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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER 633 AIR BASE WING

JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS INSTRUCTION 31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 Security JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS TRAFFIC CODE

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OPR: 633 SFS/S3OL/733 SFS/S5 Supersedes: LANGLEYAFBI31-204, 20 July 2010; LANGLEYAFBI31-218: 1 July 2014; JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218, 7 May 2012

Certified by: 633 SFS/CC (Lt Col Thomas G. Miner Jr. TC Jeffery J. Nerone) Pages: 53

This publication implements Air Force Instruction (AFI) 31-218, Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision. The short title of this instruction is JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI 31-218. The purpose of this traffic code is to establish standardized procedures for motor vehicle traffic supervision and ensure safe and efficient movement of vehicles, materials, and personnel to destinations on Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE). This instruction complies with the National Highway Safety Program Standards promulgated under the National Highway Safety Act of 1966. This traffic code assimilates, to the maximum extent possible, the Virginia traffic code, Title 46.2, Motor Vehicles. This instruction establishes procedures governing motor vehicle traffic supervision, parking restrictions, and registration requirements on JBLE. The provisions of this instruction apply to all personnel assigned, attached or associated with the 633d Air Base Wing (633 ABW), tenant units and all other individuals, whether military or civilian, while upon JBLE or any of its property. Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication to the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) using the AF IMT 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route the AF IMT 847 from the field through the appropriate functional chain of command. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) Records Disposition Schedule (RDS). The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this publication does not

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imply endorsement by the Air Force. This publication requires the collection and maintenance of information protected by the Privacy Act of 1974. The authority to collect and maintain the records prescribed by this instruction is Title 10, United States Code (USC) § 8013. Each form, format, or form letter prescribed by this publication, which requires a Privacy Act Statement (PAS) in accordance with AFI 33-332, Privacy Act Program, must have the PAS incorporated thereon or the PAS will be prominently posted and be provided by the requester prior to collecting the information. Privacy Act information taken from an existing Privacy Act system of records, which authorizes blanket use of this information for this purpose, does not require a PAS. Collected information is “For Official Use Only.” Request to release Privacy Act information, to persons or agencies outside the Department of Defense (DoD) must be in accordance with AFI 33-332. Privacy Act System Notice F031AF SP L, Traffic Accident and Vehicle Reports, applies. SUMMARY OF CHANGES This publication supersedes LANGLEYAFBI31-204, 20 July 2010, LANGLEYAFBI31-218, and 1 July 2014; JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218, 7 May 2012 Chapter 1— GENERAL 1.1.

Responsibilities. ......................................................................................................

Chapter 2— TRAFFIC SUPERVISION

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2.1.

Enforcement of Traffic Code. .................................................................................

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2.2.

Authorized Emergency Vehicles. ...........................................................................

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2.3.

Speed Limits. ..........................................................................................................

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2.4.

Pedestrian Limitations and Other Right-of-Ways. ..................................................

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2.5.

Off-Street Vehicle Operation. .................................................................................

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2.6.

Unattended Vehicles and Unattended Children. .....................................................

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2.7.

Unsafe Operation of Vehicle. .................................................................................

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2.8.

Littering from a Vehicle..........................................................................................

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2.9.

Operator’s License and Insurance Requirements....................................................

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2.10.

Special Restrictions on Particular Licenses. ...........................................................

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2.11.

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). ..........................................................................

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2.12.

Implied Consent. .....................................................................................................

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2.13.

Testing at the Request of the Apprehended Person. ...............................................

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2.14.

Open Container. ......................................................................................................

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2.15.

Crossing Fire Hose..................................................................................................

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2.16.

Driving in Prohibited Areas. ...................................................................................

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2.17.

Limitations on Backing. ..........................................................................................

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2.18.

Obedience to Traffic Enforcement Officials or Those Persons Designated. ..........

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2.19.

Wearing a Device that Affects Hearing. .................................................................

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2.20.

Noise and Environmental Pollution Control. ..........................................................

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2.21.

Headlights Requirements. .......................................................................................

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2.22.

Eluding an Enforcement Official. ...........................................................................

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2.23.

Eluding Traffic Control Devices. ............................................................................

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2.24.

Driving with Obstructed Vision, Safety/Warning Lights. ......................................

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2.25.

Seat Belts. ...............................................................................................................

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2.26.

Traffic Circulation Plan. .........................................................................................

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2.27.

Entry and Departure of JBLE. ................................................................................

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Chapter 3— BICYCLE AND COASTER-WHEELED CONVEYANCE

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3.1.

Bicycle Operation. ..................................................................................................

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3.2.

Coaster-Wheeled Conveyance. ...............................................................................

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3.3.

Violations. ...............................................................................................................

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Chapter 4— PARKING SUPERVISION

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4.1.

Purpose....................................................................................................................

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4.2.

Enforcement. ...........................................................................................................

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4.3.

Prohibited Parking. .................................................................................................

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4.4.

Against the Flow of Traffic.....................................................................................

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4.5.

Too Far from Curb or Road Edge. ..........................................................................

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4.6.

Straddling Lines. .....................................................................................................

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4.7.

Seeded or Unpaved Surfaces. .................................................................................

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4.8.

Dumpsters. ..............................................................................................................

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4.9.

Intersection..............................................................................................................

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4.10.

Traffic Control Device. ...........................................................................................

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4.11.

Fire Hydrants. .........................................................................................................

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Buildings. ................................................................................................................

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4.13.

Entrances and Exits. ................................................................................................

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4.14.

Safety Zone or Fire Lane Parking Restrictions. ......................................................

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4.15.

No Parking Zone. ....................................................................................................

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4.16.

Loading Zone. .........................................................................................................

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4.17.

Storage Policy for Recreational Vehicles (RVs).....................................................

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4.18.

Public Parking Area Restrictions. ...........................................................................

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4.19.

Traffic Warden Program. ........................................................................................

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4.20.

Temporary Reserved Parking. ................................................................................

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4.21.

Handicapped Parking. .............................................................................................

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4.22.

Reserved Parking. ...................................................................................................

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4.23.

Non-moving Violation Action. ...............................................................................

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4.24.

Prohibited-Purpose Parking. ...................................................................................

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4.25.

Requirements for Motorcycle and ATV Operation. ...............................................

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Chapter 5— TOWING OF PRIVATELY OWNED VEHICLES

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5.1.

Implied Consent for Towing Vehicles. ...................................................................

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5.2.

Towing and Removal of Illegally Parked Vehicles. ...............................................

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Chapter 6— ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT REPORTS

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6.1.

Responsibilities. ......................................................................................................

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6.2.

Category of Accidents. ...........................................................................................

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6.3.

Accident Investigations...........................................................................................

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6.4.

Duty to Give Information........................................................................................

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6.5.

Release of Accident Reports. ..................................................................................

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Chapter 7— SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF DRIVING PRIVILEGES

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7.1.

Designated Representatives. ...................................................................................

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7.2.

Application of Suspension and Revocation Actions. ..............................................

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7.3.

Requests for Suspension or Revocation of On-Base Driving Privileges for Other Than Driving While Intoxicated Offenses. ..............................................................

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Restricted Privileges. ..............................................................................................

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7.5.

Administration of the Program. ..............................................................................

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7.6.

Suspension and Revocation Procedures..................................................................

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7.7.

Suspension and Revocation of On-Base Driving Privileges for DWI Offenses. ....

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7.8.

Reciprocal State-Military Action. ...........................................................................

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7.9.

Appeal Procedures. .................................................................................................

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Chapter 8— TRAFFIC VIOLATION PROCESSING

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8.1.

Processing of DD Form 1408, ................................................................................

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8.2.

Processing of a CVB Form, ....................................................................................

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8.3.

Traffic Violation Procedures...................................................................................

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Attachment 1— GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

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Attachment 2— POINT ASSESSMENT FOR TRAFFIC CODE VIOLATIONS

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Chapter 1 GENERAL 1.1. Responsibilities. 1.1.1. The 633d Security Forces Police Service Section (633 SFS/S3OL) is the OPR for the Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE)-Langley traffic code. All recommended changes to the traffic code must be forwarded to the 633 SFS/S3OL for coordination. The 733d Security Forces S/5 (733 SFS/S5) is the OPR for the JBLE-Eustis traffic code. All recommended changes to the traffic code must be forwarded to the 733 SFS/S5 for coordination. 1.1.2. The 633d Mission Support Group Deputy Commander (633 MSG/CD), the 733d Mission Support Group Deputy Commander (733 MSG/CD), 633d Air Base Wing Chief of Safety (633 ABW/SE), 633d Force Support Squadron Chief of Civilian Personnel (633 FSS/DPC), and the 633d Air Base Wing Judge Advocate (633 ABW/JA) must coordinate on all proposed changes which will be forwarded to the 633 SFS/CC and 733 SFS/CC. 1.1.3. Security Forces enforce AFI 31-218, Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision, other directives of higher headquarters and those federal and state traffic laws applicable to Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE). This code combines the Virginia motor vehicle laws, Air Force (AF), Air Combat Command (ACC) and JBLE directives. In case of conflict, AF, ACC and JBLE directives apply over state laws and in the order they are listed. 1.1.4. Unit commanders and supervisors will ensure their personnel adhere to the provisions of this code. 1.1.5. Base personnel (military and civilian) must ensure their dependents and guests comply with this code. 1.1.6. All personnel operating a vehicle on JBLE shall be familiar with and shall comply with this code, along with the Virginia State Codes (VSC) regardless of where their vehicle is registered.

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Chapter 2 TRAFFIC SUPERVISION 2.1. Enforcement of Traffic Code. 2.1.1. The 633 SFS/CC and 733 SFS/CC are responsible for enforcement of all traffic laws and instructions including applicable state, city and county traffic laws on JBLE. 2.1.2. Security Forces may issue a Department of Defense (DD) Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket, or a Central Violations Bureau (CVB) Form, United States District Court Violation Notice, to violators of this traffic code or any other applicable traffic offense. DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket will be forwarded to the member’s and/or sponsor’s unit commander for action. See Attachment 2, for point assessment for traffic code violations. 2.1.3. Persons subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) are subject to trial by courts-martial, punishment under Article 15 of the UCMJ, or other types of disciplinary or administrative actions deemed necessary by their unit commander for violations of the provisions of this or any other instruction, directive, or law pertaining to traffic. 2.1.3.1. On JBLE-Eustis, CVB Forms will be assessed for Driving While License Suspended, Reckless Driving and Driving Under the Influence to Service Members. 2.1.4. Persons not subject to the UCMJ are subject to trial before a United States Magistrate and/or administrative sanctions deemed necessary by the Installation Commander or designated representative for violations of this or any other instruction, directive, or law pertaining to traffic. 2.1.5. For offenses not listed in this instruction, citations may be issued and assessed points in accordance with Virginia state law. 2.2. Authorized Emergency Vehicles. 2.2.1. The driver of an authorized emergency vehicle, when responding to an actual emergency call, or when in pursuit of a suspected violator of the law, and when using authorized visual and audible signal (except when standing or parking) may within reason and with due regard for the safety of all persons, exercise the following privileges: 2.2.1.1. Park or stand irrespective of the provisions of this traffic code provided they do not intentionally block traffic or create a traffic hazard, unless circumstances dictate otherwise. 2.2.1.2. Proceed past a stop sign/signal only after slowing to ensure safe operation and the right-of-way has been granted by all other drivers. 2.2.1.3. Disregard instructions governing the direction of travel or turning in a specified direction. 2.2.1.4. Exceed the posted speed limit, so long as not to endanger life or property when a special hazard or emergency exists that requires a faster speed. 2.2.1.5. Emergency equipped vehicles may be left running unattended for short periods of time when emergency equipment is operating and needed to maintain power for

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2.3. Speed Limits. 2.3.1. No person shall drive at a speed greater than the posted speed limit. The standard speed limit within the confines of JBLE is 25 mph, unless otherwise posted. Note: Some roadways on JBLE-Langley have a maximum speed limit of 35 mph. 2.3.2. The maximum speed limit will not exceed 10 mph in the following areas or situations: parking lots or parking areas, ammunition areas, service roads or alleyways, and passing troop formations. 2.3.3. The maximum speed limit in the residential housing areas, to include The Landings at Langley and entering/departing through base entry points will not exceed 15 mph, unless otherwise posted. 2.3.4. Operation of a vehicle within the confines of JBLE at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic is prohibited, except when a reduced speed is necessary for safe operation. If road conditions are hazardous as a result of inclement weather or construction, persons driving will need to reduce their speed accordingly and will not be cited for hindering traffic. 2.3.5. Special speed limitations on the bridges are as follows: 2.3.5.1. The speed limit on Tabb Creek Bridge is 25 mph. 2.3.5.2. The speed limit on King Street Bridge is 25 mph. 2.3.5.3. The speed limit for inbound traffic after crossing the LaSalle Avenue Bridge is 15 mph. Outbound traffic from the installation gate is 25 mph as posted. 2.3.6. Use of radar/laser detection devices. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle equipped with any device or mechanism, passive or active, to detect or purposefully interfere with or diminish the measurement capabilities of any radar, laser or other device or mechanism employed by law enforcement personnel. Note: It is also unlawful to operate a motor vehicle with any device or mechanism as described above on the highways of the state of Virginia; however, a person shall not be guilty of a violation of this section when the device or mechanism in question, at the time of the offense, had no power source and was not readily accessible for use by the driver or any passenger in the vehicle. 2.4. Pedestrian Limitations and Other Right-of-Ways. 2.4.1. Pedestrians will obey the instructions of any official traffic control device, specifically applicable to pedestrians and are subject to the following limitations and restrictions: 2.4.1.1. Pedestrians will not suddenly enter a street (‘jay walking’), crosswalk, or other area, with any action which would not allow a vehicle operator to safely and properly stop or yield. Vehicle operators are to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians in crosswalks. Pedestrians should show intention to use a crosswalk and must ensure drivers have shown an intention to permit them to proceed. 2.4.1.2. Pedestrians will walk, run or jog on the sidewalk/path, when provided. When no sidewalk or path is present, pedestrians will walk, run or jog on the furthest outside

