The van can only be driven by authorized drivers. An authorized driver is one approved by our insurance carrier – Erie Insurance.
The list of authorized drivers will be posted prominently in the van.
The van driver should treat the vehicle as he/she would his/her own vehicle. Additionally, the driver must fill out the MCRRC Driving Log each time the vehicle is driven. This log will be kept in the vehicle. The driver will report any anomalous van condition to the Club Administrator, the club race coordinator, or the board liaison.
The van may be used for any club-related activity. If there are any questions about whether it can be used contact one of the individuals who can authorize its use.
The Club Administrator, the club race coordinator, and the club Board Liaison can authorize use of the van.
Club Administrator: Susan Debad, (240-643-8993), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Race Coordinator: George Tarrico, (301-983-2231), email@example.com
Board Liaison: John Sissala, (301-340-8107), email Sissala@verizon.net
First priority is any club race.
Second priority is any RMS event.
Third priority is other club events.
Fourth priority is other uses authorized by the club administrator, club race coordinator, or the board liaison individuals.
Gas - Normally the gas tank will be refilled to full after it falls below a third full.
Notify John Sissala (301) 340-8107 (Home) or Club Race Administrator – George Tarrico (301) 983-2231 when van needs more gas. Tank may also be refilled by any authorized driver. Gas receipt must be sent to the club treasurer for reimbursement.
Maintenance or Repairs - The van will be taken in for normal maintenance every 5,000 miles. It will be taken in for repairs as necessary or at routine maintenance times.
Emergency repairs – Emergency repairs will be authorized by the club administrator, Susan Debad, Board Liaison John Sissala, or Club Race Administrator George Tarrico.
White Flint Auto Repairs, Inc,
12128 Nebel Street
Rockville, MD 20852
Juan Acosta – owner and chief mechanic
1994 Chevy G20 conversion van
Uses regular gas
Yes. A person who rents a van can decline the insurance offered by the car/van rental company as MCRRC has an insurance rider which covers rented vehicles with the same coverage as the club-owned vehicle.
Boizelle Insurance Partnership
845-K Quince Orchard Boulevard
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
after hours 800-3678-3743
100 Erie Insurance Place
Erie, PA 16530
Currently effective 1/29/2010 until 1/29/2011
Bodily Injury 1M, property damage 1M, Personal Injury Protection $2,500,
Uninsured motorist BI 1M, uninsured motorist PD 1M, Comprehensive Deductible $250,
Collision Deductible $500, Hired and non-owned auto liability, road service
Either Insurance Agent, or Silver Spring 800-492-2709
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Montgomery County Road Runners Club
P.O. Box 1703, Rockville, MD 20849