The Napa Valley Transportation Authority’s (NVTA) Shared Vehicle program was created expressly for 501(c)(3) organizations that serve the elderly and/or disabled.
To qualify for this program you must be:A non profit, public, or any other 501(c)(3) organization that provide services for the elderly and/or disabled.
Here’s how it works
You Provide the Driver
(and the gas)
- Once your organization or agency qualifies for the program, you mush identify a prospective driver from your agency’s workers’ compensation policy.
- It is highly encouraged for the designated driver to have a Class B driver’s license.
- The borrowing agency will need insurance for general liability and insurance for hired and non-owned auto liability. NVTA must be added in the insurances as an additional insured.
We Provide the Vehicle
and train the driver too!
- NVTA will perform a background check and drug testing on the assigned driver. NVTA will also ask for proof that the candidate is covered under that agency’s worker’s compensation insuance.
- If the assigned driver passes all the requirements above, NVTA will provide training to the driver and add them onto our vehicle insurance.
- NVTA will also maintain the vehicles.
After the assigned driver has been trained, you can schedule time to borrow a vehicle. The organization applying is in charge of picking up and returning the vehicle, submitting trip paperwork, and replacing the gasoline used. Most vehicles require a Class B driver’s license.
Contact: Kathy Alexander