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CHAPTER 2. DRIVER REQUIREMENTS
2.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND AUTHORITY. Laws and
regulations have been established that enumerate
qualifications for both civilian and military drivers for
the
Navy.
Standard
operator's
permits
and
a u t h o r i z a t i o n forms have been issued to identify
licensed drivers and to control the dispatch of vehicles.
2.2 DRIVER QUALIFICATION AND LICENSING. All
persons assigned duties that involve driving or operating
Navy vehicles will be governed by the testing and
licensing requirements of NAVFAC Publication P-300.
Briefly, this requires all civilian personnel operating
Government-owned, or -leased vehicles to possess a
Standard Form 46, U.S. Government Motor Vehicle
Operator's Identification Card, and a valid State license
for the type and class of vehicle being operated. The
requirement for possession of a SF 46 does not apply to
personnel who are on TDY away from their official duty
station and whose TDY travel orders authorize the use
of  a G o v e r n m e n t - o w n e d o r - l e a s e d v e h i c l e i n
performance of their official duties, provided they
possess a valid State driver's license. Military personnel
are exempt from possession of a SF 46 for operation of
Government-owned or -leased general purpose vehicles
under 10,000 gross vehicle weight (GVW), provided they
possess a valid State driver's license. Military personnel
not possessing a valid State driver's license may be
issued a SF 46; P-300 requirements and restrictions will
apply.
2.3 DISPATCH
AUTHORIZATION.
Government
vehicles are generally assigned to drivers by means of a
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