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The Central Motor Pool will not accept hardcopy Driver Verification forms for verification checks. Please see below for Driver Verification submission procedure.
All hardcopy Driver Verification forms will be shredded per the DRV retention regulations
In order to drive a state vehicle for the East Carolina University, an employee must possess a valid driver's license. Pursuant to ECU Risk Management Procedure Statement #11: University Vehicle Operator Procedure any employee that needs to drive a state vehicle for University business must submit to a verification check of the most recent 3 years of driving history.
The employee's department is responsible for submitting the driver's license information utilizing the secured online database assigned to that department for verification checks. Central Motor Pool personnel are responsible for performing all verification checks upon submission.
Employees who do not have a valid NC Driver's License and are licensed in another state, or who have a had NCDL less than 3 years and were previously licensed in another state, must submit an official 3 year driving history from the other state to their department for verification. Only driving histories for states other than North Carolina are required. It is the responsibility of the employee to acquire and provide this driving history. The Central Motor Pool reserves the right to deny any requests to drive a state vehicle based on the individual's driving record.
These checks must be performed annually for all faculty and staff. Students who are employed by a department must also submit for a verification check, and their checks must be performed every 6 months. Employees who need to submit a driving history from another state must provide an up-to-date history for each verification that is required.
In order to submit driver verification for a verification check, employees must contact the administrative personnel within their department. The administrative personnel will then input the driver's information into a secured online database which has been assigned to the department through the Central Motor Pool.
If a department does not have a database currently assigned, the department head will need to contact the Central Motor Pool at CMP@ecu.edu to request the creation of a department-specific online database. The department head is the only individual who can request that other individuals within the department have access to the department’s folder. The department head is also the only individual who can request that someone be removed from having access to the department’s folder. Instructions detailing what information is required by the Central Motor Pool are included in this document and the information needed should be included in the database creation request.
Any questions can be submitted to the Central Motor Pool email at email@example.com.