Proper vehicles and safety checks should be routine for any Nonprofit Organization that uses automobiles. Motorcycles and bicycles can be invisible to others drivers and offer little protection. Drivers unfamiliar with a vehicle can also pose a hazard, especially in risky road conditions. Older car models can lack improved safety features like anti-lock brakes, automatic seat belts, air bags, and central locks.
Pre- and post-trip routines should involve recording the mileage, gas level, the number of passengers at the end of the day, any mechanical problems, and any maintenance expenditures. As an organization policy routine checks should be scheduled with your local garage for every 5,000 miles driven. This will assure that the vehicle safety is kept up to proper standards.