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Auto Coverage & Safety Training

The State of Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) Risk Management Office has developed Auto Coverage & Safety Training Videos for state employees.  The link below will take you to the videos and training which explain when an employee is and, more importantly, when an employee is not insured while driving for business purposes.

It is mandatory that every state employee responsible for driving a state owned vehicle, their own vehicle or a rental for business purposes view these videos annually.  Upon viewing each video complete both the Auto Liability Coverage Video acknowledgment form and the Driving Do's & Don'ts acknowledgment form.  Please note that the parent agency or organization drop down is Regents, Board of and in the Division box type University of North Georgia.

The motor vehicle training has all the current videos and information needed and required for all state vehicles.  Please be aware the training may take up to 2 hours but is not a timed session and you may return after completing one of several videos.  Be sure to have your Georgia driver’s license number ready, and have audio (speakers/headphones) on the computer you are taking the training on for the videos. 

Motor Vehicle Training  (employee sign in required)

Report My Driving

The Department of Administrative Services hosts a call center based operation focused on promoting the safe and responsible operation of state vehicles.  University of North Georgia fully supports and participates in this program called Report My Driving.  Through this system, the general public may report comments regarding driving activity and use of state-owned vehicles.  The intent of this program is to help foster a culture of safe driving habits and practices among state employees.

Related Links:

Driver’s Alert

DOAS Risk Management

UNG Golf Cart Training (employee sign in required)

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