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1 6/1/20141 Motor Pool Policies – Permanently Assigned Vehicles Complete and sign the above form. X X

2 6/1/20142 Who Can Drive? Evergreen staff, faculty and students State, federal, county and municipal organization employees Certain volunteers.

3 6/1/20143 Driver Requirements Must have US drivers license (any state) Minimum 2 years driving experience and be at least 18 years old Relatively clean driving record Have a current Travel Authority that covers trips off campus.

4 6/1/20144 Driver Record Requirements None of these offenses within the last 3 yrs: Suspension/revocation of license for reckless driving, hit and run, leaving an accident scene, failure to appear, DUI or other vehicle-related felony. Multiple traffic offenses resulting in a conditional status driving record or subsequent suspension or revocation of license.

5 6/1/20145 To get Evergreen Use Permit View Motor Pool Policies and Procedure slide show. Present valid U.S. drivers license with reasonable driving record. Complete appropriate driver training course: Van Driver for 12 or 15 passenger vans or Wumbus Trucks, Vans, Delivery Vehicles for pickups, trucks and cargo vans.

6 6/1/20146 Use of Evergreen Vehicles Restricted to activities related to official state or college business. This includes: Picking up supplies for work related activities, official functions or other college activities Attending conferences Transporting speakers, performers or people involved in college activities.

7 6/1/20147 Do Not Use Vehicles to Commute back and forth from home. Run personal errands. Transport people, such as hitchhikers, family or friends, who are not part of the activity for which the vehicle is being used. To go into town to pickup coffee, lunch or snacks for yourself. No friends

8 6/1/20148 Travel Authority Needed Travel authority form must be completed if you use an Evergreen vehicle to travel off campus.. Employees who drive Evergreen vehicles on a regular basis should get a blanket travel authority each fiscal year for travel within Western Washington..

9 6/1/20149 Motor Pool Fuel Kardgard card is used to refuel college vehicles and equipment at the Motor Pool

10 6/1/ Kardgard Cards Kardgard cards can be issued to individuals or to groups, i.e. housing, farm. Contact the Motor Pool office to obtain a card. Each card has 4 digit PIN for security. Be sure to enter odometer correctly. Do not enter tenths, i.e. 54,326.5 should be entered as

11 6/1/ Off Campus Fuel/Repairs The Voyager credit card is used to purchase the following off campus: Gas/Oil. All TESC vehicles use standard, unleaded fuel. Premium fuel is not authorized. Minor repairs (less than $300). Emergency purchases of tires and batteries. Towing and repair charges resulting from vehicle breakdown.

12 6/1/ Voyager Card Card may be left in the vehicle or you may need to check it out from department. Cards can also be checked out from Motor Pool office. Cards are not accepted at Arco or Safeway. Pin = 4505

13 6/1/ Voyager Credit Card No Nos Do not use the Voyager card for: Fuel for private vehicles. Parking fees, ferry and bridge tolls. These tolls can be reimbursed via travel expense vouchers. Having chains installed. Food or other supplies.

14 6/1/ Driver Responsibilities Notify your supervisor if your drivers license is suspended or revoked. Use the vehicles for official college purposes only. Restrict passengers to employees, students or other people being transported in the course of official business. Use seat belts..

15 6/1/ Driver Responsibilities Notify the Motor Pool garage if the vehicle is not running well. Lock the vehicle when not in use. Pay any traffic or parking fines resulting from driver negligence No smoking or alcohol consumption allowed in the vehicle.

16 6/1/ Driver Responsibilities Check oil and water levels regularly. Report all accidents or damage to the Motor Pool office. Complete and turn in accident reports to Motor Pool office within 48 hours of accident.

17 6/1/ Repairs/Breakdowns Call the Motor Pool garage at ext If the garage is closed, call the Motor Pool office at ext If you are out of town, you can use the Voyager card to pay for minor repairs.. The Voyager card can also be used for roadside assistance from NAC Fleet Rescue.

18 6/1/ Accidents Stop immediately. If there arent any serious injuries, move your vehicle off the road and turn off the ignition. Make no admissions or take any blame for the accident. Contact the local authorities and request an accident investigation if damage exceeds $700 or anyone is injured. If you are not sure who to call, call 911 and they will send the appropriate authority.

19 6/1/ Accidents All accidents must be reported to the Motor Pool even if no other vehicle was involved or the college vehicle is not damaged In each vehicle there is an accident package containing Vehicle Accident Checklist State Accident form Claims Information Brochure.

