MorphoTrust and the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles Partner to Enhance Customer Service and Deter Fraud

Tablet-based Driver Skills Testing Solution Assists NDMV Examiners

MorphoTrust RoadTest to enhance customer serviceMorphoTrust USA announced today that it has partnered with the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (NDMV) to enhance customer service and deter fraud with MorphoTrust® RoadTest, their tablet-based industry-leading driver skills testing solution.

RoadTest‘s easy-to-use, intuitive interface will increase NDMV examiner productivity and improve accuracy by replacing the current paper based system. This portable testing solution is FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) and AAMVA-compliant (American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators) and will provide faster and more accurate scoring, eliminate manual data entry and help deter fraud.

The NDMV is looking forward to continuing to work with MorphoTrust with the implementation of RoadTest into all 96 Nebraska testing locations. We are truly excited about the increased efficiency this will bring our Examiners to help increase productivity and catch fraudulent transactions. But most of all, we are proud to provide convenience and enhanced customer service to the drivers of Nebraska.
Rhonda Lahm, Director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles

RoadTest will replace paper-based processes for all aspects of basic operator, CDL (Commercial Driver License) and motorcycle driver skills testing, and will work seamlessly with the existing MorphoTrust® AutoTest driver knowledge testing solution currently installed in Nebraska today.

Through the use of RoadTest, NDMV examiners will be able to perform all parts of a driver skills test including pre-trip inspections, basic skills tests and road tests, all on a portable handheld tablet PC that is both lightweight and ruggedized. Examiners are able to select items from a checklist or pull-down menu easily and send results automatically back to the NDMV Central Server. RoadTest‘s pen-based data capture and advanced handwriting recognition algorithm allow examiners to capture hand-written notes and signatures with highly accurate results and automatically convert handwritten notes to text format. Additionally, RoadTest‘s GPS tracking functionality records the exact driven route and vehicle speeds to help identify possible fraudulent activity and enhance driver/passenger safety.

MorphoTrust is honored to continue to grow our longstanding partnership with the State of Nebraska by adding RoadTest to the list of solutions and products we already manage for the State today. Our RoadTest and AutoTest solutions have been selected by over 20 other North American states for automating their driver knowledge and skills testing processes and we’re positive that Nebraska will benefit from this solution like others have.
Bob Eckel, President and CEO, MorphoTrust USA

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