SECTION .0300 ‑ ASSIGNMENT OF VEHICLES

 

01 NCAC 38 .0301             TYPES OF VEHICLE ASSIGNMENTS

(a)  Individual Permanent Assignment.  State‑owned passenger‑carrying vehicles may be permanently assigned to state employees for official state business when the vehicle is expected to be driven a minimum of 3,150 miles per quarter or as otherwise provided in G.S. 143(8)(i)(7a).

(b)  Agency‑Assigned Vehicles.  States‑owned passenger carrying vehicles may be assigned to a state agency or institution when the vehicle is expected to be driven an average of 1,050 miles per month to conduct official state business.  Vehicles may also be assigned to a state agency or institution when the vehicle is needed for a unique use involving a minimum number of low mileage trips per month as determined by the agency and approved by the Division.  The vehicle cannot be driven continuously by one employee and must be made regularly available to all persons in the agency.  Agency‑assigned vehicles must be driven the 3,150 miles per quarter minimum.

(c)  Temporary Assignment.  State‑owned vehicles may be temporarily assigned to state employees for official state business or while permanently assigned vehicles are being repaired.  Vehicles for temporary assignment will be centrally controlled and housed by the Division, assigned from a motor pool for a specific purpose, and returned to the motor pool at the end of the assignment.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143‑341(8)i;

Eff. October 1, 1992.