directly from your dashboard.

If you don’t have online access:

How to Request Records

You can request records directly from your online EPN account dashboard.

If you don’t have online access, there are three ways to request a copy of driver records for a prospective hire or casual driver:

Billing, Invoicing, and Payment

When you enroll in the EPN program, we will also give you an ABIS account number for automated billing (this number is different from your EPN requester code)

  • If you have 10 or fewer drivers enrolled in your account, you will pay each time you receive a pull notice and you will receive invoices to your online account. If you have more than 10 drivers, you will receive invoices to your online account and in the mail on the following schedule:
    • If you have less than $5 in charges on your account, DMV will send quarterly invoices.
    • If you have $5 or more in charges on your account, DMV will send monthly invoices.
    • If you have a minus (−) behind the dollar amount on your invoice, this is a credit and no payment is due. 

Payment is due upon receipt of invoice. To avoid processing delays, detach the remittance slip from the invoice statement and submit original remittance with check or money order to the DMV address shown on the invoice. If we do not receive payment within 30 days from the date of the invoice, we will send a delinquent notice to the account holder (employer). If payment is not received within 30 days from delinquent notice, we may close the account.

Once an account is closed for nonpayment, it cannot be restored and you must establish a new account. You must submit full payment of the outstanding balance and a $5 fee for each reenrolled driver to reapply for the EPN program. We will not accept a new EPN application until the delinquent amount has been paid.

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.

Mail payments to:

Department of Motor Vehicles
ABIS Account Support – MS H186
PO Box 944231
Sacramento, California 94244-2310

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