College Fleet Vehicles
The fleet vehicle safety and driver certification program was established to aid the College in reducing the number of accidents involving York College fleet vehicles (vehicles owned and/or operated by York College), and to ensure the health and safety of the College community in the use of the College's general use fleet of vehicles.
This program is designed to provide drivers with a better understanding of College policy regarding fleet vehicle use, to aid drivers by refreshing their knowledge of defensive driving tactics, and to build driving skills in the use of College fleet vehicles.
Currently, the fleet vehicle safety and driver certification program involves a review of the College's policies regarding the use of fleet vehicles and a road course training session. The road course is designed to build basic driving skills, such as maneuvering around fixed objects, proper use of mirrors, and backing in confined spaces.
This program is required for all students who will be operating College vehicles. Faculty and staff who will be operating College vehicles are encouraged to attend the program but are not currently required.
All personnel, however, are required to provide vehicle operator's license information and are subject to periodic motor vehicle records check (conducted annually) and must maintain a good driving record to retain authorization to operate a College-owned, rented, or leased vehicle.
Driver History Check
Begin the process of the driver history check here.
If your state is listed below, you will also need to complete an additional release. Click on the link for your state and complete the associated form. Please note that electronic signatures will not be accepted.
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Return to the Campus Safety office by mail, by email to email@example.com, or by fax to 717.849.1634.
Fleet Vehicle Certification Course Dates
|Tuesday, December 10, 2019||5 - 7 p.m.||Humanities 128||4|
Note: There is a six-person limit to the course; offered on a first-come-first-served basis. If the class is full when you sign up, you will automatically be moved to the next available class.