32 CFR 636.1 - Responsibilities.

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§ 636.1 Responsibilities.

In addition to the responsibilities described in § 634.4 of this subchapter, Unit Commanders will:

(a) Monitor and control parking of military and privately owned vehicles within the unit's area, to include motor pools and assigned training areas.

(b) Establish a program in accordance with 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) and Fort Stewart Regulation 755-2 to identify abandoned privately owned vehicles in the unit's area and coordinate with the Military Police for impoundment.

(c) In coordination with the Military Police, identify problem drivers in the unit and take appropriate action to improve their driving habits.

(d) Ensure that the contents of this part are explained to all newly assigned personnel, including personnel on temporary duty with their unit for 10 days or more.

(e) Identify unit member's vehicles which have obvious safety defects (see § 636.33) and take appropriate action to have the defect corrected. Commanders who cause a vehicle to be removed from the installation without the consent of the owner could be found liable for subsequent damage done to the vehicle provided that the damage was the result of negligence on the part of the government personnel.

(f) Identify those individuals required to attend the Defensive Driving Course (DDC) or Motorcycle Defensive Driving Course (MDDC) and ensure their attendance at the course.

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