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shoulder on the left side of the roadway facing oncoming traffic. It is highly recommended pedestrians wear reflective clothing (reflective vest, belt, arm band and so forth) during periods of darkness or reduced visibility. Jogging gear with reflective characteristics built-in is acceptable. 2.4.1.3. Military formations will walk, run or jog on the furthest right side of the roadway as near the curb or shoulder as possible. When marching in roadways, military formations will be limited to three (3) abreast plus the cadence caller or person in charge of the formation and will not use more than one lane of the roadway. All elements of the formation, including the commander or leader, shall stay in the appropriate lane. Military members, including those in the formation, will not attempt to deny a vehicle the right to pass a formation using a lane not occupied by the formation. 2.4.1.4. Pedestrians are not allowed on Benedict Avenue unless they are a resident or a guest of a resident. 2.5. Off-Street Vehicle Operation. While on JBLE, off-street (race type) vehicles, including stock cars, dirt bikes and other off-road or competition vehicles, will be plainly marked as such and have the identification, address and telephone numbers of the owner posted in plain view from the outside. Operation of off-street vehicles on the installation is prohibited. 2.6. Unattended Vehicles and Unattended Children. 2.6.1. Unattended vehicles on the airfield will have the ignition off with keys remaining in the ignition, parking brake engaged, and transmission in lowest or reverse gear for manual transmissions or park for automatic transmissions with the steering wheel turned to prevent contact with an aircraft should the vehicle roll. During hours of darkness, vehicles will turn on emergency flashers. 2.6.2. Vehicles will not be left unattended on jacks, regardless of the time element involved. Vehicles whose wheels must be removed for repair or vehicle maintenance will be lowered onto jack stands and other wheels chocked when unattended (During emergency situations). Routine vehicle maintenance is only authorized at the Auto Hobby Shop, Firestone, or in base housing living quarters. 2.6.3. Unoccupied vehicles will not be left running. Operators are responsible for safety and security of vehicles. Vehicle operators are prohibited from leaving a vehicle running while entering a facility to conduct business (e.g., stopping at the Fitness Center for a brief moment, stopping at the Commissary, Shoppette or Base Exchange to shop, or dropping off mail in the Post Office). 2.6.4. Child unattended in a vehicle. Any parent, guardian or other person responsible for the care of a child that leaves a child unattended in a vehicle resulting in health issues, may be subject to violations of the Virginia State Code for abuse and neglect of children (VSC § 18.2-371.1). Parents, guardians or other persons responsible for the care of a child will not leave any children under the age of six (6) unattended in a vehicle if the conditions within the vehicle or in the immediate vicinity of the vehicle, including outside temperature, present a risk to the health or safety of the child. 2.7. Unsafe Operation of Vehicle.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 2.7.1. No person will operate a vehicle with more occupants than available restraint devices. Note: IAW VSC § 46.2-1092, restraint systems are only in vehicles manufactured after 1968. 2.7.2. As a general rule, restrict the number of people in government passenger-carrying vehicles to the designed seating capacity. This includes sedans, station wagons, buses, trucks and cargo vans with passenger seats. When exigent circumstances or contingency requirements exceed availability of such vehicles, commanders, through the risk management decision process, will determine the appropriate mode of transportation or operating procedures for such existing vehicles. If government-owned trucks are used to transport personnel in the back, all personnel must sit on the floor of the truck bed keeping all limbs and/or body parts inside the vehicle at all times while in motion. Personnel must not lean against the tailgate of the vehicle or sit on the wheel wells. It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure all occupants are in compliance. 2.7.3. No person will be permitted to operate a privately-owned vehicle (POV) with personnel in the back of a pickup truck. 2.7.4. Any vehicle carrying a payload which hinders the steering, braking or stability of a vehicle may not be operated. 2.7.5. Animals in uncovered vehicles must be confined to a cage of adequate construction and design to prevent its escape. 2.7.6. All vehicles must be maintained in a mechanically safe condition. Vehicles found to be unsafe will not be operated. Towing of an unsafe vehicle is the responsibility of the owner or operator. The operator of an unsafe vehicle will be cited for the offense and have 72 hours to fix the condition. If proof of correction is provided to the Base Defense Operation Center (BDOC) controller, the citation may be voided and forwarded to the Security Forces Reports and Analysis Section (633 SFS/S5R) at Bldg. 355 or the Fort Eustis BDOC at Bldg. 648. 2.7.7. Any vehicle towed by another vehicle must use a rope or strap commercially designed for towing. The strap must be at least 20 feet in length with a red or orange flag centered between the vehicles. A maximum operating speed of 20 mph will be adhered to. Both vehicles will use hazard lights and other signaling devices. The use of tie-down straps is unauthorized for towing. 2.7.8. Vehicles must have fenders, mud flaps or other anti-spray devices (fender flares) to prevent the vehicle from being a hazard to other vehicles.

2.8. Littering from a Vehicle. 2.8.1. No person shall throw, place or drop litter from a vehicle on JBLE. The driver of the vehicle, or the responsible person, may be cited for any litter thrown, placed or dropped from the vehicle. 2.8.2. “Litter” refers to any rubbish, refuse, waste material, garbage, trash or debris of any kind or description, whether or not it is of value, and includes (but is not limited to) improperly discarded paper, metal, plastic, glass, cigarette butts or solid waste. 2.8.3. Military personnel cited for littering from a vehicle will be cited via DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket; civilian personnel will be cited via a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice.

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2.9. Operator’s License and Insurance Requirements. 2.9.1. Exhibiting licenses and failure to carry license: 2.9.1.1. Any person operating any motor vehicle on the installation must have in their possession a valid state operator’s license, registration and current proof of insurance. Upon request, show proof of same to any law enforcement officer. 2.9.1.2. The operator of any special purpose motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer shall stop on the signal of any law enforcement officer who is in uniform or shows his/her badge or other sign of authority and shall, on the officer’s request, exhibit his/her operator’s license and write his/her name in the presence of the officer, if so required, for the purpose of establishing his/her identity. 2.9.1.3. The operator of any government special purpose motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer operated on the roadways of the installation shall have in his/her possession their government issued driver’s license. 2.9.2. Unlicensed driving is prohibited. No person, except those expressly exempt in any AFI, shall drive any motor vehicle on any roadway within the confines of JBLE until such person has a valid operator’s license, satisfactorily passed the examination required by AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations, obtained an AF Form 2293, US Air Force Motor Vehicle Operator Identification Card, successfully passed the examination required by Virginia State Code (VSC § 46.2-300) and possesses a valid state operator’s license IAW AFI 24-301. 2.9.2.1. Operation of non-tactical Government Motor Vehicles (GMV) where gross vehicle weight (GVW) is less than 10,000 pounds (4X2), 11 passengers or less, does not require possession of an AF Form 2293. Operation of the following GMVs requires additional training and certification: 4X4 vehicles, vehicles identified as 12 passengers or more to include the 15 passenger van, and any tactical vehicles less than 10,000 pounds (GVW). Completion of this additional training and certification is demonstrated on a valid AF Form 2293. International drivers’ licenses cannot be used in lieu of the AF Form 2293. Note: Operation is limited to those vehicles identified on the AF Form 2293, except as indicated in AFI 24-301. 2.9.3. Driving while license, permit, or privilege to drive is suspended or revoked is prohibited. Except as provided in AFI 31-218, no military member or non-military member whose operator’s license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle has been suspended or revoked by any state may operate a motor vehicle within the confines of JBLE. This includes, but is not limited to, anyone who has been directed not to drive by the Installation Commander, or by operation of law pursuant to this instruction or who has been forbidden, as prescribed by instruction, by the Installation Commander, to operate a motor vehicle within the confines of JBLE shall thereafter drive any motor vehicle or any self-propelled machinery or equipment on any highway within the confines of JBLE until the period of such suspension or revocation has terminated. 2.9.4. All Army Soldiers will follow the Army guidance from their respective leadership and adhere to all Army regulations regarding the use and operation of GMVs either on JBLEEustis or JBLE-Langley. 2.10. Special Restrictions on Particular Licenses.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 2.10.1. The Air Force, on issuing an AF Form 2293 may, whenever good cause appears, impose restrictions suitable to the licensee’s driving ability with respect to the type of or special mechanical control devices required on a motor vehicle which the licensee may drive or any other restrictions applicable to the licensee as the Air Force may determine. When it appears from the records of the Air Force the licensee has failed or refused to comply with restrictions imposed on licensee’s driving of a motor vehicle, the Air Force may, after written notice to the licensee indicated in the records of the Air Force, suspend the person’s AF Form 2293 and the suspension shall remain in effect until member is in compliance with this section.

2.11. Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). 2.11.1. Any person who operates a motorized vehicle on the installation, to include allterrain vehicles (ATV) and motor powered watercraft, and is found to be under the influence of intoxicants, will be considered DWI. Blood alcohol contents (BAC) are defined below: 2.11.1.1. Military personnel on JBLE-Langley who operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated will be charged under Article 111 of the UCMJ, Drunken or Reckless Operation of Vehicle, Aircraft, or Vessel, if the BAC is .08% or higher. Civilian personnel on JBLE-Langley who operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated will be charged under VSC § 18.2-266, Driving While Intoxicated. Civilian and Military personnel who operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated on Fort Eustis will be charged under VSC § 18.2-266, Driving While Intoxicated. 2.11.1.2. A motor vehicle operator may be charged with DWI with a BAC less than .08%, if the Officer can clearly prove significant level of impairment (i.e., through observations, witness statements, unsatisfactory completion of motor-sensory tests, etc.) 2.11.1.3. Any person under the age of 21 years who operates a motor vehicle with a BAC of .02% but less than .08% may be charged with driving after illegally consuming alcohol (VSC § 18.2-266.1) and illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage (VSC § 4.1305), and if the BAC is .08% or higher, they will be charged with DWI and illegal possession on JBLE. If they are active duty military or guard/reserve on active duty orders they will be charged under the UCMJ for said crime. 2.11.1.4. Any person who operates a motor vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant is subject to having their installation driving privileges revoked for a period of one (1) year, unless determined by the Reports and Analysis that a longer revocation is in order due to previous violations. Refer to Chapter 7 for on-base driving privileges suspension and revocation guidance. 2.12. Implied Consent. 2.12.1. Any person who voluntarily operates or drives a motor vehicle on this installation will be considered to have given consent to a chemical test of their breath or blood for the purpose of determining the BAC. Chemical testing for all personnel will be by breath, subject to availability of an intoximeter. Test by blood will be offered in the absence of an intoximeter and conducted at the base hospital. Civilians will be administered the breath test only.

