Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) checks
In keeping with Board of Regents policy and in an effort to promote a safe work environment,
the University of Georgia ensures that employees who drive state or rental vehicles
on University business have appropriate documentation of a license to drive and operate
the vehicle. Certain occurrences could cause an employee/volunteer to be considered
a “Disqualified Driver.”
All new University employees will have a motor vehicle record (MVR) check as part of the background investigation process. All current employees and volunteers will have an MVR check a minimum of once per year.
As a reporting requirement, employees who are charged with any of the following offenses must report the incident to their supervisors and UGA Human Resources no later than the first business day following the incident.
- Driving Under the Influence
- Driving While Intoxicated
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Refusal to take a chemical test for intoxication
- Aggressive Driving
- Exceeding speed limit by more than 19 mph
View other reporting requirements as described in the UGA Arrest and Conviction Policy.
State of Georgia Vehicle: A vehicle purchased through state funds or rented or leased using state funds. For
the purposes of this policy, a State of Georgia vehicle also includes institution-owned
or controlled vehicles.
Motor Vehicle Record: A report from the agency that issues driver’s licenses, listing accidents and violations that appear on the driver’s driving record.
Drivers License: A license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle.
Rental Vehicle: A vehicle in which the use of the vehicle involves an agreement where a payment is made for the temporary use of the vehicle; which is owned by another person or company. The owner of the vehicle may be referred to as the lessor and the party paying to use the property as the lessee or renter.
Driver: The operator of a motor vehicle.
Administering Organization: UGA Human Resources
Contact person: Lynn Burt at email@example.com