— PHH Arval, a subsidiary of PHH Corporation, announced on May 6 the introduction of an all-new, PHH InterActive-based motor vehicle records (MVR) application.PHH clients who wish to request motor vehicle records for their current and prospective employees now have a completely paperless way to submit requests. The online MVR application is available for all U.S. states and Canadian provinces, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.PHH's new online MVR system allows clients to request individual, annual, bulk, or accident-related MVR checks online. It sends emails to drivers, who can respond to MVR requests via PHH InterActive for Drivers; this has already resulted in a 25 percent increase in drivers returning their release forms on the first request. It allows managers to obtain forms quickly and easily online, and enables MVR results to be viewed online where permitted by law. Managers can also get status reports on their MVR requests via email or online. And PHH's MVR system features flexible security options to allow client-authorized authorized users throughout the client's organization to access specific MVR information.