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2.12.2. Refusal to submit to a chemical test of blood or breath will result in immediate suspension of installation driving privileges, followed by the revocation of installation driving privileges. Refusal by military personnel is probable cause to seek authority to search and seize. A one year revocation will be imposed regardless of the outcome or findings of administrative or court-martial proceedings. 2.13. Testing at the Request of the Apprehended Person. 2.13.1. Any person who drives on the installation shall be deemed to have given their consent to evidential tests for alcohol or other drug content of their blood, breath, or urine when lawfully stopped, apprehended, or cited for any offense allegedly committed while driving or in physical control of a motor vehicle to determine the influence of intoxicants. 2.13.2. Additional tests are to be done privately. The person may choose a doctor, qualified technician, chemist, registered nurse, or other qualified person to do the test. The person must pay the cost of the test and the test must be a chemical test approved by the state of Virginia. All tests will be completed within 24 hours of being released from Security Forces control, with any delay being noted on the results. 2.13.3. If the person requests this test, the person is responsible for making all arrangements. If the person fails to or cannot obtain any additional tests, the results of the tests that were done at the direction of a law enforcement official are not invalid and may still be used to support actions under separate Service regulations, UCMJ, and the U.S. Magistrate Court. 2.14. Open Container. Operating a vehicle on JBLE with an open container of an alcoholic beverage in the passenger compartment of the vehicle is prohibited. 2.15. Crossing Fire Hose. Vehicles will not be driven over an unprotected fire hose laid down on any roadway during an emergency response, unless directed to cross by Emergency Response personnel or Fire Emergency Services personnel. 2.16. Driving in Prohibited Areas. 2.16.1. Vehicles will not be driven or parked on any grass or seeded area. 633 CES/Traffic Management or 733 CED/Traffic Management will coordinate all requests for parking areas with the 633 SFS/S3OL or 733 SFS/S5. 2.16.2. Vehicles will not be driven through an area which is posted, marked, or barricaded by means of barriers, traffic cones, or signs, or as directed by Emergency Response personnel or Fire Emergency Services personnel. 2.17. Limitations on Backing. While in operation of GMVs, drivers will not back any vehicle unless such movement can be made safely. When backing vehicles with limited vision to the rear, a spotter will be used. If no spotter is available, the operator, prior to backing, will visually check the area in which the vehicle will be backed. 2.18. Obedience to Traffic Enforcement Officials or Those Persons Designated. No person will willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of any law enforcement officials or persons directed by Security Forces to control traffic. Violators may be charged under Article 92, UCMJ (military)/VSC § 18.2-463 (civilians). 2.19. Wearing a Device that Affects Hearing. It is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle, bicycle, electrical personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle,

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moped, or walk/jog on streets/roadways while using earphones on or in both ears. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of headsets or earphones containing or connected to any source of sound. Motorcycle helmet intercoms are excluded. Note: This section does not apply to the driver of any emergency vehicle. 2.20. Noise and Environmental Pollution Control. No person will operate a vehicle emitting excessive sound which is plainly audible from a distance of 50 feet or more, whether mechanical or stereo. Nor will any person operate a vehicle which emits excessive smoke or fluids. 2.21. Headlights Requirements. 2.21.1. Headlights will be used 30 minutes before sunset until 30 minutes after sunrise and when visibility is reduced by weather conditions or other environmental factors. 2.21.2. Headlights will be used when windshield wipers are in use. 2.21.3. Motorcycles will have their headlight on whenever they are in motion. 2.21.4. The use of parking lights, when a vehicle is in motion during reduced visibility/hours of darkness, is only allowed while vehicles are entering installation entry control points. When a vehicle is parked off the main traveled portion of the roadway or a street where parking is not common or is prohibited, the driver will turn on parking lights or emergency flashers. 2.22. Eluding an Enforcement Official. Any driver of a motor vehicle who willfully fails or refuses to bring his/her vehicle to a stop or who otherwise flees or attempts to elude a pursuing police vehicle will be ticketed for eluding an enforcement official. The signal given by the enforcement official may be by hand, voice, whistle, emergency lights or siren. 2.23. Eluding Traffic Control Devices. It is unlawful for the driver of any motor vehicle to drive off the roadway and onto or across any public or private property in order to evade any stop sign, yield sign, traffic light, persons controlling traffic, or other traffic control device. 2.24. Driving with Obstructed Vision, Safety/Warning Lights. No person shall operate a vehicle without first clearing all windows of all obstructions. Operators will also clear obstructions, snow, ice and dirt from all headlights, safety lamps, warning lights, and license plates. Snow accumulation over one inch will be removed from hood, roof and trunk areas prior to operation. If non-cargo vehicles are loaded, drivers will ensure visibility is maintained (i.e. side/rear-view mirrors). Tinted license plate covers or tinted headlight covers may not be used on JBLE. 2.25. Seat Belts. 2.25.1. All military service members and civilian personnel driving/riding in a GOV or POV on or off JBLE are required to wear a seatbelt at all times. All GOV operators and passengers will wear seat belts on or off the installation. Seat belts will also be worn by all civilian personnel (family members, guests, and visitors) driving or riding in a POV on or off the installation. Vehicle operators are responsible for all passengers in the vehicle. Seat belt use is federally mandated and will be enforced as a primary violation. 2.25.2. Any person who drives on JBLE in a motor vehicle manufactured after January 1, 1968 IAW VSC 46.2-1092 and 46.2-1094, shall ensure all personnel including any child up to eight years old, who is transported therein, is provided with and properly secured by a seat

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belt or a federally-approved child restraint device of a type which meets the standards adopted by the United States Department of Transportation. All military and civilian personnel operating motor vehicles on JBLE, to include all passengers, will wear seat belts when installed as original equipment or added equipment. Any person transporting individuals under 18 years of age will use the vehicle seat belt system unless a physician licensed to practice medicine determines the child's weight, physical fitness or medical condition prevents the use of a child restraint device in any vehicle. The driver must carry a written statement from the physician identifying the child and stating why the child is exempt. 2.25.3. Any person transporting another person less than 18 years old, except for those required pursuant to para 2.25.2. to be secured in a child restraint device, shall ensure that such person is provided with and properly secured by an appropriate seat belt system when driving on the installation in any motor vehicle manufactured after January 1, 1968. 2.25.4. Seat belt spot checks will be conducted on the installation. Security Forces, while making traffic stops, and installation entry controllers, during all traffic periods, will check for compliance. No other violation need exist to stop a person for a seat belt violation. 2.25.5. Operators refusing to wear a seat belt after being advised that wear is mandatory may be denied entry to the installation unless they desire to proceed on foot. 2.25.6. Security Forces will ticket active duty personnel for seat belt violations via a DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket. Unit safety officers or Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) will identify personnel found not wearing seat belts to their unit commanders. 2.25.7. Security Forces will ticket all non-active duty personnel for seat belt violations via a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice. Unit safety officers or NCOs will identify civilian personnel found not wearing seat belts to their sponsor’s commander. 2.26. Traffic Circulation Plan. 2.26.1. The majority of traffic on JBLE-Langley is concentrated along two roads: Sweeney Boulevard and Nealy Avenue. Sweeney Boulevard carries the highest volume of traffic and has ingress/egress access via the Armistead Gate. Nealy Avenue has the second highest volume of traffic and has ingress/egress access via the LaSalle Gate. Other major roads include Dodd Boulevard which primarily serves the ACC campus area and Ward/Lee Road which serves as an access road to northern sections of the base. 2.26.2. Sweeney Boulevard Corridor. Armistead Avenue connects with Sweeney Boulevard just outside Armistead Gate. Sweeney Boulevard runs east-west along the south section of the base and can be divided into two major sections. Section I runs from the intersection of Nealy Avenue west to Armistead Gate. The speed limit in this section is 35 mph. Section II runs from the Nealy Avenue intersection east to Ward Road and has one lane in each direction with a continuous center turn lane. Section II also runs through the Heavier-ThanAir (HTA) housing area and provides access to the Fighter Squadron areas. Section II is very congested with limited parking due to the high volume of work areas served by this route. The speed limit is 35 mph with a short 15 mph section through HTA housing area.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 2.26.3. Nealy Avenue Corridor. LaSalle Avenue leads to LaSalle Gate on the southwest section of the base. Inside the gate, LaSalle Avenue changes to Nealy Avenue and runs eastwest from LaSalle Gate to the Sweeney Boulevard intersection. Nealy Avenue has one through lane in each direction with a center lane that operates as a continuous left turn lane. Nealy Avenue primarily serves the Base Exchange, Commissary, and Medical Group traffic and serves as a connector from the LaSalle Gate to eastern sections of the base. The speed limit along Nealy Avenue is 35 mph. 2.26.4. Dodd Boulevard Corridor. Dodd Boulevard primarily serves the ACC campus area along with the ACC gym and is a highly congested work area with a limited amount of parking. Dodd Boulevard has two lanes in each direction with a dividing median from Hammond Avenue to Bryant Avenue. Past Bryant Avenue, Dodd Boulevard is one lane each way with a center lane that serves as a reversible lane during morning and evening peak hours. The center lane serves as a continuous left turn lane during all other hours. The reversible lane runs from Bryant Avenue to Douglas Street. Dodd Boulevard is one lane each way from Douglas Street to the Ward Road intersection. The speed limit along Dodd Boulevard is 25 mph. 2.26.5. Ward/Lee Road Corridor. Ward Road connects at the Sweeney Avenue/Dodd Boulevard intersection and runs north-south around the eastern perimeter of the runway. Ward Road turns into Clarke Avenue through the Lighter-Than-Air (LTA) housing area then Weyland Road from west of the LTA housing area to Durand Loop and finally changes to Lee Road which runs north-south along the west perimeter of the runway to the Armistead Gate. This corridor primarily serves the LTA housing area, education center, and the golf course. The speed limit along this corridor is 35 mph with the exception of the LTA housing area which is 15 mph and the golf course area which is 25 mph. 2.26.6. Elm Street. Elm Street runs north-south and serves as a major connector from Sweeney Boulevard to LaSalle Gate exit. The speed limit along this street is 25 mph. 2.26.7. Gates. JBLE-Langley has four primary means of ingress/egress: LaSalle Gate, Armistead Gate, King Street Gate and Durand Gate when open. Speed limits entering the gates: LaSalle Gate is 15 mph, Armistead Gate is 10 mph, King Street Gate is 10 mph and Durand Gate is 15 mph. 2.26.8. JBLE-Eustis: The majority of base traffic is concentrated along two roads: Washington Boulevard and Madison Avenue. Washington Boulevard carries the highest volume of traffic and has ingress/egress via Gate #1. Madison Avenue has the second highest volume of traffic and has ingress/egress via Gate #2. Other major roads include Lee Boulevard which primarily serves the barracks areas, motor pools, 3d Port, PX and Commissary and Monroe Avenue which serves the majority of military units, barracks areas and motor pools. 2.26.9. Gate #1 located on Fort Eustis Boulevard is operational 24/7. Gate #2 adjacent Shellanbarger Road is operational M-F 0500-2100; S-Su 0500-1900; Federal Holidays Closed. 2.26.10. Controlled Access Roads. 2.26.10.1. Gregg Road from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) boundary line to Worley Road and Worley Road from Gregg Road to the

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Langley Saddle Club end of Tabb Creek Bridge are controlled access roads. These roads are For Official Use Only and Security Forces monitor the area 24 hours a day. 2.26.10.2. Benedict Avenue is a controlled access road and vehicle traffic is limited to residents and their guests. 2.26.11. Limitation on U-Turns. U-turns are prohibited within the confines of JBLE unless emergency road conditions dictate otherwise. 2.26.12. Right of Way at the Traffic Circle. All vehicles intending to enter the circle must yield to vehicles currently driving in the circle. All vehicles intending to exit the circle should display intent with proper turn signaling. 2.27. Entry and Departure of JBLE. 2.27.1. Vehicles will enter and depart JBLE only through authorized access control points. 2.27.2. Vehicles entering JBLE are required to stop unless otherwise directed by an authorized official. 2.27.3. Vehicles entering and departing JBLE are subject to random installation access control point checks. 2.27.4. Military personnel and civilian employees who refuse to comply with the random installation access control point check procedures pursuant to DoD 5200.8R, Physical Security Program; AFMAN 31-201, Volume 3, Flight Operation; may be subject to loss of base driving privileges. Other individuals who refuse to comply with random installation access control point check procedures may be subject to barment action. Refer to Chapter 7 for on-base driving privileges suspension and revocation guidance. 2.27.5. Vehicles entering installation access control points during the hours of darkness will use parking lights only prior to approaching the entrance (vehicles with day time running lights are exempt). No motor vehicle operator shall approach the security gates or installation access control points with both parking lights and headlights turned completely off. 2.27.6. No operator of any motor vehicle shall use a cellular telephone while entering through installation access control points or while driving on the installation. Exception: The use of cellular telephones is permitted when using a hands-free (not in your hands for any reason) headset/device. Note: Executive Order 13513, Federal Leadership on Reducing Text Messaging While Driving Section 2, applies and states; Federal employees shall not engage in text messaging (a) when driving a Government Owned Vehicle (GOV), or when driving a POV while on official Government business, or (b) when using electronic equipment supplied by the Government while driving. Refer to Chapter 7, for on-base driving privileges suspension and relocation guidance. 2.27.7. Anytime 100-percent identification checks are conducted, all vehicles will come to a complete stop where instructed by Security Forces or augmentees and all personnel in the vehicle will present the proper identification. At least one occupant of each vehicle must have a valid DoD identification card (ID). The remaining occupants without a DoD ID must present some other current form of government issued ID (such as state issued operator’s license) IAW the IDP.

