Anyone who drives a College owned, leased or rented vehicle, should have a copy of their drivers license on file with Risk Management. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check for the last three (3) years will be conducted. The MVR is used with the following Driver's Guidelines to help determine a driver's eligibility under the College's auto insurance policy.
The following guidelines will be used to determine a driver's eligibility under the College's auto insurance policy. Drivers will not be eligible to drive a college vehicle if:
The College’s Commercial Auto Insurance covers only vehicles rented, leased, or owned by the Colleges. The Colleges self-insure all physical damage to College vehicles and will reimburse departments for repairs for physical damage subject to a $100 deductible.
If a college vehicle is involved in a property damage or personal injury accident, it must be reported to the Office of Risk Management as soon as possible.
When using your own personal vehicle for business, your personal automobile insurance coverage is the primary automobile insurance coverage. The College’s automobile coverage is secondary and will provide excess automobile liability coverage in the event of third party claims. No comprehensive or collision coverage is provided for your personal auto by the College’s insurance.