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This document (Exploring Unique Aspects of Modern Monitoring Tools and Bus Box) is to be taken on all DURC requested vehicles and is the responsibility of the driver(s). They should both be returned, complete, to the Gear Store before the next meet.
DURC usually hires minibuses from an external hiring company (Arnold Clark, Enterprise). However, occasionally the club utilises club members' own vehicles or vehicles supplied by the Sports Union. These notes focus on externally hired vehicles, and the collection and return procedure may differ if dealing with Sports Union minibuses.
Buses are delivered to the DURC President‘s house by the hiring company. If bus/busses are available (contact president) and suitable parking can be found, the driver(s) can pick-up vehicles prior to the meet. Alternatively, the bus/buses should be picked up in on the day. On collection, the driver should complete the vehicle hire details and any damage should be detailed on the back of the sheet. Any damage not detailed and found by the hire company could be charged for.
Buses should be returned to the President's address after each meet and must be filled with fuel. Fuel receipts can be redeemed at the following week's sign-up or by arrangement with the Treasurer.
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* This post was introduced as a trial position in 2011-12 and will be written into the club's constitution in the future, following another general meeting.
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