ARMY - AR 190-5
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC SUPERVISION
|Publication Date:||22 May 2006|
This regulation applies to the Active Army , the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve unless otherwise stated. Also, this regulation applies to persons who- serve in, or employed by, the military Services and the Defense Logistics Agency; are subject to the motor vehicle registration requirements in chapter 3; and are permitted to drive motor vehicles on military installations. This regulation also applies to Reserve Component personnel of all the Services who operate privately owned vehicles on military installations. Administrative actions outlined in paragraphs 2-1 through 2-7 , within , apply to the U.S. Army Reserve personnel on active duty, active duty for training, and in an inactive duty training status. Chapter 3 of this regulation may be applied to State-operated or State-owned Army National Guard installations at the discretion of the controlling State Adjutant General , for the purpose of issuing DD Form 2220 (Department of Defense Registered Vehicle) and access to the Vehicle Registration System for tracking DD Form 2220. During mobilization , chapters and polices contained in this reg-ulation maybe modified.
a. This regulation establishes policy, responsibilities, and procedures for motor vehicle traffic supervision on military installations in the continental United States (CONUS) and overseas areas. This includes but is not limited to the following:
(1) Granting, suspending, or revoking the privilege to operate a privately owned vehicle (POV).
(2) Registration of POVs.
(3) Administration of vehicle registration and driver performance records.
(4) Driver improvement programs.
(5) Police traffic supervision.
(6) Off-installation traffic activities.
b. Commanders in overseas areas are authorized to modify these policies and procedures in the following instances:
(1) When dictated by host nation relationships, treaties, and agreements.
(2) When traffic operations under military supervision necessitate measures to safeguard and protect the morale, discipline, and good order in the Services.