Wash. Admin. Code § 388-891A-1175 - What conditions apply for DVR to purchase and loan a vehicle to me?

In addition to meeting the circumstances described in WAC 388-891A-1174 and the conditions outlined in WAC 388-891A-1100 and 388-891A-1172, you must satisfy all of the following requirements for DVR to purchase and loan a vehicle to you:

(1) When you are the driver, the DVR counselor determines, based on disability-related documentation that your disability is stable or slowly progressive, and it is not likely to impair your ability to drive in the future.
(2) When the vehicle has been or will be modified for your use, you or the driver complete a driving evaluation with a certified driver rehabilitation specialist to verify driving ability and evaluate your rehabilitation needs.
(3) If you or the driver of your vehicle have a documented history of substance abuse in the past five years, you must provide or participate in a current substance use disorder assessment.
(4) At the time of vehicle purchase, DVR remains the legal owner and you are the registered owner.
(5) You must submit the following documents to DVR and agree to provide ongoing verification upon request of the DVR counselor:
(a) A copy of the current, valid driver's license for each driver;
(b) A current copy of the driving record for each driver that discloses any moving violations and indicates no criminal convictions related to driving a vehicle;
(c) A copy of motor vehicle insurance coverage with the following minimum coverage and conditions while DVR remains the legal owner of the vehicle:
(i) Liability in the amount of at least $50,000/ 100,000/50,000;
(ii) Uninsured motorist in the amount of at least $50,000/ 100,000/50,000;
(iii) Personal injury in the amount of at least $100,000;
(iv) Replacement cost of the vehicle, including special equipment and vehicle modifications, if applicable;
(v) If your use of the vehicle is necessary for your specific job duties, including self-employment, sufficient insurance to cover any losses that occur while you are using a vehicle for your specific job duties;
(vi) A clause in your insurance policy provides written notification to DVR if the vehicle insurance lapses, is canceled, or the insured drivers have any driving infractions that raise safety questions;
(vii) DVR is listed as the lien holder on the policy; and
(viii) All drivers who use the vehicle are listed on the policy;
(d) A description of your IPE of how you will pay for vehicle insurance and what you will contribute toward maintenance and repair, as this is a requirement for subsequent ownership of the vehicle; and
(e) A signed agreement to return the vehicle to DVR upon request as long as DVR owns the vehicle.


Wash. Admin. Code § 388-891A-1175
Adopted by WSR 18-12-035, Filed 5/29/2018, effective 6/30/2018

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