What violations on my driving record could keep me from getting a car?

You must not been convicted in the last 5 years of any of the following motor vehicle violations:

- driving while operator’s license is restricted, suspended, revoked or denied
- vehicular manslaughter, negligent homicide, felonious driving or felony with a vehicle
- operating a vehicle while impaired, under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, or refusing a sobriety test
- failure to stop or identify after a crash (includes leaving the scene of a crash; hit and run; giving false information to an officer)
- eluding or attempting to elude a law enforcement officer
- traffic violations resulting in death or serious injury
- any other significant violation warranting restriction or suspension of license

See more in the Maven Gig Member Agreement.