Motor Vehicle a. any self-propelled vehicle or machine, designed for movement on land or in water;
Motor Vehicles (i) Upon the Collateral Agent’s written request, each Grantor shall deliver to the Collateral Agent originals of the certificates of title or ownership for each motor vehicle with a value in excess of $10,000 owned by it, with the Collateral Agent listed as lienholder, for the benefit of the Noteholders.
Vehicle Bodily Injury combined single limit vehicle bodily injury and property damage liability - $500,000 each occurrence. [END OF INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS] EXHIBIT D CONTRACTOR ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE MENDOCINO COUNTY HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY NONDISCRIMINATION IN STATE AND FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS NAME OF CONTRACTOR: Ford Street Project HEREBY AGREES THAT it will comply with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 as amended; the Food Stamp Act of 1977, as amended and in particular section 272.6; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; California Civil Code Section 51 et seq., as amended; California Government Code section 11135-11139.5, as amended; California Government Code section 12940 (c), (h) (1), (i), and (j); California Government Code section 4450; Title 22, California Code of Regulations section 98000 – 98413; Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 3105A(e); the Xxxxxxx-Xxxxxxxx Bilingual Services Act (California Government Code Section 7290-7299.8); Section 1808 of the Removal of Barriers to Interethnic Adoption Act of 1996; and other applicable federal and state laws, as well as their implementing regulations [including 45 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 80, 84, and 91, 7 CFR Part 15, and 28 CFR Part 42], by ensuring that employment practices and the administration of public assistance and social services programs are nondiscriminatory, to the effect that no person shall because of ethnic group identification, age, sex, sexual orientation, color, disability, medical condition, national origin, race, ancestry, marital status, religion, religious creed or political belief be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subject to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal or state financial assistance; and HEREBY GIVE ASSURANCE THAT it will immediately take any measures necessary to effectuate this agreement. THIS ASSURANCE is given in consideration of and for the purpose of obtaining any and all federal and state assistance; and THE CONTRACTOR HEREBY GIVES ASSURANCE THAT administrative methods/procedures which have the effect of subjecting individuals to discrimination or defeating the objectives of the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Manual of Policies and Procedures (MPP) Chapter 21, will be prohibited. BY ACCEPTING THIS ASSURANCE, CONTRACTOR agrees to compile data, maintain records and submit reports as required, to permit effective enforcement of the aforementioned laws, rules and regulations and permit authorized CDSS and/or federal government personnel, during normal working hours, to review such records, books and accounts as needed to ascertain compliance. If there are any violations of this assurance, CDSS shall have the right to invoke fiscal sanctions or other legal remedies in accordance with Welfare and Institutions Code section 10605, or Government Code section 11135-11139.5, or any other laws, or the issue may be referred to the appropriate federal agency for further compliance action and enforcement of this assurance. THIS ASSURANCE is binding on CONTRACTOR directly or through contract, license, or other provider services, as long as it receives federal or state assistance. Date CONTRACTOR Signature 000 Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx, XX 00000 Address of CONTRACTOR Appendix A CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, and OTHER RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS LOWER TIER COVERED TRANSACTIONS This certification is required by the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549, Debarment and Suspension, 29 CFR Part 98, Section 98.510, Participants’ responsibilities. The regulations were published as Part VII of the May 26, 1988 Federal Register (pages 19160-19211).
