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When does the University Official Vehicle Policy take effect?
Why are privately-owned vehicles part of the University Official Vehicle Policy?
Why does an employee have to be age 18 to drive a University Vehicle or University Personal Vehicle?
What if a department employs someone who has not held a US or Canadian Driver's License for a year, but does have one year of driving history from another country?
Do I need to have a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check done if I drive on University business occasionally?
Will my department have to pay for MVR checks?
How long will it take for the MVR check process once the information has been submitted?
Could I lose my job as a result of the new vehicle policy?
Is carpooling with community members and community college associates for travel to joint functions or travel to professional meetings allowed in University Vehicles or University Personal Vehicles?
Can I transport family members or friends in a University Vehicle?
Where do I find the waiver for non-University related persons traveling in my personal vehicle?
Is it acceptable to use a University Vehicle if I'm combining my business trip with a side trip such as a recreational visit to a ski area?
What is the definition of off-road driving and is it allowed?
Does the MVR process apply if I am performing services for the University under a basic contract such as a Personal Service Agreement?
Does the MVR process apply if I'm an employee of an outside agency that is performing services for the University?