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Chapter 3 BICYCLE AND COASTER-WHEELED CONVEYANCE 3.1. Bicycle Operation. 3.1.1. Any cyclist riding a bicycle on JBLE will observe the same traffic rules required of a motor vehicle operator. All cyclists operating a bicycle on JBLE are subject to all bicycle requirements set forth in the Virginia Traffic Code. 3.1.2. Cyclists are required to wear a safety helmet. 3.1.3. Cyclists riding during the hours of darkness are required to have a lamp on the front of the bicycle which can emit a white light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the front and an approved red rear reflector or light visible at least 600 feet to the rear. 3.1.4. Cyclists are prohibited from using any crosswalk, sidewalk, driveway or any other area not designated as a traffic lane for the purpose of by-passing a traffic control device and will use bicycle lanes, if provided. Bicycles will not be ridden on any sidewalk within the business area (i.e., Base Exchange, bank, credit union, Commissary, ACC campus area, etc.). 3.1.5. Cyclists on roadways will be in single file, as far to the right as possible, and use extreme caution when crossing heavily traveled intersections/roadways. 3.1.6. Cyclists will never assume the right of way over other vehicles. 3.1.7. Cyclists will use proper hand and arm signals when turning or stopping. 3.1.8. Bicycles will be equipped with an approved brake which will enable the operator to stop on any pavement. 3.1.9. Cyclists, persons on coasters, skateboards, roller skates or roller blades will never cling or hold on to another moving vehicle. 3.1.10. All personnel are encouraged to mark their bicycles (property of value) with their name or last four digits of their social security number (SSN). Owners should record the make, model and serial number and keep this information in a safe place. 3.1.11. No person is allowed to play; i.e. baseball, street hockey, football, soccer, kickball, etc. on JBLE roadways. A child who is allowed to play on any JBLE roadway is considered to be improperly supervised by his/her parent or guardian. 3.2. Coaster-Wheeled Conveyance. 3.2.1. The use of coaster-wheeled conveyance (defined as any form of object propelled afoot to include, but not limited to, in-line skates, roller skates, roller blades, scooters or skateboards) is prohibited on any roadway, parking lot or sidewalk, except in established areas. 3.2.2. The only established areas where coaster-wheeled conveyances are authorized on JBLE, to include The Landings at Langley, are the running track from the ACC gym to the golf course and the running track on Nealy Avenue from Building 407 (the billeting office). 3.2.3. All persons using a coaster-wheeled conveyance are required to wear safety helmets. It is strongly recommended that all skaters use wrist, elbow and kneepads.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 3.2.4. It is prohibited for persons using skateboards, roller skates, roller blades or any coaster-wheeled conveyance to wear any device or instrument which substantially impairs his/her hearing. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of headsets or earphones containing or connected to any source of sound. 3.2.5. Jumping ramps are not authorized along any roadway or sidewalk.

3.3. Violations. Persons in violation of the above bicycle and coaster-wheeled conveyance instructions may be issued a DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket, or a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice, United States District Court Violation Notice as appropriate. Traffic points will not be assessed; however, the traffic ticket report will be forwarded to the member’s or sponsor’s unit commander for action.

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Chapter 4 PARKING SUPERVISION 4.1. Purpose. Parking restrictions are established to better manage on-base parking areas, support the mission and encourage participation in the government’s policy on energy conservation and a cleaner environment. 4.2. Enforcement. For violations discovered while the vehicle is unattended, the license plate number shall constitute prima facie evidence the registered owner of the vehicle is the person responsible for the violation. Parking enforcement will be reduced during periods of increased readiness conditions and readiness exercises if such day-to-day procedures affect military efficiency. Note: Only DD Form 1408s, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket will be written for parking violations. 4.3. Prohibited Parking. Unauthorized vehicles will not be parked in areas marked or designated as reserved parking nor will a vehicle be parked where it is prohibited by signs, markings or other provisions of this code, except those provisions granted to emergency vehicle operators. Parking is prohibited in all areas not designated by two white lines. 4.4. Against the Flow of Traffic. Vehicles parked parallel to curbing or the road edge will be facing the direction of traffic movement. Vehicles parked in slanted parking stalls will not be facing against the flow of traffic. 4.5. Too Far from Curb or Road Edge. Vehicles parked parallel to the curb or road edge will be parked in such a manner that the wheels are not more than 12 inches from the curbing or road edge. 4.6. Straddling Lines. Vehicles will not be parked in such a manner as to extend over the lines designating the space used as a parking stall. Vehicles will be parked completely within the designated stall. 4.7. Seeded or Unpaved Surfaces. Vehicles will not be parked on other than paved surfaces, unless the area has been designated as overflow parking. 633 CES/Traffic Management will coordinate with 633 SFS/Police Services or 733 CED/Traffic Management will coordinate with 733 SFS/S5. 4.8. Dumpsters. Vehicles will not be parked within six (6) feet of a dumpster nor block the access of sanitation trucks. 4.9. Intersection. Vehicles will not be parked within 20 feet of any intersection or corner. 4.10. Traffic Control Device. Vehicles will not be parked within 15 feet of any stop sign, yield sign or any other such marking which is upon the pavement. 4.11. Fire Hydrants. Vehicles will not be parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. 4.12. Buildings. Vehicles will not be parked within five (5) feet of any building, unless otherwise designated. 4.13. Entrances and Exits. Vehicles will not be parked within four feet of any parking area entrance or exit, unless otherwise designated. 4.14. Safety Zone or Fire Lane Parking Restrictions.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 4.14.1. Safety zones are defined as areas in parking lots marked by white hash marks or lines and not identified as fire lanes. Only mopeds, motorcycles and bicycles are permitted to park in safety zones, unless parking is prohibited by a posted sign or other markings. 4.14.2. Fire lanes are defined as areas in parking lots and roadways marked by red or yellow hash marks, lines, markings or posted with signs. Vehicles are prohibited from being parked within the boundaries of a marked fire lane.

4.15. No Parking Zone. Vehicles will not be parked against or adjacent to any curbing which is posted by a sign designating “No Parking Zone” or painted in yellow. 4.16. Loading Zone. Vehicles will not be parked against or adjacent to any curbing which is posted by a sign designating “Loading Zone” area, unless the vehicle is actively engaged in loading or unloading activities. 4.17. Storage Policy for Recreational Vehicles (RVs). 4.17.1. Recreational vehicles are defined as boats, jet skis, dirt bikes on trailers, motor homes, overnight campers and trailers (both powered and un-powered) and most large recreational items not used for daily transportation or for daily recreation in the yard. 4.17.2. No person shall park or store a recreational vehicle under the following circumstances: 4.17.2.1. Within the HTA, LTA or The Landings at Langley housing areas, or any housing area on Fort Eustis except as outlined in the Base Housing Pamphlet. 4.17.2.2. In non-housing areas of the base, except in designated parking areas controlled by the 633d Force Support Squadron (633 FSS). 4.18. Public Parking Area Restrictions. Vehicles will not be parked in public parking areas (i.e., Base Exchange/Commissary parking lot) in excess of 24 hours. Vehicles involved in an accident resulting in disabling damage will not be left at the scene in excess of 24 hours. The owner or person in charge will remove the vehicle. At no time will the vehicle be left in such a manner as to create a hazard to other traffic. 4.19. Traffic Warden Program. 4.19.1. The 633 SFS/S3OL is appointed as the base traffic warden. This section prescribes the procedures for issuing, maintaining control over and accounting for citations and specifies the responsibilities for unit traffic wardens assigned to the 633 ABW and associate units. Unit traffic wardens will be at the minimum grade of E-5/GS-06 and only monitor parking lots of their respective facilities. The 633 SFS/S3OL will train all unit traffic wardens on the proper procedures for enforcing violations of parking regulations and properly completing DD Form 1408. 4.19.2. A minimum of one primary and alternate unit traffic warden will be appointed, in writing, by the respective unit commander. A copy of the appointment letter will be provided to 633 SFS/S3OL. 4.19.3. The unit’s senior traffic warden will be responsible for his/her respective unit’s traffic warden program. The senior traffic warden will contact 633 SFS/S3OL for any training or questions about the program. All appointed unit traffic wardens will be trained by

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633 SFS/S3OL in the proper completion of DD Form 1408s prior to accomplishing any unit traffic warden duties. 4.20. Temporary Reserved Parking. Unit commanders, or equivalent, may establish temporary parking limitations, to include reserved parking spaces or areas, to support special functions occurring on base and will do so by erecting official signs and/or barricades. Temporary parking limitations will not disrupt the normal flow of traffic without first being coordinated through 633 SFS/S3OL or 733 SFS/S3 at least one (1) week prior to the scheduled event. 4.21. Handicapped Parking. 4.21.1. Such parking is limited to those vehicles operated by or used to transport persons who are handicapped, permanently or temporarily, in order to provide barrier-free paths from the vehicles to the facilities. 4.21.2. Such vehicles will be identified by either a special parking placard or plate issued by a state department of motor vehicles. Placards will be displayed either from the rear view mirror or on the left hand side of the dashboard. The State of Virginia’s handicap placards, plates descriptions and application information can be found at www.dmv.state.va.us. 4.22. Reserved Parking. 4.22.1. Installation parking areas must be managed to provide support to the mission. Reserved parking will be kept to an absolute minimum to encourage safe working and living environments. 4.22.2. Reserved parking will generally be granted according to the following priorities: 4.22.2.1. Generals, Colonels, Chief Master Sergeants, equivalent grades of other services and GS-14 (National Security Personnel System (NSPS) Pay Band 3) and above. 4.22.2.2. Organizational commanders and first sergeants. 4.22.2.3. Emergency and mission essential government vehicles. 4.22.2.4. Handicapped stalls as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines. 4.22.2.5. Visitor/customer service only facilities with a customer service function. These requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. These parking spaces will have a time limit. 4.22.2.6. Group-level and above quarterly/monthly award winners. 4.22.2.7. Special parking slots (i.e., Volunteer with Permit) may be reserved at community areas, such as the Commissary and Base Exchange. The 633 MSG/CC or 733 MSG/CC is the approving official for all special parking requests. 4.22.3. Facility managers will serve as points of contact for reserved parking designations in parking lots servicing the facility. For parking lots servicing more than one facility, requests for reserved parking designations will be coordinated with appropriate facility managers. 4.22.3.1. The requesting facility manager will submit a written request (AF IMT 332, Base Civil Engineer Work Request) work order for reserved parking spaces to the 633d

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 Civil Engineer Squadron (633 CES)/733 CED Customer Service after coordination with other facility managers, if appropriate. The requesting facility manager will also coordinate the work request with 633 SFS/S3OL or 733 SFS/S5 and 633 ABW/SE prior to submitting to 633 CES Customer Service. Requests will be completed as follows: 4.22.3.1.1. Provide a map depicting the parking area, total spaces, number, and desired location of the reserved spaces, designation for each space and the name and duty phone of the facility manager submitting the request. 4.22.3.1.2. 633 CES Base Traffic Engineer will evaluate requests against requirements of paragraph 4.22.1. After requestor coordinates with 633 SFS/S3OL and 633 ABW/SE, the base traffic engineer will submit a recommendation to the work order review board. 4.22.3.1.3. Requests for additional reserved parking beyond those listed in paragraph 4.22.2. will be considered and approved only by the 633 MSG/CC or 733 MSG/CC. The request must be in writing to the 633 MSG/CC or 733 MSG/CC and coordinated and endorsed by the 633 CES/CC or 733 CED/CD, 633 SFS/CC or 733 SFS/CC and 633 ABW/CC. 4.22.3.2. Upon approval, 633 CES or 733 CED will install the appropriate signage. The 633 CES or 733 CED is the only organization authorized to install, remove or fabricate reserved parking signs. Note: Unauthorized signs will be removed by 633 CES or the 733 CED personnel upon recognition and does not need coordination. 4.22.3.3. Submit for removal of reserved parking on AF IMT 332 to 633 CES or 733 CED Customer Service. 4.22.3.4. As needed, each facility manager will submit a drawing to 633 CES or 733 CED Customer Service of the parking areas surrounding their building(s). The drawing(s) will include the location and total number of parking spaces available and the number, location, and title of each reserved parking spot. Those facility managers who share parking areas may work together and submit a combined report.

4.23. Non-moving Violation Action. 4.23.1. The following actions will be taken for non-moving violations within a consecutive 12 month period for personnel assigned at JBLE and their dependents: 4.23.1.1. First and Second Offense: Counseling, reprimand or other action deemed appropriate by the commander or sponsor. 4.23.1.2. Third Offense: Suspension of driving privileges for a period of 30 calendar days. 4.23.1.3. Fourth Offense: Suspension of driving privileges for a period of 90 calendar days. 4.23.1.4. Five (5) or More Offenses: Revocation of driving privileges for a period of at least 180 calendar days. 4.23.2. The 633 SFS/CC, 733 SFS/CC or designee, will initiate the appropriate action for civilians with no military affiliation, military retirees and their dependents.

