Driver Policy

A driver policy may contain information on mobile phone usage, traffic violations, safety guidelines, revocation of vehicle privileges, acceptable use, etc. In addition, a driver policy gives drivers one source for all information relating to their use of a company vehicle, including maintenance or damage. The most effective driver policy will be customized according to your specific requirements and fleet policies. Employee buy-in is easiest to achieve when you cultivate a team approach to planning and adopting policies. Solicit feedback from employees while developing new policies or changing existing ones. Topics to consider include the following: General Information Employee Eligibility Replacement Vehicles Driver Responsibilities Revocation of Company Car Privilege Safety Guidelines Driver/Vehicle Maintenance Responsibility Who May Drive the Company-Provided Vehicle Personal Use Business Use Other Use Passengers Control of Keys Pushing and Towing Towing a Trailer Smoking Policy Washing and Cleaning Traffic Violations License Plate Renewal Mileage Reporting Cell Phone Usage Policy Vandalism/Theft Electronic…