Vehicle Consent FormPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/vehicles/ehicleonsentorm.html
State Vehicle Driving Status
September 18, 2009 - The guideline for driver's license record checks has been developed as part of the Travel Management Procedure 5.19.3 and is now available at: http://www.mnscu.edu/board/procedure/519p3g1.html.
The standards that are utilized for the Vehicle Consent Form by Risk Management's Motor Vehicle Record check are as follows: vehicles/summary_of_drivers_vua.pdf
Complete and submit this form if you wish to drive a state vehicle. The following is the link for the Vehicle Use Consent Form submission: https://secure2.mnsu.edu/vehicleservices This information will be directly transmitted to Risk Management, who will initiate a request for your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) for review. An e-mail will be submitted to you verifying your driving status within 5 - 7 business days.
There are several states that Risk Management is not able to obtain records from. If you have a driver's license from one of the following states: California, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Washington or West Virginia you will need to request your Motor Vehicle Record personally from the Department of Motor Vehicle Services from your state, upon receipt submit your motor vehicle record to Helen Walters at Facilities Services WC358 or send by e-mail to: email@example.com.
The following states require a date of birth of the driver in addition to the driver's license number to obtain a record: Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas. If you have a driver's license from one of these states, submit your name and date of birth to my e-mail account, firstname.lastname@example.org, I will submit this information to our Risk Management Office for review.
Vehicles/vehicle_restrictions-campus_letterfy09.docx Highlights presented below:
o Minnesota State "Vehicle Use Procedures" state that drivers operating vehicles within the State of Minnesota must be at least 18 years of age and have possessed for at least two years a valid and unrestricted drivers license from a U.S. State or Canadian Province. We have the opportunity to utilize a on-line process for your convenience Vehicle Use Consent Form.
o A student is not allowed to use a state vehicle to go to and from their internship, student teacher practicum, nursing clinical, etc.
o You do not need to complete the Vehicle Consent form if you are driving a personal vehicle.
Effective March 6, 2009 - Office of the Chancellor announced "We have found extra territorial automobile liability coverage for drivers under 21 years old. This means there is no longer age restrictions on drivers beyond our state borders." Drivers age 21 or younger, with a valid drivers license on university business may driver a state vehicle beyond the state of Minnesota borders as long as they have an acceptable Vehicle Consent Form Rating. vehicles/auto_liability_insurance_memo.pdf