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4.23.2.1. 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will prepare the traffic ticket or violation notice, and advisory letters for signature by the 633 SFS/CC, 633 SFS/S5 or 733 SFS/CC, addressed to the violator’s unit. The letter will state the number of violations on record, the reason for the suspension and the procedures on how the violator may request reconsideration in writing within 10 duty days. 4.23.2.2. The unit commander, section commander or first sergeant must, in each case, make a decision on whether or not an individual is guilty of a violation. If the individual is found to be “not guilty” and the 633 SFS/CC or 733 SFS/CC disagrees, the case will be sent to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD, who will review the case and make a determination for resolution. 4.24. Prohibited-Purpose Parking. Vehicles advertised “For Sale” will not be parked in any area for the specific purpose of advertisement unless registered and parked within the 633 FSS Auto Resale Lot. This does not preclude owners from displaying “For Sale” signs in their POV while the vehicle is in operation, parked at assigned quarters or at an assigned duty section. 4.25. Requirements for Motorcycle and ATV Operation. 4.25.1. Prior to operation of a motorcycle, all military personnel who operate a motorcycle on a roadway at any time, on or off-duty and on or off military installations are required to attend and complete an approved motorcycle rider education course and possess a Virginia Motorcycle Safety Course completion certificate. Pending completion of initial training, commanders may authorize operators who possess a valid motorcycle license, endorsement or riders permit to ride subject to any restrictions imposed by such license, endorsement, or permit. AF civilian personnel while in an official duty status on official business, who operate a motorcycle on or off a DoD installation are required to attend and complete an approved motorcycle rider education course and possess a Virginia Motorcycle Safety Course completion certificate. Commanders may also authorize Air Force civilians who possess a valid motorcycle license, endorsement or riders permit to ride subject to any restrictions imposed by such license, endorsement, or permit. Virginia Motorcycle Safety Course completion certificate is also required for all unit motorcycle (on and off-road), scooter, moped (scooters and mopeds with engine displacement of 50cc or greater) and three (3) wheeled vehicle riders. 4.25.1.1. Approved training must meet Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic Rider Course (BRC) or State-approved course in lieu of DoD initial training. 4.25.1.2. Commanders shall accept the original or certified copy of a completion card of any MSF or State-approved course in lieu of DoD initial training. 4.25.1.3. Those seeking to become motorcycle operators on roadways must comply with the skills training, permit and license requirements of the state as required pursuant to guidelines established under AFI 91-207, The US Air Force Traffic Safety Program, dated 12 September 2013. 4.25.1.4. Air Force civilian personnel not in a duty status, who do not ride a motorcycle in order to complete their assigned duty or official business, (Refer to paragraph 4.5.1 of AFI 91-207), non-military family members, military retirees, civilian visitors or contractors who operate a motorcycle while on an AF installation are encouraged, but not required, to attend an approved motorcycle rider safety course. Personnel who are

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containing impact absorbing padding is strongly encouraged. Riders should select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material. 4.25.3.4. Foot Protection. Sturdy, over the ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles (durable leather or ballistic-type cloth athletic shoes that cover the ankles may be worn). Sandals, low quarters, sneakers and similar footwear will not be used. 4.25.3.5. Tactical Motorcycle and ATV Rider Protection. All on-duty riders of government-owned motorcycles and ATV operators during off-road operations will also wear knee pads, shin guards and padded full-fingered gloves. Special duty requirements may dictate limited compliance. 4.25.4. Off-Road Vehicle Ranges. If an installation has an off-road vehicle range open to the public, operators of privately owned motorcycles, ATVs or three-wheelers must show proof of training such as an ASI (ATV Safety Institute), MSF or SVIA (Specialty Vehicle Institute of America) course completion card to the range official before operating on the range. Local or state training can be acceptable as determined by the installation commander. The AF is not required to pay for riders to attend this training.

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Chapter 5 TOWING OF PRIVATELY OWNED VEHICLES 5.1. Implied Consent for Towing Vehicles. 5.1.1. Any illegally parked vehicle on JBLE interfering with traffic operations, creating a safety hazard, disabled by accident or incident, left unattended in or adjacent to a restricted, controlled, approach way or off-limits area may be towed at the owner’s expense. Additionally, vehicles parked on JBLE may be towed by order of the 633 MSG/CD, 733 MSG/CD or higher authority. 5.1.2. Inoperative vehicles, illegally parked vehicles, vehicles with expired or non-existent base or state registration or inspection, vehicles with major safety defects, vehicles suspected of being involved in the commission of a crime, vehicles that present a traffic or safety hazard to others and law enforcement personnel who reasonably believe the vehicle is abandoned may be subject to tow. If the vehicle is cited as abandoned, and if feasible, the owner will be allowed three (3) calendar days from the date the vehicle is tagged to remove the vehicle (paragraph 5.2.5). If the vehicle isn’t moved after three (3) calendar days it will be considered abandoned and towed at the owner’s expense. Note: Any automobile, boat, recreational vehicle (RV), trailer, motorcycle or other conveyance not operating under its own power due to; missing parts, flat tires, external parts such as fenders, hood, grill, bumpers or due to vehicle not being properly registered, is considered abandoned. 5.1.3. Any person granted the privilege of operating, owning or having possession of a motor vehicle on JBLE is considered to have given their consent to meet the financial obligations of towing and storage fees prior to the release of a vehicle. Fees are imposed only as a government reimbursable expense. If a person fails to meet or refuses such obligations their privilege to operate a motor vehicle on JBLE may be revoked for a period of 12 months. 5.2. Towing and Removal of Illegally Parked Vehicles. 5.2.1. The BDOC will be contacted for all parking violations which create a roadway blockage or hazard. A Security Forces member will cite the vehicle for the violation and will make attempts to contact the owner to have the vehicle removed. In the event the owner does not move the vehicle, it will be subject to tow at the owner expense. 5.2.2. Any unattended motor vehicle, which is illegally parked for an unreasonable amount of time, blocking fire lanes, or driveways etc., may be moved to an authorized parking area, and the owner notified of its location. In these cases, the BDOC should contact base transportation and request assistance. If base transportation cannot respond in a timely manner or an emergency condition exists, the authorized towing service may be used to remove the vehicle. The BDOC will annotate this incident in the Security Forces blotter. 5.2.3. Vehicles in violation of parking regulations within the 633 FSS Auto Resale Lot will be towed immediately. Vehicles parked in a no parking zone or tow away zone are also subject to towing immediately. All fees and cost related to the towing and storage of these vehicles shall be the responsibility of the vehicle’s registered owner.

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5.2.4. Vehicles will be stopped at installation gates and other areas throughout JBLE as a result of suspicion, an actual offense, Random Vehicle Inspections (RVIs), or any other situation deemed necessary by a higher competent authority to include but not limited to driving while impaired (DWI), wants/warrants, etc. The vehicle operator will not be allowed to move the vehicle from the location of the stop. A backup unit will be dispatched and a second traffic lane will be opened to allow other vehicles to enter the installation, if necessary. If the vehicle impedes traffic or presents a risk of causing an accident, and only when approved by the on-duty Security Forces Flight Chief or higher, the operator will be asked for consent to move the vehicle to a safe location by a Security Forces member. If consent to move the vehicle is not granted, not authorized by the Security Forces Flight Chief or higher or the individual is alone and a relative or friend cannot be contacted, the BDOC controller will make contact with the S3 for approval to have the vehicle removed by an authorized towing company at the operator’s expense. Authorized wrecker service employees can be verified by the listing maintained at the BDOC. 5.2.5. Privately-owned vehicles, including boats, trailers, motorcycles and mopeds illegally parked at any location and identified as abandoned by security forces under any one or a combination of the following conditions is therefore subject to towing and or impoundment if left unattended for a continuous period of more than 72 hours: 5.2.5.1. Vehicle registration has expired or the owner does not live at the address on the last registration certificate. 5.2.5.2. The last legal owner disclaims ownership. 5.2.5.3. Essential major parts have been removed so as to render the vehicle inoperable or the vehicle identification number (VIN), registration (license plates) and other means of identification have been removed so as to nullify efforts to locate or identify the owner. 5.2.5.4. Vehicle registration records of the state where the license plates were issued show no registration for the vehicle. 5.2.5.5. Vehicle projects an unsightly image to the base. 5.2.5.6. Vehicle is advertised “For Sale” and parked in an unauthorized area. 5.2.5.7. Vehicle obstructs the free flow or movement of traffic or poses a threat to public safety or military efficiency. 5.2.5.8. Vehicle does not display a valid state safety inspection, as applicable to the state of registration. 5.2.6. For suspected abandoned vehicles, the owner will be allowed three (3) calendar duty days from the date the vehicle is tagged using a DD Form 2504, Abandoned Vehicle Notice, to remove the vehicle before impoundment action is initiated. If the vehicle is not moved within three (3) calendar duty days after issuance of DD Form 2504, it may be impounded. 5.2.7. A DD Form 2505, Abandoned Vehicle Removal Authorization, will be completed by 633 SFS/S3OL or the 733 SFS Traffic Section. In the event of an emergency situation (i.e., traffic hazard, impeding emergency response vehicles, natural disaster clean-up, vehicle is disabled and owner is unavailable, etc.), the on-duty Security Forces flight chief may

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a military wrecker is not capable or available within the required timeline then a civilian wrecker may be utilized. 5.2.12. Towing of POVs for traffic violations or involvement in criminal activity will be accomplished under the direct supervision of Security Forces personnel. 5.2.13. The federal government, USAF and any other agency whether government or private, involved in the vehicle towing shall not be held liable for any damages or loss as a result of the vehicle. 5.2.14. Towing chains, ropes, straps or lines will not exceed 15 feet in length. Use of a tow bar is mandatory when towing any vehicle without brakes. The towed vehicle must be equipped with proper lights in working order (i.e., brake, turn signal and taillights).

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Chapter 6 ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT REPORTS 6.1. Responsibilities. 6.1.1. Drivers are responsible for reporting accidents involving POVs, GOVs, unattended vehicles, personal injury, death or damaged property. 6.1.2. The driver or operator of any vehicle involved in any accident resulting in injury, death, disabling damage, or resulting in estimated damage in excess of $10,000 will immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident and remain at the scene of the accident until all reporting and on-scene investigations have been completed by Security Forces. The driver/operator will, by the quickest means possible, report the accident to the Security Forces. When the driver of a vehicle is physically incapable of giving immediate notice of an accident and there is an occupant in the vehicle at the time that is capable of doing so or there is any other person in the immediate area that is capable of doing so, said occupant or person will notify Security Forces. 6.1.3. The driver or operator of any vehicle involved in any accident not resulting in injury, death, disabling damage, or resulting in estimated damage less than $10,000 will immediately report the accident to the Security Forces. The Security Forces will dispatch a patrol to the scene, if available. If a patrol is not available, the parties involved will be directed to report immediately to the Security Forces Squadron. 6.1.4. Government vehicle operators will refrain from making oral or written statements to claimants or their agents regarding liability, cause of accident or the possibility of claims approval. Additionally, they will complete the Standard Form (SF) 91, Operators Report of Motor Vehicle Accident and DD Form 518, Accident-Identification Card, as soon as possible at the scene of the accident and deliver it to the base transportation officer within 24 hours. 6.2. Category of Accidents. 6.2.1. A major accident is defined as any traffic collision involving any motor vehicle resulting in any death, injury (however slight), and damage which renders any vehicle inoperative or damage that exceeds $10,000.00. If the traffic collision is unusual in nature, it may be categorized as a major accident. All major accidents will be investigated by a certified accident investigator and an AF Form 1315, Accident Report, or DA Form 3946 Traffic Accident Report. A list of all certified and on-call accident investigators is located at the 633 SFS/BDOC or 733 SFS/BDOC. 6.2.2. A minor accident is defined as any traffic collision involving any motor vehicle not involving death, injury, damage which renders any vehicle inoperative, or damage which does not exceed $10,000.00. Minor accidents parties’ information will be recorded on the 633 SFS Form Letter (FL) 7, Minor Vehicle Accident Form or 733 SFS Form T-1, Minor Vehicle Accident Report. Operators involved in minor accidents are not normally cited unless the patrol person can establish a clear violation of a law or directive. Security Forces will not investigate minor motor vehicle accidents. 6.2.3. JBLE-Langley: A hit and run accident is defined as failure to make a reasonable effort to report any traffic collision, damage involving a motor vehicle to the owner or failure to

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report an accident involving a pedestrian resulting in death or injury (however slight) to the Security Forces. Military violators will be charged under Article 92 of the UCMJ and civilian violators will be charged with VSC § 46.2-900. All hit and run accidents causing death, injuries and damage exceeding $10,000.00 will be investigated by a certified accident investigator. Completion of a Security Forces Management Information System (SFMIS) or an AF IMT 3545, Incident Report, AF IMT 1168, Statement of Suspect/Witness/Complainant, AF Form 1315, Accident Report, DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket, or a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice as appropriate, will be accomplished. 6.2.4. JBLE-Eustis: A hit and run accident is defined as failure to make a reasonable effort to report any traffic collision, damage involving a motor vehicle to the owner or failure to report an accident involving a pedestrian resulting in death or injury (however slight) to the Security Forces. Military violators may be charged under Article 92 of the UCMJ or with VSC § 46.2-900. All hit and run accidents causing death, injuries and damage exceeding $10,000.00 will be investigated by a certified accident investigator. Completion of an Army Law Enforcement Reporting and Tracking System (ALERTS) 3946, Traffic Accident Report, DA Form 2823, Statement of Suspect/Witness/Complainant, DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket, or a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice as appropriate, will be accomplished. 6.3. Accident Investigations. Security Forces will respond to all major accidents occurring on JBLE and areas under exclusive jurisdiction. Upon arrival at the scene, responding traffic investigators will accomplish all appropriate forms necessary to document the incident. Accidents occurring in The Landings at Langley housing area are investigated by the York County Sheriff’s Department (YCSD). Security Forces will respond and assist in all major accidents in The Landings at Langley housing area and a blotter entry and applicable report will be accomplished. 6.4. Duty to Give Information. All drivers or owners of vehicles involved in accidents will provide the required information to any person injured in an accident or the driver, owner, occupant or any other person attending any vehicle or property damaged in an accident. In all cases, the above persons will produce and surrender their ID card, permit to drive, vehicle registration, current insurance card and inspection certificate (if applicable) to the Security Forces. 6.5. Release of Accident Reports. Personnel requesting a copy of the 633 SFS FL 7 or 733 SFS T1 can contact 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R five to seven duty days after the accident.

