Reserving & Using Vehicles

Available vehicles
A small fleet of college-owned passenger vans is available by reservation for group transportation. These vehicles include:

  • 2 Ford Escapes - (5 passengers)
  • Dodge Caravan - (7 passengers)
  • Chrysler Town & Country - (7 passengers)
  • 2 Toyota Camry Hybrids - (5 passengers)

How to reserve a motor pool vehicle

  1. Before reserving a van, please read the College Vehicle Driving Regulations and Procedures.
  2. Reserve Motor Pool vehicle through Facilities Services at X6000 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at least 7 days prior to driving a college-owned vehicle.
  3. Intended driver of Motor Pool vehicle submit MVR Inquiry Form to Facilities and to the Risk Management office, for processing through the DMV at least 7 days prior to driving a college-owned vehicle.
  4. Upon approval to drive a college-owned vehicle, employee will complete and sign the Motor Pool vehicle check-out form entitled “CPCC Vehicle Use Authorization.
  5. Keys may be picked up at the Facilities Services Center at 1325 E 7th Street, at the 2nd floor reception area.
  6. Follow established Motor Pool check-out and check-in procedures.
  7. Employee will be responsible for following the College Vehicle Driving Regulations.

Departmental vehicles

  1. Before driving a college-owned vehicle, departmental employees must have a DMV drivers record check processed through the Executive Director of Financial Services, Harper Campus.
  2. Employee will be responsible for following the College Vehicle Driving Regulations.
  3. Supervisor will conduct an evaluation of motor vehicle accidents involving his/her employee. They will recommend if the employee is eligible to continue driving a college vehicle.

Vehicle maintenance
The college will maintain current records regarding maintenance on all college-owned vehicles

Vehicle information

  1. Each college-owned vehicle will have a current insurance policy card displayed for easy access.
  2. Each college-owned vehicle will have a current informational guide for reporting accidents displayed for easy access.

Conservation of Petroleum Products (Gas)

  1. Reduce idling time
  2. Car pooling to seminars and training classes
  3. Use conference calls to eliminate excessive trips
  4. Use smallest vehicles with highest mileage for mission

Executive Director of Financial Services/Insurance responsibilities

  1. Maintaining in-house files on potential employee drivers
  2. Processing of claims
  3. Processing of DMV checks through insurance provider