20 6/1/ Accidents Continued Use the Vehicle Accident Checklist to record necessary information such as the names and addresses of witnesses, vehicle information and the other drivers data. Give the Claims Information Brochures to the other party involved in the accident. You can also give them the name and telephone number of the Motor Pool Coordinator as a contact. Notify the Motor Pool office about the accident within 48 hours of the accident.

21 6/1/ Accident Form Complete the State Accident Report form. Have your supervisor sign this form. Submit the report to the Motor Pool office within 48 hours of the accident

22 6/1/ Vehicle Insurance Evergreens liability coverage on vehicles is provided through our participation in the Washington State Self Insurance program. This program will pay for damages to property or injuries sustained in an accident when the driver of the colleges vehicle is at fault while operating the vehicle in good faith on official college business.

23 6/1/ Damage to College Vehicle Evergreen does not carry comprehensive or collision insurance on Motor Pool vehicles. The budgetary unit that the vehicle is assigned to is responsible for the costs of repairing Evergreens vehicle unless the damage is covered by the other vehicles insurance.

24 6/1/ Driver Liability Drivers of Evergreens vehicles have the potential for personal liability if the accident occurred due to Gross negligence. (Driving under the influence, reckless driving, excessive speed) If the vehicle was being used for personal or unofficial business.

25 6/1/ Emergency Information Call the Motor Pool office at during normal working hours. After hours or on weekends or holidays, contact Police Services at

26 6/1/ TESC Vehicle Use Permit Quiz 1) Which of the following are legitimate uses of a college vehicle? To attend a conference or equipment show To purchase supplies for the department. To pickup pizza for lunch.

27 6/1/ Quiz #2 2) The driver is responsible for which of the following? Paying traffic or parking fines Filing an accident report with the Motor Pool Notifying the Motor Pool if the vehicle is not running properly. Wearing a seatbelt

28 6/1/ Quiz #3 Which of the following are legitimate uses of the Voyager Credit Card? Gas for personal vehicles Premium Gas Minor emergency repairs Oil Parking Fees

29 6/1/ Quiz #4 To be eligible to drive a van, drivers cannot have had a ticket for speeding within the last 3 years? True False

30 6/1/ Quiz #5 If you are involved in an accident, which of the following are true? You only need to report the accident to the TESC Motor pool if the college vehicle is damaged. If there is more than $700 damage or if anyone is injured, call police for an accident investigation. TESC Motor Pool will fill out the accident forms.

31 6/1/ Quiz #6 Which of the following are examples of a situation where the driver may be responsible for accident related costs? The driver was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The driver was picking up potato salad to take to a potluck at the college. The driver received a ticket for speeding.

32 6/1/ Quiz #7 Who should you call if you have a problem with the vehicle?

33 6/1/ Answer 1) Which of the following are legitimate uses of a college vehicle? To attend a conference or equipment show To purchase supplies for the department. To pickup pizza for a lunch potluck...

34 6/1/ Answer #2 2) The driver is responsible for which of the following? Paying traffic or parking fines Filing an accident report with the Motor Pool Notifying the Motor Pool if the vehicle is not running properly. Wearing a seatbelt

35 6/1/ Answer #3 Which of the following are legitimate uses of the Voyager Credit Card? Gas for personal vehicles Premium Gas Minor emergency repairs Oil Parking Fees Evergreen vehicles use regular unleaded or diesel fuel. Premium fuels are not authorized.

36 6/1/ Answer 4 To be eligible to drive a van, drivers cannot have had a ticket for speeding within the last 3 years? True False Drivers who have received a speeding ticket can drive unless they have had multiple moving violations - 4 in 12 months or 5 in 24 months.

37 6/1/ Answer #5 If you are involved in an accident, which of the following are true? You only need to report the accident to the TESC Motor pool if the college vehicle is damaged. If there is more than $700 damage or if anyone is injured, call police for an accident investigation. TESC Motor Pool will fill out the accident forms. All accidents must be reported to the Motor Pool and you must fill out the form. $700 damage is not very much – a dented fender can cost $600 or more to repair.

38 6/1/ Answer #6 Which of the following are examples of a situation where the driver may be responsible for accident related costs? The driver was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The driver was picking up potato salad to take to a potluck at the college. The driver received a ticket for speeding. Excessive speed can be considered Gross Negligence. Five or 10 mph over the speed limit probably would not be – depending on the road conditions.

39 6/1/ Answer #7 Who should you call if you have a problem with the vehicle? Call Scot, our garage mechanic, at or Sherry at the Motor Pool office at


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