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Chapter 7 SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF DRIVING PRIVILEGES 7.1. Designated Representatives. The 633 MSG/CD or the 733 MSG/CD are the designated representatives for 633 ABW/CC concerning all necessary business to administratively suspend or revoke driving privileges, conduct administrative hearings regarding suspended or revoked drivers and to hear all traffic related matters on the installation IAW AFMAN 31-116, paragraphs 1.3 and 2.5-2.5.2.4. Suspension and revocation of driving privileges apply to drivers of both government and private vehicles, regardless of the vehicle type involved in the resultant action. On-base driving privileges will be suspended or revoked IAW AFI 31-218. Note: Revocations of base driving privileges will never be for a period less than six (6) months. 7.2. Application of Suspension and Revocation Actions. A suspension or revocation of driving privileges will only apply to the individual to whom it was administered. Actions taken against sponsors will not apply to family members nor will actions taken against family members apply against sponsors. Note: 633 SFS/S5R or the 733 SFS/S5R are responsible for forwarding revocation, suspension and driving records to gaining commanders upon a member’s permanent change of station (PCS) through automated or direct means. 633 SFS/S5R or the 733 SFS/S5R will ensure any similar records received from losing commanders of inbound personnel are documented accordingly. 7.3. Requests for Suspension or Revocation of On-Base Driving Privileges for Other Than Driving While Intoxicated Offenses. Unit commanders or staff agency directors may request, and if approved, issue suspension of a military member’s, a family member’s or a civilian employee’s driving privileges by forwarding a letter requesting suspension or revocation to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD through 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R. Driving suspensions or revocations will not become effective until the 633 MSG/CC, 733 MSG/CC, 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD notifies the affected person and offers that person an administrative hearing. Suspension or revocation will take place 14 calendar days after written notice is received unless the affected person makes an application for a hearing within this period. Such application will stay the pending suspension or revocation for a period of 14 calendar days. 7.4. Restricted Privileges. 7.4.1. Request for limited privileges must be submitted in a typed letter to 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD through 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R with concurrence from Staff Judge Advocate (SJA). All instances require a driving check through the Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN). If the requestor is a military member, military dependent or civilian employee the request must be routed through the member’s or employee’s unit chain of command for coordination by the unit commander. Restricted privileges may be granted or denied in a hearing with the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD. 7.4.2. In all instances, the letter must be typed. 7.4.3. If the individual is active duty military or a civilian employee, the letter must be endorsed with a recommendation from their unit commander, first sergeant or staff agency director. If the individual is the dependent of an active duty military member or civilian employee, the letter must be endorsed with a recommendation from their sponsor’s unit commander or first sergeant.

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7.4.4. If the individual is a civilian with no military affiliation, a retired military member or the dependent of a retired military member, the letter does not require an endorsement or recommendation before being sent to the 633 MSG/CD or the 733 MSG/CD. 7.4.5. If limited privileges are granted, 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will forward written instructions for restricted-driving privileges granted to the requester. The requester must maintain the letter on his/her person at all times while operating a motor vehicle on any JBLE property. 7.4.6. Restricted driving privileges will not be granted to any person whose operator’s license or right to operate motor vehicles is under suspension or revocation by state or federal licensing authority. 7.5. Administration of the Program. 7.5.1. Once the 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R receives notification of a suspension or revocation through the issuance of a temporary suspension by an on-duty Security Forces patrolman, they will contact the appropriate first sergeant to have the individual report to Building 355 (JBLE-Langley) or Bldg 648 (JBLE-Eustis). When the individual reports, S5R will ask if he or she requests a hearing with the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD. 7.5.2. 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will prepare, distribute and receive responses to suspension or revocation letters and forward them with case files to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD through the 633 ABW/JA for signature. Upon suspension or revocation approval, 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will provide a final notice of suspension or revocation to all active duty personnel’s first sergeant or commander. 7.5.3. If the individual requests a hearing, it must be made within seven (7) duty days after receiving a suspension or revocation letter, in writing addressed to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD, to vacate the suspension. 633 SFS/S5R or 733SFS/S5R is responsible for scheduling the administrative hearing with the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD, once they receive official notification the individual requests a hearing. The individual must route the request through his/her commander and the 633 SFS/CC or 733 SFS/CC to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD. The individual’s commander must also send a mission-impact statement via email or memorandum to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD explaining why the suspended individual should be allowed to drive on the installation. 633 SFS/S5R or 733SFS/S5R will prepare a packet with all pertinent information to assist the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD in his/her decision-making, ensuring the commander receives the case files at least one duty day before the hearing. If the individual initially indicates he/she does not want a hearing but later decides to request a full or partial reinstatement, an email or memorandum must be generated and routed (as indicated above). In this case, the individual will not appear before the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD unless he/she is requested to do so. After the hearing, the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD will forward the hearing determinations to the 633 SFS/CC or 733SFS/CC. 7.5.4. If the individual is granted “limited” driving privileges, an endorsement will be made on the limited driving privileges letter by the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD. This is a statement to the fact the individual understands and will comply with the limited driving privileges. The individual will receive a copy of this endorsement.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 7.5.5. Upon revocation actions only the following will be accomplished: For individuals holding a Virginia operator’s license; a Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) DSA Form 10, Suspension/Revocation/Disqualification Notice, will be issued by 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R with the original portion of the form forwarded to DMV Headquarters in Richmond. For individuals with operator’s licenses from other states, a letter will be sent by 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R via mail to the DMV in the state who issued the individual’s operator’s license explaining what violation was committed and what actions were taken. This applies only to “on-base” violations. 7.5.6. Upon serving the individual the revocation or suspension package, he/she will be added to the Revocation and Suspension List. The Revocation and Suspension List is updated monthly by 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R and available for the 633 SFS/S3OL or 733 SFS/SO through DBIDS to retrieve and post at installation entry points.

7.6. Suspension and Revocation Procedures. 7.6.1. Individuals will have their driving privilege suspended or revoked as indicated in this chapter. Suspensions or revocations will take place within 10 duty days after written notice is received, unless the offender requests a hearing. 7.6.2. Persons driving without a valid operator’s license will have their installation driving privileges suspended for 90 calendar days for their first offense. Violators will be allowed three (3) duty days to renew a recently expired operator’s license. Upon proof of compliance, the mandatory 90 calendar day suspension will be reclassified as a non-moving violation. A recently expired license is defined as expired 30 calendar days or less. 7.6.3. Failure to obtain insurance or expired insurance coverage will result in the suspension of installation driving privileges for a period of 90 calendar days. Operators who fail to carry proof of insurance in their vehicle will have three (3) duty days to show proof of insurance. Upon proof of vehicle insurance, with a validity date prior to the citation issuance date, the citation shall be reclassified as a non-moving violation. If proof of insurance at the time of the violation is not shown to 633 SFS/S5R or 733SFS/S5R within three (3) duty days, a suspension will be initiated as if the person had no insurance coverage. 7.6.4. Persons found with an open container of alcoholic beverage in their vehicle will have their installation driving privileges revoked for a period of 180 calendar days. 7.6.5. Persons eluding or fleeing from Security Forces will have their installation driving privileges revoked for a period of 180 calendar days. 7.6.6. The penalty for exceeding the speed limit by 10 mph in base housing will be as follows: 7.6.6.1. First offense will result in the suspension of installation driving privileges for five (5) calendar days. 7.6.6.2. Second offense will result in the suspension of installation driving privileges for 10 calendar days. 7.6.6.3. Third offense will be forwarded to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD for action. 7.6.7. Vehicle operators cited for the initial cell phone violation will receive a warning citation notifying the operator of base driving privilege suspensions. If further violations

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occur after the first offense, the following actions will be initiated: a three (3) day suspension of base driving privileges for the second offense, a 10 day suspension for the third offense and a 30 day suspension for the fourth offense. Any subsequent violations within a 12 month period will lead to the subject having their installation driving privileges revoked for a period of one (1) year. 7.6.8. The period of suspension or revocation of installation driving privileges for a commission of a traffic offense in Virginia, or another state, which if committed on the installation, would be grounds for suspension or revocation, will correspond with penalties for similar offenses as if they occurred on the installation. 7.6.9. When temporary suspensions are followed by revocations, the period of revocation is computed beginning from the date the original suspension was imposed, exclusive of any period during which full driving privileges may have been restored pending resolution of charges. (Example: privileges were initially suspended on 1 January 2000 for a charge of intoxicated driving with a BAC of 0.14 percent. A hearing was held, extreme family hardship was substantiated, and privileges were restored on 1 February 2000 pending resolution of the charge. On 1 March 2000, the driver was convicted for intoxicated driving. The mandatory one (1) year revocation period will consist of January 2000 plus March 2000 through January 2001, for a total of 12 months with no installation driving privileges.) 7.6.10. Driving in violation of a suspension or revocation imposed under this regulation will result in the original period of suspension or revocation being increased by two (2) years. In addition, administrative action may be initiated based on the commission of any traffic, criminal, or military offenses, for example, active duty military personnel driving on the installation in violation of a lawful order. 7.6.11. Other offenses will be at the discretion of the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD (as determined by the suspending or revoking authority). 7.7. Suspension and Revocation of On-Base Driving Privileges for DWI Offenses. 7.7.1. The 633 MSG/CC, 633 MSG/CD, or 733 SFS/CC will be briefed on all facts concerning on-base DWI incidents and may authorize a temporary suspension or revocation letter be served immediately to the offender. Civilian and military personnel will be issued a preliminary suspension of on-base driving privileges letter before they depart from any DWI offense so they are notified and acknowledge the suspension. Preliminary suspensions for intoxicated driving remain in effect until the 633 MSG/CC, 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD makes a final decision to suspend or revoke driving privileges. Suspensions or revocations will take place within 14 calendar days after written notice is received, unless the offender requests a hearing 7.7.2. Hearings will take place within 14 calendar days of receipt of a request and will cover only pertinent issues related to the offense; i.e. probable cause, consent for breath/authorization for blood sample (if necessary), refusal, etc. Military/DoD Civilians have the right to be represented by counsel at their own expense. Results of the hearing will determine if installation driving privileges will be restored, pending outcome of the existing charge(s), or if suspension or revocation of installation driving privileges will be upheld. If it is determined at the conclusion of a hearing that the suspension or revocation is to be upheld, the 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will instruct violators to report to Bldg 355 (Herron Hall)

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 (JBLE-Langley) or Bldg 648 (JBLE-Eustis) and complete all necessary requirements for having their base driving privileges revoked for a period of one (1) year, from the date of the offense. 7.7.3. For off-base DWI incidents involving military members, the Security Forces Squadron, or receiving official, will place an entry into the Security Forces Blotter and complete an AF IMT 3545 or DA Form 3975, Incident Report, for civil arrest with information provided by the arresting law enforcement agency. The subject’s First Sergeant or Commander will then be notified. It is the responsibility of the unit to have the individual report, as soon as possible, to 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R during duty hours or to the Security Forces Squadron during non-duty hours, so a driver’s suspension or revocation letter can be served by the Reports and Analysis section. Either a unit representative or another Security Forces member will be present to sign as a witness.

7.8. Reciprocal State-Military Action. 7.8.1. IAW AFI 31-218, JBLE will recognize the interests of states in matters of POV administration and driver licensing. Statutory authority may exist within some states for reciprocal suspension and revocation of driving privileges. Upon receipt of written or other official law enforcement communication relative to the suspension or revocation of driving privileges, JBLE will terminate driving privileges as if violations occurred on the installation. 7.8.2. When imposing a suspension or revocation for an off–installation offense, the effective date should be the same as civil disposition, or the date that state driving privileges are suspended or revoked. This effective date can be retroactive. 7.8.3. If statutory authority does not exist in CONUS locations for formal military reciprocity, the following procedures will be adopted: 7.8.3.1. Commanders will recognize official documentation of suspensions or revocations imposed by state authorities. Administrative actions (suspension or revocations, point assessments, etc.) for moving traffic violations off the installation should not be less than required for similar offenses on the installation. 7.8.3.2. In CONUS, the issuing state licensing authority will be notified by the 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R section as soon as practical when a person’s installation driving privileges are suspended or revoked for any period, and immediately for DWI or refusal to submit to a lawful BAC test. The notification will be sent to the appropriate state DMV. In the absence of electronic communication technology, the appropriate state DMV will be notified by official certified mail. The notification will include the basis for the suspension or revocation and the BAC level if applicable. 7.9. Appeal Procedures. 7.9.1. Any person whose installation driving privileges are suspended or revoked may appeal in writing, via his/her chain of command, to the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD through 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R. Appeals must reach 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R not later than seven (7) duty days after a suspension or revocation letter is received by the individual. 7.9.2. In the event written notification cannot be verified either through certified return receipt mail or delivery through command channels, the 633 MSG/CD or 733 MSG/CD will deem the suspension or revocation as remanded to file as pending. The 633 SFS/S5R or the

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733 MSG/CD will maintain the remanded suspension or revocation in a pending status for a period of three (3) months, unless contact is made with the violator. Reliable proof of contact will consist of a returned Postal Service Form 3811, Domestic Return Receipt, with the signature of the addressee on line five or the returned and signed revocation or suspension letter. The effective date of the suspension will begin 10 duty days from the date of delivery, or from the date of receipt on the revocation or suspension letter. If the violator cannot be contacted within the pending time period, the effective date of the suspension or revocation will occur automatically on expiration of the pending status period.

