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New UA Fleet Safety Policy Key Provisions. Assignment of Responsibilities Minimum Driver Qualifications Driver Registration and Database MVR Review and Acceptance Criteria Driver Training – Initial and Refresher

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New UA Fleet Safety Policy Key Provisions

  • Assignment of Responsibilities

  • Minimum Driver Qualifications

  • Driver Registration and Database

  • MVR Review and Acceptance Criteria

  • Driver Training – Initial and Refresher

  • HOV Training to include classroom session and behind-the-wheel proficiency road test

  • Vehicle Accident Review Committee

  • Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance


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Driver Qualifications

  • Arizona License (unless non-resident student)

  • 18 years old and licensed for 2 years

  • HOV drivers: 19 years old and licensed 3 years

  • Acceptable driving record (MVR review)

  • Completion of applicable driver safety training

  • Evidence of liability insurance for personal vehicles


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Each driver's motor vehicle record (MVR) is evaluated using a point system as outlined below.

Moving Violation = 3 points Preventable Accident = 4 points*

* Points accrued on separate incidents. A preventable accident that includes a moving violation for the same incident will be counted as 4 points.

** Preventability determined by Vehicle Accident Review Committee


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Case Histories a point system as outlined below.

  • High frequency and high severity

  • Multiple injuries and/or fatalities

  • Rollover and non-use of seat belts combine to increase severity

  • Preventable


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Utah State University a point system as outlined below.

  • September 26, 2005

  • High speed (> 75mph)

  • Left rear tire blowout

  • Vehicle rolled multiple times

  • 11 occupants ejected

  • No seat belts

  • 9 dead, 2 injured


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Maricopa Community College a point system as outlined below.

  • March 29, 1996

  • 13 members of MCC baseball team plus coach traveling to a game

  • Right front tire failed

  • Driver and one passenger killed, four critically injured


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Arizona State University, a point system as outlined below. Tempe, Arizona

  • February 1998

  • Short field trip - Two 15 passenger vans

  • Second van driver lost control at missed exit, van rolled several times

  • One fatality, one quadriplegic, six others injured

  • Total value of loss in excess of five million dollars

  • Incident led to rule changes for all state agencies


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Prairie View A&M University, Texas a point system as outlined below.

  • February 10, 2000

  • Men’s Track Team

  • Van crashed and rolled over

    • En route to a meet in Arkansas

    • Student driver

    • Speeding towards stopped car

    • Swerved to avoid collision

    • Four killed, six Injured


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University of Arizona, a point system as outlined below. Tucson, Arizona

  • September 16, 1998

  • UA pickup towing flatbed on I-10 at 75 mph

  • Left front tire blew, pickup swerved across median into a head-on collision

  • Other driver severely injured

  • No maintenance records or driver training

  • JVR indicated probable award of $1-2 million

  • Claim settled – no jury trial


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