32 CFR 636.9 - Registration requirement.

§ 636.9 Registration requirement.

In addition to the requirements of § 634.20 of this subchapter:

(a) The Military Police will cite violators on DD Form 1408 (Warning Citation) for observed safety defects. On a periodic basis, Military Police will conduct vehicle safety inspection operations using the criteria in § 636.33.

(b) An individual possessing a valid USAREUR privately owned vehicle (POV) license may operate a motor vehicle in the State of Georgia for a period not to exceed 30 days. After the 30 day period the individual must obtain a valid license from the State of Georgia or another state to operate a motor vehicle in the State of Georgia.

(c) An individual returning a vehicle to Continental United States (CONUS) has 30 days from date of entry or 10 days after reporting for military duty to register that vehicle in the State of Georgia or another state. A temporary pass will be issued until this requirement has been met.

(d)Liability and no-fault insurance requirements.

(1) All personnel operating vehicles on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield will obtain and maintain, at least, the minimum amount of liability and no-fault insurance required by the State of Georgia. The amounts are as follows:

(i) Liability:

(A) $15,000.00 per person per accident for bodily injury.

(B) $30,000.00 per incident for bodily injury.

(C) $10,000.00 per accident for property damage.

(ii) No-Fault - $5,000.00.

(2) Proof of this insurance will be required at the time of registration.

(e) Vehicle safety inspections are not required in the State of Georgia, however, vehicles operated on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield must be in safe operating condition and be able to pass spot vehicle safety equipment checks conducted by the Military Police. Safety criteria is set forth in § 636.33 of this subpart.

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