Motor Vehicle Liability 1. Coverages E and F do not apply to any "motor vehicle liability" if, at the time and place of an "occurrence", the involved "motor vehicle":
USE OF THE VEHICLE 15.1 The Customer agrees that, during the Rental Period, the Customer will not allow the Vehicle to be:
Personal Vehicle Use of personal vehicle will be reimbursed at the current rate/mile set by Commissioners’ Court. Mileage should be calculated using the County office location of the traveler and the event location. Mileage may not be calculated using the traveler’s home. Mileage should be calculated using an employees vehicle odometer reading or by a readily available online mapping service for travel out of Fort Bend County. If using the mileage of an online mapping service, state which mapping service was used or provide a printout of your route detailing the mileage. For local travel, odometer readings or mapping service details are not required. Departments should develop a mileage guide for employees for local travel points, if a department does not have a mileage guide, the Auditor’s Office will determine if the mileage listed is reasonable. Allowable expenses: Parking and tolls with documentation. County Vehicle: Fuel purchases when using a County vehicle should be made with the County Procurement card if available. Original receipts will accompany the Procurement Card statement but a copy must be provided with the travel reimbursement request. Allowable expenses: Parking and tolls with documentation required. Airfare: Airfare is reimbursable at the lowest available rate based on 14 day advance purchase of a discounted coach/economy full-service seat based on the required arrival time for the event. The payment confirmation and itinerary must be presented with the travel reimbursement form. The traveler will be responsible for the excess charges of an airline ticket purchase other than a coach/economy seat. When using Southwest Airlines a traveler should choose the “wanna get away” flight category. Allowable Expenses: Bag fees. Fare changes are allowable if business related or due to family emergency. Unallowable Expenses/Fees: Trip insurance, Early Bird Check In, Front of the line, Leg Room, Fare changes for personal reasons. Rental Car: Rental cars are limited to the negotiated TPASS rates listed at: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/procurement/prog/stmp/stmp-rental-car-contract/vendor- comparison/. The contact information for Avis is listed here: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/procurement/prog/stmp/stmp-rental-car-contract/Avis/. The contact information for Enterprise is listed here: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/procurement/prog/stmp/stmp-rental-car- contract/Enterprise/. When making a reservation traveler should provide the County’s agency # C0790. The traveler will not be reimbursed for any amount over the negotiated contract rates if a non-contract company is used at a higher rate. The traveler should select a vehicle size comparable to the number of County travelers. The traveler may use a non-contract vendor at an overall rate lower than the contract rates with no penalty. The original contract/receipt must be presented with the travel reimbursement form or a copy if a County procurement card is used. . The traveler will be responsible for any excess charges not included in the TPASS rates or for choosing a vehicle size not comparable with the number of travelers on the trip. Insurance is included in the negotiated TPASS rates, if a traveler chooses to take out additional insurance the cost is on the traveler. Enterprise: • Optional Customer, Coupon or Corporate number is TXC0790 • Please enter the first 3 characters of your company’s name or PIN number FOR • Enterprise will automatically xxxx FBC when you reserve your vehicle so you need to have a purchase order before your departure. Avis: • Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) Number or Rate Code F930790 • You cannot use the wizard option if you have an account with Avis, the wizard will override the state rate and normally the State rates are less. Unallowable Fees/Charges: GPS, prepaid fuel, premium radio, child safety seats, additional insurance, one way rentals. Allowable expenses: Parking and tolls allowed with documentation. Other Transportation: Other forms of transit (bus, taxi, train) are reimbursable with an original receipt. Gratuities: Gratuities are permitted if original receipt includes gratuity (20% maximum allowed) for any transportation services.
TEXAS MOTOR VEHICLE BOARD LICENSING All that deal in motor vehicles shall maintain current licenses that are required by the Texas Motor Vehicle Commission Code. If at any time during this Agreement term, any required Contractor license is denied, revoked, or not renewed, Contractor shall be in default of this Agreement, unless the Texas Motor Vehicle Board issues a stay or waiver. Contractor shall promptly provide copies of all current applicable Texas Motor Vehicle Board documentation to H-GAC upon request. This page left blank intentionally. Attachment A Boise Mobile Equipment, Inc. Fire Service Apparatus (All Types) Contract No. FS12-19 D. Boise Mobile Equipment **These units can only be sold outside Texas**
Motor Vehicle Allowance 5.1.1 Employees required by their employer to use their own vehicles for school business shall be paid an allowance of $0.62 per kilometre.
Personal Vehicles A. Employees who are directed by the Employer to use a personal vehicle for official state business shall do so in accordance with state fleet policies established by the Department of Budget and Management. When circumstances make it impractical for an employee to obtain a state vehicle on the day the vehicle will be used, such employee may request the vehicle at the end of the prior day's shift, and the appointing authority shall make reasonable accommodation, consistent with the efficient operation of the unit, to accommodate such request. If such request cannot be granted, the employee may use his/her own vehicle and be reimbursed at the full rate in accordance with state fleet policies.
Private Vehicle Damage Where an employee’s vehicle is damaged by a student at a worksite or an approved school function, or as a direct result of the employee being employed by the employer, the employer shall reimburse the employee the lesser of actual vehicle damage repair costs, or the cost of any deductible portion of insurance coverage on that vehicle up to a maximum of $600.