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Chapter 8 TRAFFIC VIOLATION PROCESSING 8.1. Processing of DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket. 8.1.1. If the violator is an active duty member, a dependent of an active duty member, or a civilian employee assigned to any unit on JBLE, the ticket is sent to the appropriate unit commander or agency for action. If the violator is an active duty member assigned to another military installation or service, or a dependent thereof, the ticket will be sent to the appropriate police agency or squadron for action. If the violator is a civilian with no military affiliation, a retired military member, or the dependent of a retired military member, the violation will be recorded, points accessed as required to the individual, and kept on file. 8.1.2. Unit commanders or squadron section commanders will personally annotate the remarks section (reverse side) of the ticket, and other reports of violations, specifying “guilty” or “not guilty” and the action taken. If “not guilty” or no action is taken, they must annotate the reason for their findings. They will then sign and return the ticket to 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R. 8.1.3. Violators have 10 duty days from the date the ticket is issued to submit any rebuttal to the traffic violation. Rebuttals must be submitted in writing through the unit commander to 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R. No rebuttals will be considered once the report of action has been received. Commanders will take appropriate action on the ticket or violation notice and forward it with the rebuttal attached. No entry will be made on the driver’s record until the rebuttal has been considered by the 633 SFS/CC, 733 SFS/CC, or a designated representative. Address all citation inquiries to 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R. If the citation is uncontested or the contest is unsuccessful, 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will forward the ticket to the appropriate commander or agency chief for action. 8.1.4. The issuance of a traffic ticket is a matter within the purview of Security Forces, the primary law enforcement organization on Air Force installations. However, upon written requests to the 633 SFS/CC or 733 SFS/CC, other organizations (unit traffic wardens) may be authorized to issue parking citations in areas immediately adjacent to their organizations. 8.2. Processing of a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice. 8.2.1. Civilians can be issued a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice for traffic violations. Do not use a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice for parking violations. All persons issued a CVB Form, United States District Court Violation Notice are required to appear in U.S. Magistrate court, except under the following circumstances: 8.2.1.1. Payment of the specified fine is mailed to the Central Violations Bureau in lieu of appearance. 8.2.1.2. The case is dismissed by the Special Assistant U.S. Attorney. Contact 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R and the appropriate Judge Advocate to show proof of insurance or operator’s license.

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8.2.1.3. Failure to appear in federal court will result in the issuance of a penal summons or bench warrant. 8.3. Traffic Violation Procedures. 8.3.1. Points are, for the purpose of this instruction, those determined assessable, for moving violations, to all military and civilian personnel operating a vehicle on JBLE. 8.3.2. When an individual has accumulated a total of 12 or more points within a 12 month period or 18 points within a 24 month period, 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R will notify the individual’s commanding officer or first sergeant that the individual’s driving privileges are being revoked for a period of one (1) year. If warranted, the commander may recommend the individual’s privileges be revoked permanently. The individual’s privilege to operate a GOV may also be revoked in the same manner. If the individual is a civilian with no military affiliation, a retired military member or the dependent of a retired military member, the individual is notified via certified mail. 8.3.3. Points assessed against an individual will remain in effect IAW AFI 31-218. Driver record entries will remain posted on an individual for the periods specified below: 8.3.3.1. Non-moving violations: two (2) years. 8.3.3.2. Chargeable non-fatal accidents or moving violations: three (3) years. 8.3.3.3. Non-mandatory suspensions or revocations: five (5) years. 8.3.3.4. Mandatory revocations: seven (7) years. 8.3.4. Based on reciprocal agreements among military law enforcement officials, points and penalties will be assessed for traffic tickets issued by other military law enforcement agencies to personnel assigned to JBLE. 8.3.5. Any appeal concerning assessed traffic points or penalties (other than suspended or revoked driving privileges) must be submitted in writing through the unit commander, or first sergeant, to the 633 SFS/CC or 733 SFS/CC through 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R no later than 10 duty days from the date of action taken on the reverse side of the DD Form 1408, Armed Forces Traffic Ticket. 8.3.6. Normally, a person subject to the UCMJ who has been tried in a civilian court for a traffic violation will not undergo a trial by courts-martial for the same act or acts over which the civilian court has exercised jurisdiction. Upon notification that a military member of the installation has been charged with a serious traffic offense by civilian authorities, commanders may recommend to 633 SFS/S5R or 733 SFS/S5R that the individual’s driving privileges be suspended in accordance with this instruction. Commanders may take further administrative action if the situation warrants.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

References AFI 31-218, Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision, 22 May 2006 AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel, 18 July 2011 AFI 91-207, US Air Force Traffic Safety Program, 12 September 2013 AFMAN 31-116, Air Force Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision, 9 May 2012 AFMAN 31-116, Air Force Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision, ACC Sup, 25 April 2013 AFMAN 31-201, Volume 3, Flight Operation, 24 August 2009 AFMAN 33-363, Management of Records, 1 March 2008 DoD 5 200.8R, Physical Security Program, 9 April 2009, Incorporating Change 1, 27 May 2009 EXECUTIVE ORDER 13513, Federal Leadership on Reducing Text Messaging While Driving, 1 October 2009 Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE) Integrated Defense Plan (IDP), 4 October 2013 Manual on Uniform Control Devices for Streets and Highways (MUTCD), 2009 Edition, revised May 2012 Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 3-120-01, 1 March 2014, Incorporating Change 1, May 2014 and Change 2, 7 October 2014 Abbreviations and Acronyms 633 CES—633d Civil Engineer Squadron 633 CES/CC—633d Civil Engineer Squadron Commander 633 CES/CEPD—633d Civil Engineer Squadron Base Traffic Engineer 633 ABW/CC—633d Air Base Wing Commander 633 ABW/JA—633d Air Base Wing Staff Judge Advocate 633 ABW/SE—633d Air Base Wing Chief of Safety 633 MSG/CC—633d Mission Support Group Commander 633 MSG/CD—633d Mission Support Group Deputy Commander 633 FSS/DPC—633d Force Support Squadron Chief of Civilian Personnel 633 SFS/CC—633d Security Forces Squadron Commander 633 SFS/S2I—633d Security Forces Squadron Investigation Branch 633 SFS/S3OL—633d Security Forces Squadron Police Services Section 633 SFS/S5B—633d Security Forces Squadron Pass and Registration Section 633 SFS/S5A—633d Security Forces Squadron Installation Security Section

JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 633 SFS/S5R—633d Security Forces Squadron Reports and Analysis Section 733 CED—733d Civil Engineer Division 733 CED/DIR—733d Civil Engineer Division Director 733 CED/CEPD—733d Civil Engineer Division Base Traffic Engineer 633 ABW/CC—633d Air Base Wing Commander 733 MSG/CC—733d Mission Support Group Commander 733 MSG/CD—733d Mission Support Group Deputy Commander 733 SFS/CC—733d Security Forces Squadron Commander 733 SFS/S2I—733d Security Forces Squadron Investigation Branch 733 SFS/S5R—733d Security Forces Squadron Reports and Analysis Section ACC—Air Combat Command AF—Air Force AFB—Air Force Base AFI—Air Force Instruction AFPD—Air Force Policy Directive ALERTS—Army Law Enforcement Reporting and Tracking System ATV—All-Terrain Vehicle BAC—Blood Alcohol Content BDOC—Base Defense Operation Center BrAC—Breath Alcohol Content CAC—Common Access Card CC—Commander CONUS—Continental United States CSF—Chief, Security Forces CVB—Central Violations Bureau DMV—Department of Motor Vehicles DoD—Department of Defense DWI—Driving While Intoxicated GOV—Government-Owned Vehicle HTA—Heavier-Than-Air ID—Identification JA—Judge Advocate

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JBLE—Joint Base Langley-Eustis JBLEI—Joint Base-Eustis Instruction LAFBI—Langley Air Force Base Instruction LTA—Lighter-Than-Air NASA—National Aeronautics and Space Administration NCIC—National Criminal Information Center NCO—Noncommissioned Officer NCOIC—Noncommissioned Officer in Charge NSPS—National Security Personnel System OCONUS—Outside Continental United States OPR—Office of Primary Responsibility ORV—Off-Road Vehicle PAS—Privacy Act Statement POV—Privately-Owned Vehicle PPE—Personnel Protective Equipment PS—Postal Service RDS—Records Disposition Schedule RV—Recreational Vehicle SF—Standard Form SFMIS—Security Forces Management Information System UCMJ—Uniform Code of Military Justice UL—Underwriters Laboratory US—United States USAF—United States Air Force USC—United States Code VA—Virginia VCIN—Virginia Criminal Information Network VIN—Vehicle Identification Number VSC—Virginia State Code

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Attachment 2 POINT ASSESSMENT FOR TRAFFIC CODE VIOLATIONS Figure A2.1. Point Assessment Chart. Violations

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VEHICLE REGISTRATION Attachment/Display of Valid Plates. Plates shall be displayed on the front and 2 back of a motor vehicle until their lawful use expires, is canceled, or is revoked. Every number plate shall be maintained so as to be clearly legible, positioned to be clearly visible, and permanently affixed to the vehicle to prevent the plate from swinging or falling from the vehicle. Tinted plate covers of any form are not authorized. Exception: The state in which the vehicle is registered does not require plates to be displayed on the front and back of the motor vehicle. Mandatory Insurance. Persons operating a motor vehicle on JBLE must have a 3 current insurance policy (liability as a minimum) covering their vehicle. Proof of insurance must be produced upon request by competent authority (i.e., Security Forces, commander, first sergeant, etc.). OPERATOR’S LICENSE Legible License to be Carried and Exhibited on Request. Persons on JBLE 1 shall have a legible and valid state operator’s license in their immediate possession at all times when operating a motor vehicle and shall display the license upon request by Security Forces. Likewise, any person operating a GOV shall have a legible and valid government operator’s license (if required) in their immediate possession and shall produce the license upon request by Security Forces. Restricted License. No person shall operate a motor vehicle in any manner 1 violating the restrictions imposed on his/her issued operator’s license. Altered/Fraudulent License. No person shall knowingly display, cause, or 3 permit to be displayed or have in his/her possession a canceled, revoked, suspended, fictitious or fraudulently altered operator’s license. Using Operator’s license of Another. No person shall use the operator’s 3 license of another individual, nor shall any person lend his operator’s license to any other person or knowingly permit the use by another thereof. Permit Unauthorized Minor to Drive. No person shall knowingly permit his 3 child, ward or any person under the age of 16 years to drive a motor vehicle when such person is not duly licensed or insured. Permit Unauthorized Person to Drive. No person shall authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by him/her or under his/her control to be driven by any person who is not duly licensed and insured. VEHICLE MOVEMENT Drive on Wrong Side of Road. Upon all roadways of sufficient width, a vehicle shall be driven upon the right half of the roadway. Passing. No vehicle shall pass another vehicle on JBLE, except on one-way,

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two-lane streets or when the vehicle is impeding the normal flow of traffic and passing maneuver can be made safely. One-Way Streets. Upon a roadway designated and sign posted for one-way traffic, a vehicle shall be driven only in the direction of travel designated. Drive in One Lane and Unsafe Lane Change. A vehicle shall be driven within a single lane and shall not be moved from that lane until the driver has first ascertained the movement can be made safely. Following Too Closely. The driver of a motor vehicle shall not follow another vehicle more closely than is reasonable and prudent. The driver must have due regard for the speed of neighboring vehicles, traffic and the current roadway conditions. Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Usage. Prohibited on JBLE. Exception: GOV ORV on official business. Driver Behavior and Inattentive Driving. No person shall drive in an unsafe manner or in a manner creating an unsafe condition. Some examples of unsafe driver behavior might be; failing to dim headlights to prevent blinding other drivers, road rage or any inattentive action made by the driver which causes an accident. Used for incidents not meeting the criteria of reckless driving. Inattentive Backing. Vehicle operators will ensure the area is clear of vehicles, pedestrians and obstacles when backing a vehicle from any parking space, parking lot, roadway or driveway. POSITION TO MAKE TURNS Signal Before Turning. No person shall turn any vehicle without giving an appropriate signal by hand and arm or vehicle signaling device. U-Turns. No vehicle shall make a U-turn anywhere on JBLE. SPEED VIOLATIONS Reasonable and Prudent. A person shall not drive a vehicle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the circumstances, conditions and actual or potential hazards existing. In every event, speed shall be so controlled as may be necessary to avoid colliding with any object, person, vehicle or other conveyance on the road. Excessive Speed. A person shall not exceed the posted speed limit. (Points assessed will be doubled for speeding in a residential area.) 1-10 mph 11-15 mph 16-20 mph Over 20 mph Speed Not to Impede Traffic. No person shall drive a motor vehicle at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, except when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or in compliance with the law. Racing. No person shall drive any vehicle in any race, speed competition, contest, drag race, acceleration contest, for the exhibition of speed or acceleration or for the purpose of making a speed record on a street. Neither shall a person in any way participate in any such race, competition, contest, test or exhibition as a starter, timer, scorekeeper, etc.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 SERIOUS MOVING VIOLATIONS Leaving the Scene of Accident (Death, Injury, Complaint of Injury, or Damage). The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to, or death of, any person shall immediately stop the vehicle at the scene, or as close as possible and render/summon aid. The driver will provide his/her name, address and license plate number of the vehicle he/she is driving to the other driver. The driver will notify the Security Forces immediately. Leaving the Scene of Accident-Unattended Vehicle. The driver of a vehicle which collides with any unattended vehicle shall immediately stop and shall then attempt to locate and notify the operator or owner of the vehicle. The driver will provide his/her name, address and license plate number of the vehicle he/she is driving or will leave a written notice containing the same information in a conspicuous place on the vehicle. The driver will notify the Security Forces immediately.

