Procedure: Motor Vehicle Disposal
This document informs staff of the process involved in disposing University owned motor vehicles.
- The University contracts with third party disposal providers to manage the disposal of University owned motor vehicles.
- When compliance with this procedure is not in the best interests of the University, a written and reasoned email of intent is sent to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) by an authorised delegate.
- Prior to the disposal of a University owned motor vehicle, the authorised delegate approves the disposal by completing the Asset Disposal form.
- The University Procurement and Contract Office (UPCO) advises the authorised delegate and vehicle custodian on arrangements to transport the vehicle to the nominated disposal service provider.
- Business areas are responsible for ensuring the vehicle is prepared for disposal with:
- all spare keys;
- service records logbook;
- vehicle manuals;
- registration papers; and
- ANU parking labels removed.
- The disposal service provider assess the University owned motor vehicle and provides a reserve price for UPCO and the authorised delegate to review and confirm.
- The University disposes University owned motor vehicles in one of three methods (unless specified otherwise by the CFO):
- pre-auction for the ANU community (fixed price sale): the University community is provided with an exclusive opportunity to purchase University owned motor vehicles; or
- direct to dealership (fixed price sale): a University owned motor vehicle is sold directly to a dealership; or
- general vehicle auction: a University owned motor vehicle is sold through a general auction method and where the motor vehicle is not successfully sold, alternate options are considered.
Delegations relevant to this policy
- 000234: Finance Delegation: Approve the disposal of goods, services and costs by various means including sale.
|Printable version (PDF)|
|Title||Motor vehicle disposal|
|Purpose||This document provides support to the Vehicle Disposal Policy and outlines University and individual responsibilities, and provides further detail on how to implement and comply with the policy.|
|Topic/ SubTopic||Travel & Transport - Vehicles|
|Effective Date||25 Aug 2022|
|Next Review Date||25 Aug 2027|
|Responsible Officer:||Chief Financial Officer|
|Approved By:||Chief Operating Officer|
|Contact Area||Finance and Business Services|
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014
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