Safety & Accident

GSA Begins ‘How’s My Driving?’ Program to Promote Safety

June 27, 2013

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has launched a new safety program called “How’s My Driving?” The agency’s 1,050 fleet vehicles will have a decal on them that directs the public to report inappropriate use of the vehicle to the agency at driving.gsa.gov.

The new program is also designed to streamline the reporting process for the public. The GSA's new page for safety reporting details what members of the public should specifically report, how to report issues anonymously, and how the complaint process is handled. 

The GSA's site also has a question that answers common sections about fleet vehicles driven by government employees, including whether drivers are allowed to take home vehicles or not.

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  1. 1. nicole rodriguez [ May 28, 2015 @ 02:31PM ]

    I need to report someone and it wont let me..pls help..i got plate number time and date..pls respond asap

 

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