Vehicle Reservations

Note: All University Employees using University Vehicles and/or renting vehicles that are paid with University funds, should familiarize themselves and comply with the University's Vehicle Use Policy.



All employees and units of Savannah State University are affected by the University's Vehicle Usage Policy and must have read and understood the requirements of the policy to have an assigned vehicle, use any of the vehicles owned by the University, or to rent a vehicle utilizing University funds.

Procedures for Reserving and Using a Motor Pool Vehicle

Requesting a Vehicle

To request a vehicle, a SSU employee must submit the following:

These forms are available from the Auxiliary Services Parking and Transportation Office on the first floor of King-Frazier Complex, or on the Vehicle Reservation website.

The Auxiliary Services Parking and Transportation Office is open from 8:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. All reservation requests must be made during these hours. Requests made after these hours will be processed the next business day.

Vehicles are issued on a first come, first served basis. Departments and employees should anticipate their needs in advance and make early reservations. Sharing a vehicle is strongly encouraged for employees traveling to the same destination. Should a vehicle not be available through the Motor Pool, the requester will be directed to contact Purchasing to secure a vehicle for that trip.

Motor Pool Vehicle Rates (Excluding Gas)
Vehicle Type Daily Rate Weekly Rate
Compact (Intermediate) - Corolla $27.00 $163.00
Mid-size (Standard) Sedan - Camry $31.00 $185.00
Full-size Sedan - Avalon $38.00 $229.00
Crossover SUV - Venza $48.00 $289.00
Standard SUV $50.00 $300.00
12 Passenger Van $72.00 $430.00
15 Passenger Bus $125.00 $750.00

Gas will be billed based on the fuel card PIN charges (see Fuel Card section below).

Cancellation policy: When departments determine they no longer need to use a vehicle previously scheduled, the department is responsible for notifying the Motor Pool Coordinator in a timely manner during normal business hours. If the Motor Pool does not receive a 24 hour notice and the vehicle cannot be reassigned, a cancellation fee of one day's vehicle rental will be assessed.

Checking-out a vehicle

Motor Pool vehicles are parked in the lot located on the west side of Evers Physical Plant building. They must be checked out during the hours of 9:00 a.m. 11: a.m. or 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. When it is time to pick up your vehicle be sure that:

After receiving the keys for a vehicle from the Motor Pool, check the accompanying packet for the following documents:

Returning a vehicle

Vehicles may be returned to the lot on the west side of Evers Physical Plant building between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Driver Responsibilities

Drivers of Motor Pool vehicles represent the University community to the general public and are expected to drive defensively, be courteous and obey all traffic laws. All drivers must read, understand, and follow the SSU Vehicle Usage Policy and the additional items found on the Trip Ticket. Drivers are also responsible for:

Fuel Card

A fuel card will be provided for purchases such as gas, oil and windshield wipers, etc. Do not use the fuel card in any vehicle except the one to which it is assigned. All vehicles will use only regular unleaded 87 octane fuel. This gas card is valid at most major gas stations. At the service stations, look for the Wright Express logo sticker on the gas pump, or ASK if they accept the card BEFORE refueling. There is a list of gas stations accepting the Wright Express card in the packet in the glove compartment.

Each driver (by name) will be assigned a specific individualized Personal Identification Number (PIN). This PIN can be used by the individual with any card on the account. If a card is lost or stolen, it should be reported to the Motor Pool Coordinator immediately.  Upon return of the vehicle, the driver must return all Fuel Card receipts along with the key to the vehicle in the envelope provided.


Procedures for Requesting and Using Bus/Shuttles

All vehicle requests (other than rental cars) are handled by the Department of Parking and Transportation, in Auxiliary Services. These are the documents you will need to request transportation:

Vehicle Rental From Another City Or Renting For Personal Use

When traveling by air to another city, a traveler might need to rent a vehicle from an airport location.  In this instance, the traveler needs to either submit an e-Procurement request for the vehicle providing the same information on the requisition as provided in the vehicle reservation form.  The rates are shown below.

Renting a Vehicle for Personal Use

As a courtesy, the Enterprise branch on Skidaway will honor the State contract price for SSU affiliated persons (to include faculty, staff, alumni, etc...) renting vehicles. In this case, the renter will be responsible for sales tax and additional insurance fees.

State Contracted Vehicles Rentals with Enterprise

New rates & Available Options

Compact (Nissan Versa, Toyota Yaris or similar) - $31.77/day
Standard (Pontiac G6 or similar) - $37.83/day
Full Size (Chevy Impala, Nissan Altima, Dodge Charger or similar) - $40.86/day
Mini Van (Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge caravan or similar) - $53.48/day
Standard SUV (Chevrolet Equinox, Jeep Grand Cherokee or similar) - $54.49/day
Large SUV (GMC Yukon, Chevy Tahoe, Ford Expedition or similar) - $82.27
Pick-up Truck (Chevy Colorado, Dodge Dakota or similar) - $54.54
Large Pick-up Truck (Chevy Silverado, Ford F-150 or similar) - $53.48
Cargo Van (GM Express, Ford Econoline or similar) - $53.48
15 Passenger Van (GM Express, Ford Econoline or similar) - $82.27/day

For assistance, please contact the Auxiliary Services Office at 912-358-3109