Motor Vehicle Driving Requirements
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MCCCD Driving Regulations
Employees of the Maricopa County Community College District who drive district‐owned vehicles must complete two requirements, as per Administrative Regulation 4.14:
- they must take and pass the online defensive driving training courses; and
- they must submit to an inquiry by the College Police Administrative Assistant Sr. into their Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Driving History that shows a satisfactory driving record by completing the Motor Vehicle Record and Driving History Release Form.
Once both requirements are met, the employee will be authorized to drive district vehicles.
- Subsequent MVR reviews will be conducted annually by College Police Department to ensure a satisfactory driving record.
Forms are available on the home page of the College Police or at the College Police Department office.
Motor Vehicle Record Review
- Sign a Motor Vehicle Record and Driving History Release Form and submit it to the College Police Department. This form must be signed in order to proceed with the process. MVR reviews are confidential and will be disclosed only to employees with a legitimate need to know this information. The College Police office will take a photocopy of your drivers license upon receiving the Motor Vehicle Record and Driving History Release Form.
- Once the MVR review is completed and you have met all requirements, you will be authorized to drive a district vehicle.
- If you have a driving history record that precludes you from driving a district vehicle, your department/supervisor will notify you. See Conditions for Disqualification from Operating a District Vehicle below.
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Conditions for Disqualification from Operating a District Vehicle
Persons wishing to operate a district vehicle for official business will first be required to possess a current, valid Arizona driver's license and must then sign a release authorizing district officials to query their motor vehicle driving history. Driving histories will be checked annually for persons wishing to operate a district vehicle. Persons with serious or extensive driving infractions in their driving history will be precluded from operating a district‐owned or rented vehicle under the following conditions:
- Being found guilty or responsible in a court of law of one or more serious or criminal driving offenses within a two‐year period from the date of the inquiry. A serious driving offense will be defined as any criminal driving offense*, including, but not limited to, any vehicular homicide, fleeing from police, reckless driving, DUI, hit and run, criminal speeding, and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
- Being found guilty or responsible in a court of law of more than three minor or civil traffic offenses within a one‐ year period from the date of inquiry. A minor traffic offense will be defined as any minor moving traffic violation, such as speeding, red light violations, lane usage violations, turning violations, etc.