F. Rules and Regulations
1. Driving and Parking
a) The registrant is held responsible for any violation involving the
registered vehicle when he/she is operating the vehicle or when the
vehicle is being use by another individual.
2. Display of Parking Permit/Decals
a) Faculty/Staff and Student permits will be considered valid only when
they are properly displayed on the interior rear view mirror of the
vehicle so that they are readable from the outside.
b) Motorcycle, Moped, and bicycle decals should be affixed to an appropriate
visible area on the vehicle.
3. Accidents and Disabled Vehicles
a) All vehicle accidents occurring on University property must be reported
to Security and Safety Headquarters immediately. This report does not
relieve the vehicle owner of the responsibilities of reporting to police
as described in Pennsylvania vehicle law. All disabled vehicles must
also be reported to the Security and Safety Headquarters immediately.
The operator should return to the vehicle until a Security Officer arrives
to determine if the vehicle will create a hazard. If it is considered
a hazard, the operator must arrange to have it removed immediately.
Flashing lights or notes left on a vehicle are not sufficient notice
to the Security and Safety Department.
4. Fraudulent Registration
a) A person who obtains a University vehicle registration parking permit/decal
in violation of these regulations, or who alters, uses, or displays
it, shall be fined for fraudulent registration
($100) which includes but is not limited to:
1) Obtaining or using a permit of another person.
2) Permitting use of a parking permit to another person not entitled.
3) Altering and use of a University parking permit.
4) Multiple vehicle registrations for the same period except as authorized
within these regulations.
5) Registering a vehicle, which is to be used by and for a person not
authorized for such registration.
6) Display or use of a University registration permit on a vehicle other
than the vehicle registered.
7) Use of a visitor permit by faculty, staff, or student except as authorized
by the Security and Safety Office. Any alteration of a visitor permit
also constitutes fraudulent registration.