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Title 41Subtitle CChapter 102Subchapter BPart 102-34


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER B—PERSONAL PROPERTY

PART 102-34—MOTOR VEHICLE MANAGEMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§102-34.5
What does this part cover?
§102-34.10
What are the governing authorities for this part?
§102-34.15
Who must comply with these provisions?
§102-34.20
What motor vehicles are not covered by this part?
§102-34.25
To whom do “we”, “you”, and their variants refer?
§102-34.30
How do we request a deviation from the provisions of this part?

Definitions

§102-34.35
What definitions apply to this part?
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Subpart B—OBTAINING FUEL EFFICIENT MOTOR VEHICLES

§102-34.40
Who must comply with motor vehicle fuel efficiency requirements?
§102-34.45
How are passenger automobiles classified?
§102-34.50
What size motor vehicles may we obtain?
§102-34.55
Are there fleet average fuel economy standards we must meet?
§102-34.60
How do we calculate the average fuel economy for Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.65
How may we request an exemption from the fuel economy standards?
§102-34.70
What do we do with completed calculations of our fleet vehicle acquisitions?
§102-34.75
Who is responsible for monitoring our compliance with fuel economy standards for motor vehicles we obtain?
§102-34.80
Where may we obtain help with our motor vehicle acquisition plans?
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Subpart C—IDENTIFYING AND REGISTERING MOTOR VEHICLES

Motor Vehicle Identification

§102-34.85
What motor vehicles require motor vehicle identification?
§102-34.90
What motor vehicle identification must we display on Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.95
What motor vehicle identification must the Department of Defense (DOD) display on motor vehicles it owns or leases commercially?
§102-34.100
Where is motor vehicle identification displayed?
§102-34.105
Before we sell a motor vehicle, what motor vehicle identification must we remove?

License Plates

§102-34.110
Must Government motor vehicles use Government license plates?
§102-34.115
Can official U.S. Government license plates be used on motor vehicles not owned or leased by the Government?
§102-34.120
Do we need to register Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.125
Where may we obtain U.S. Government license plates?
§102-34.130
How do we display U.S. Government license plates on Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.135
What do we do about a lost or stolen license plate?
§102-34.140
What records do we need to keep on U.S. Government license plates?
§102-34.145
How are U.S. Government license plates coded?
§102-34.150
How can we get a new license plate code designation?

Identification Exemptions

§102-34.155
What are the types of motor vehicle identification exemptions?
§102-34.160
May we have a limited exemption from displaying U.S. Government license plates and other motor vehicle identification?
§102-34.165
What information must the limited exemption certification contain?
§102-34.170
For how long is a limited exemption valid?
§102-34.175
What motor vehicles have an unlimited exemption from displaying U.S. Government license plates and motor vehicle identification?
§102-34.180
What agencies have a special exemption from displaying U.S. Government license plates and motor vehicle identification on some of their vehicles?
§102-34.185
What license plates do we use on motor vehicles that are exempt from motor vehicle identification requirements?
§102-34.190
What special requirements apply to exempted motor vehicles using District of Columbia or State license plates?
§102-34.195
Must we submit a report concerning motor vehicles exempted under this subpart?
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Subpart D—OFFICIAL USE OF GOVERNMENT MOTOR VEHICLES

§102-34.200
What is official use of Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.205
May I use a Government motor vehicle for transportation between my residence and place of employment?
§102-34.210
May I use a Government motor vehicle for transportation between places of employment and mass transit facilities?
§102-34.215
May Government contractors use Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.220
What does GSA do if it learns of unofficial use of a Government motor vehicle?
§102-34.225
How are Federal employees disciplined for misuse of Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.230
How am I responsible for protecting Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.235
Am I bound by State and local traffic laws?
§102-34.240
Who pays for parking fees?
§102-34.245
Who pays for parking fines?
§102-34.250
Do Federal employees in Government motor vehicles have to use all safety devices and follow all safety guidelines?
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Subpart E—REPLACEMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

§102-34.255
What are motor vehicle replacement standards?
§102-34.260
May we replace a Government-owned motor vehicle sooner?
§102-34.265
May we keep a Government-owned motor vehicle even though the standard permits replacement?
§102-34.270
How long must we keep a Government-owned motor vehicle?
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Subpart F—SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES

§102-34.275
What kind of maintenance programs must we have?
§102-34.280
What State inspections must we have for Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.285
Where can we obtain help in setting up a maintenance program?
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Subpart G—MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH REPORTING

§102-34.290
What forms do I use to report a crash involving a domestic fleet motor vehicle?
§102-34.295
To whom do we send crash reports?
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Subpart H—DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES

§102-34.300
How do we dispose of a domestic fleet motor vehicle?
§102-34.305
What forms do we use to transfer ownership when selling a motor vehicle?
§102-34.310
How do we distribute the completed Standard Form 97?
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Subpart I—MOTOR VEHICLE FUELING

§102-34.315
How do we obtain fuel for Government motor vehicles?
§102-34.320
What Government-issued charge cards may I use to purchase fuel and motor vehicle related services?
§102-34.325
What type of fuel do I use in Government motor vehicles?
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Subpart J—FEDERAL FLEET REPORT

§102-34.330
What is the Federal Fleet Report?
§102-34.335
How do I submit information to the General Services Administration (GSA) for the Federal Fleet Report (FFR)?
§102-34.340
Do we need a fleet management information system?
§102-34.345
What records do we need to keep?
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Subpart K—FORMS

§102-34.350
How do we obtain the forms prescribed in this part?


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