Reserve a college vehicle
To reserve a college vehicle (van or bus) you must complete a vehicle request which can be found at the main Starport page under the 'FAMIS Work Request' tab. For proper consideration your request must be submitted a minimum of two full business days in advance of your requested departure date. The request will then be considered and assigned based on vehicle availability. EMSS will provide a college driver if needed. For questions about this process please contact Kristie Mackie at 483-1572.
If you wish to drive a college vehicle (car or van) you must have previously completed a one hour training program at the EMSS office. The training consists of a video and a short written test. To schedule training contact Kristie Mackie at 483-1572.Safety and Operation of 15-Passenger Vans
Lansing Community College Driving Policy
College vehicle repair
College vehicles sometimes require repair outside of the regular maintenance cycle. If you are the driver of a college vehicle that requires repair, please contact Tom Helms at 483-1823 or Kristie Mackie at 483-1572.
Accidents involving college vehicles
REMEMBER, ANYTIME you are in an accident or cause damage to an LCC vehicle
you MUST do the following:
If an accident occurs with another vehicle or pedestrian on a roadway or parking lot:
- Make a police report with the jurisdiction the accident occurred in, at the scene if possible. The general rule for a reportable accident (for Michigan police agencies) is one that causes $400 or more in damage.
- Obtain a list of witnesses and/or passengers on your vehicle at the time of the accident. This list should include a full name, address, and contact phone number for each person.
- IMMEDIATELY contact LCC Police with the details and location of your accident. Someone from LCC Police will also take a report as soon as you return to campus.
Damage to LCC Vehicle:
- IMMEDIATELY contact LCC Police with the details and location of the vehicle damage. Someone from LCC Police will also take a report as soon as you return to campus.
Emergency Management and Safety Services
AOF Bldg, Room 202
Phone: (517) 267-5488
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