New GSA “How’s My Driving?” Program Promotes Safety

In an effort to promote driver safety, GSA launched its “How’s My Driving?” program today. The initiative makes it easier for the public to report government vehicle misuse, allowing the agency’s fleet program to quickly and effectively respond to concerns.

A “How’s My Driving?” decal will be placed on each of the 1,050 vehicles in GSA’s internal fleet. The decal will direct the public to report improper government vehicle use to the agency at driving.gsa.gov.  The program will also streamline vehicle safety reporting, giving the public one, convenient place to voice their concerns.

GSA remains committed to promoting vehicle safety. This program allows the American people to directly engage with the agency and will encourage safe and responsible usage of GSA vehicles. Safety is our top priority. For more information, visit driving.gsa.gov.

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