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emergency vehicle equipped with at least one lamp illuminated and exhibiting a flashing red or blue light or lens, the driver of every vehicle on both sides of the roadway shall yield right of way and immediately pull to the right hand edge or curb and stop until the emergency vehicle has passed. Following Fire Truck. The driver of any vehicle, other than another emergency vehicle on official business, shall not follow closer than 500 feet of any fire apparatus responding to an alarm. Yield to Pedestrians. The driver of a vehicle shall yield to any pedestrian about to enter, entering, or presently crossing a marked crosswalk. Note: When violation occurs within an active school zone, add 1 point to point assessment. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES Obedience to Security Forces. No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of a Security Forces member or other authorized person performing traffic control duties. Obedience to Traffic Control Device. The driver of any vehicle shall obey the instructions of any official traffic-control device, unless otherwise directed by a Security Forces member or yielding to an emergency vehicle. STOPS AND MISCELLANEOUS VIOLATIONS Stop Sign/Line. The driver of a vehicle approaching a stop sign shall stop before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection. In the event there is no crosswalk, the driver shall stop at a clearly marked stop line. In case of the complete absence of a stop line, the driver shall come to a stop at the point nearest the intersecting roadway where the driver has a sufficient view of approaching traffic. Yield Sign/Line. The driver of a vehicle approaching a yield sign or pavement marking shall obey such sign or marking. The driver shall slow down to a speed reasonable for the existing conditions and shall yield the right of way to any vehicle in the intersection or approaching on another roadway. If a driver is involved in collision with a vehicle in the intersection after driving past a yield sign or marking without stopping, such collision shall be deemed prima facie evidence of his/her failure to yield right of way. Crossing Fire Hose. No vehicle shall be driven over any unprotected hose of the Fire Emergency Services when laid down on any street, parking lot, or driveway to be used at any fire or alarm of fire without consent of the Fire Emergency Services official in command. Driving Upon a Sidewalk. A person shall not drive any vehicle upon a sidewalk area except upon a permanent or duly authorized temporary driveway. Door as a Traffic Obstruction. A person shall not open any door on a motor vehicle unless it is reasonably safe to do so and can be done without interfering with the movement of other traffic. A person shall not leave a door open on a side of a motor vehicle available to moving traffic for a period of time longer than necessary to load or unload passengers. Mechanical Raising and Lowering Devices. A person shall not raise or lower the height of a motor vehicle by mechanical means while the motor vehicle is in motion. Wearing Headphones. No operator of any motor vehicle shall wear

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 headphones, earphones or other listening devices (except for a hands-free headset/device) while the vehicle is on a roadway or in motion. Cellular Telephone Use. No operator of any motor vehicle shall use a cellular telephone while entering through an installation entry control points or while driving on the installation. Exception: The use of cellular telephones is permitted when used in conjunction of a hands-free headset/device. Improper Vehicle Towing. Any vehicle towed by another vehicle other than a wrecker must be occupied, shall be securely fastened to the other vehicle by chain, tow strap or rope and must have emergency flashers operating. Excessive Sounding of Horn. No person shall sound their horn unless for essential warning. Littering. No person shall throw, place or drop litter from a vehicle. Use of Radar Detectors. No person shall operate any type of radar detector or any type of radar disrupter device. Excessively Loud Music. No person shall operate a vehicle with the vehicle’s audio system or any other type of audio system in the vehicle at a level where it may be heard at a distance of 50 feet or greater. VEHICLE EQUIPMENT Child Passenger Restraint. Any person who drives on the highways of Virginia any motor vehicle manufactured after January 1, 1968, shall ensure that any child, up to age eight, whom is transported therein is provided with, and properly secured in, a child restraint device of a type which meets the standards adopted by the United States Department of Transportation. Further, rear-facing child restraint devices shall be placed in the back seat of a vehicle. In the event the vehicle does not have a back seat, the child restraint device may be placed in the front passenger seat only if the vehicle is either not equipped with a passenger side airbag or the passenger side airbag has been deactivated. Exception: Whenever any physician licensed to practice medicine in the Commonwealth or any other state determines, through accepted medical procedures, that use of a child restraint system by a particular child would be impractical by reason of the child's weight, physical unfitness, or other medical reason, the child shall be exempt from the provisions of this article. Any person transporting a child so exempted shall carry on his or her person or in the vehicle a signed written statement from the physician identifying the child so exempted and stating the grounds therefore (VSC § 46.2-1096). Seatbelts Required. All persons riding in a motor vehicle will have passenger restraint devices engaged and worn as directed by the vehicle manufacturer. Exception: Restraint systems are required only in vehicles manufactured after model year January 1, 1968, IAW VSC § 46.2-1092. It is the inherent responsibility of the operator to ensure all passengers are in compliance with this paragraph and thus, if a passenger were to be in violation of this paragraph, the operator would be issued the citation and the points assessed would be against same. When Lighted Lamps are Required. Every vehicle upon a road from dusk to dawn and at any other time when there is not sufficient light to render clearly discernible persons and vehicles at a distance of 500 feet ahead shall display

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lighted lamps and illuminating devices. Headlights on Motor Vehicles. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two and no more than four headlights with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle and white in color. Headlights Covers. Only clear transparent material/covers may be mounted in front of headlights, fog lamps, or auxiliary driving lamps. Taillights. Every motor vehicle, trailer, semi-trailer, pole trailer and any other vehicle which is being drawn shall be equipped with two taillights mounted on the rear which when lighted shall emit a red light plainly visible from 500 feet to the rear and stop lamps visible from 100 feet. License Plate Light. Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with either a taillight or a separate lamp which will illuminate, with only a white light, the rear number plate and render it clearly legible from a distance of 50 feet to the rear. It shall be wired to activate whenever the headlights are illuminated. Horn Required. Every motor vehicle when operated shall be equipped with a horn in good working order and capable of emitting sound audible under normal conditions from a minimum of 200 feet, but no horn shall emit an unreasonably loud or harsh sound or whistle. Muffler Required. Every motor vehicle shall at all times be equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual noise and no person shall use a muffler cut-out, bypass or similar device. Mirror Required. Every motor vehicle which is so constructed or loaded as to obstruct the driver’s view to the rear shall be equipped with a mirror so located as to reflect a view of the road for a distance to the rear of at least 200 feet. Windshield Wipers Required. The windshield on every motor vehicle (except motorcycles) shall be equipped with a device for cleaning rain, snow, or other moisture from the windshield and will be maintained in good working order. Windshield Required. Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or golf cart, shall be equipped with an adequate windshield. Unsafe Vehicles. No person shall drive or move on any road any motor vehicle or trailer unless the required equipment is in good working order and the vehicle is in such safe mechanical condition as not to endanger the driver, occupants or any person upon the road.

MOTORCYCLES Rider and Passenger to Have Seat. A person operating a motorcycle shall ride only upon the permanent and regular seat attached thereto and the operator shall not carry any other person nor shall any other person ride on a motorcycle unless it is designed to carry more than one person. Depriving a Motorcycle Full Use of Lane. All motorcycles are entitled to the full use of a lane and a person shall not drive a motor vehicle in such a manner as to deprive any motorcycle of the full use of a lane. Motorcycles operated two abreast in a single lane is not authorized. Passing in Same Lane Occupied by Vehicle. The operator of a motorcycle

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 shall not overtake and pass within the same lane occupied by the vehicle being overtaken. Motorcycle Between Lanes. A person shall not operate a motorcycle between the lanes of traffic or between adjacent rows of vehicles. Muffler Required. A person shall not operate a motorcycle unless it is equipped with a working muffler or noise reduction equipment. A person shall not use a muffler cut-out, bypass, or similar device. Motorcycle Operator/Passenger Safety Equipment. Wearing of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers and full-fingered gloves or mittens is required. Gloves or mittens will be made from leather or other abrasion-resistant material. Wearing of a motorcycle jacket and pants constructed of abrasion resistant materials such as leather, Kevlar® and/or Cordura® containing impact absorbing padding is strongly encouraged. Riders should select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material. Additionally, riders are encouraged to use other methods of increasing conspicuity such as headlight and brake light modulators, auxiliary running lights, reflective tape to the sides of your motorcycle and installation of position/marker lights. See paragraphs 4.25. & 4.26. for additional requirements Motorcycle Equipment Required. A motorcycle and motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with mirrors on both handlebars, a seat, footrests for the operator and at least one white in color headlight. Any motorcycle operated with a passenger shall be equipped with seats and footrests for such passengers. See paragraphs 4.25. & 4.26. for additional requirements Lighted Lamps Required. Motorcycles or motor-driven cycles shall display illuminated headlights at all times while the vehicle is in motion. PEDESTRIANS Pedestrian in Crosswalk. When traffic control signals are not in place or not in operation, the driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way, slowing down or stopping if necessary, to permit pedestrians crossing the roadway to do so safely and expeditiously. No pedestrian shall enter or cross an intersection in disregard of approaching traffic. Passing Vehicle Stopped for Pedestrian. When any vehicle is stopped at a marked crosswalk or at any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection to permit a pedestrian to cross the roadway, the driver of any other vehicle approaching from the rear shall not overtake and pass the stopped vehicle. Crossing at Other than Crosswalks (Yield to Vehicles). Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield right of way to all vehicles upon the roadway. Wearing Headphones. No joggers or pedestrians will wear or use headphones or earphones while running or walking on any roadway, street or any other area where contact with vehicular traffic may occur. BICYCLES Traffic Laws Apply to Persons Riding Bikes. Every person riding a bicycle upon a roadway or upon any shoulder adjoining a roadway is granted all the rights applicable to a driver of a vehicle and shall abide by all traffic laws,

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except as noted below. Bicycle seats. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a securely affixed bicycle seat. Clinging to Vehicles. No person riding on any bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle, moped, roller skates, roller blades, skateboards, toys or other devices on wheels or runners, shall attach the same or himself/herself to any vehicle on a roadway. Riding on Roadways. A person operating a bicycle upon a roadway at less than the normal speed of traffic shall ride as close as practicable to the right hand curb or edge of the roadway, unless passing another bicycle, preparing for a left turn, or to avoid hazards. Carrying Articles. No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle, or article which prevents the driver from keeping both hands on the handlebars. Required Equipment on Bicycles. Every bicycle when in use at night shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light and either a red reflector or lamp on the rear which shall emit a red light . Every bicycle shall be equipped with a brake which will enable the operator to make the braked wheel skid on dry, level and clean pavement. Bicycle Rider Safety Equipment. All persons riding upon a bicycle, including those in child seats, will wear an Underwriters Laboratory (UL) approved bicycle helmet when moving. Wearing Headphones. No bicyclist will wear or use headphones or earphones while riding on any roadway, sidewalk or any other area where contact with vehicular traffic may occur (except for a hands-free cellular telephone headset/device. PARKING VIOLATIONS Stopping, Standing, or Parking is Prohibited: On a sidewalk. Blocking a driveway. Within an intersection or roundabout. Prohibited by signs or pavement markings. Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. On a crosswalk. Within 20 feet of a crosswalk within an intersection. Double parking. Parking so as to impede traffic or blocking another vehicle. Except for normal usage, vehicles for sale can only be parked in approved 633 FSS locations. Disabled/handicapped parking by unauthorized vehicles. Non-designated parking space. Straddling designated parking space. On a seeded or dirt packed area. Reserved parking space as listed/approved in base parking plan by unauthorized vehicles.

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JBLANGLEY-EUSTISI31-218 23 FEBRUARY 2017 Against the flow of traffic. Engine is running or keys are left in the ignition and vehicle is unoccupied by a licensed individual. For the purpose of major vehicle repairs unless parked in an area designated for this purpose. In any area not designated as an authorized parking space (i.e., identified by two parallel white lines).

SUSPENSION/REVOCATION ACTIONS AS A RESULT OF TICKETS OR POINT ASSESSMENTS (REVOCATIONS TAKE AFFECT FOR TIME PERIODS A MINIMUM OF 6 MONTHS) 3 traffic tickets (parking included) within 3 months 5 traffic tickets (parking included) within 6 months 6 points assessed within 6 months

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12 points assessed within 12 months 18 points assessed within 24 months NOTES: 1. This list is NOT all-inclusive. For offenses not listed in this table, citations may be issued and points assessed in accordance with Virginia State Law. 2. Consider suspension or revocation of driving privileges for repeated or severe offenses. 3. When two or more violations are committed on a single occasion, assess the points for the offense having the greater value.

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