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Reserve a Hartman Vehicle
The Hubbard Center can provide you with the use of a vehicle to help you get to and from your volunteer placements.
Vehicle Policies and Procedures
On-line reservations must be made 48 hours in advance.
Drivers must be 21 years or older and hold a valid driver's license.
You must submit your license and social security number to Sara Tuggle (ext. 4020) at the Service Center to have your driving record checked. Note: No one with a moving violation on their driving record will be allowed to drive vehicles.
Drivers must also complete DePauw's Driver Safety Program prior to reserving a vehicle. Questions regarding training may be answered by calling ext. 4261.
Vehicle keys should be picked up and dropped off at the Hartman Student Leader Office in the Hubbard Center.
When you pick up the keys from the Hartman Student Leader Office, they will verify your name, vehicle choice and return time. Vehicles are located in the Hanna Street parking lot, next to the Women's Center.
Return the vehicle on time in the designated spots in the Hanna Street parking lot. If the spots have been taken, park the vehicle in the Anderson Street parking lot and notify Public Safety on the vehicle's whereabouts.
Clean all trash and personal items out of the car.
Gas & Mechanical Problems
If the car needs gas, fill the tank up at the University Service Center (near Hill Street and Blackstock Stadium). You may charge it to the Hartman Center/Bonner Scholars and return the receipt to Chris Munn in the Hubbard Center. Avoid using your own money to fill up the vehicle.
Report any mechanical problems, accidents or neglect/abuse of the vehicle immediately. We make every effort to ensure all vehicles are in good working conditions.
If you are involved in an accident:
Insurance information and registration are in the glove box of each vehicle.
Never leave the scene of an accident no matter which party is at fault. Refer to the insurance packet in the glove box for accident procedures. You should make every attempt to contact the local law enforcement agency as soon as possible.
Call and notify Public Safety immediately (765) 658-4261
If you are eligible to drive, click on the vehicle below you would like to reserve:
Not eligible to drive? Any volunteer who needs transportation to and/or from a DePauw Community Service program can contact Community Ride.
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