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Building: 436
Phone: (228) 871-3599
Emergency Phone: 871-2222 or 871-2333

Driving Regulations on Board CBC Gulfport

All persons on board CBC Gulfport shall conform in all aspects to the laws and traffic regulations of the state of Mississippi and station regulations.

Speeding

While on board NCBC Gulfport, please be sure to observe all posted speed limits. Security Force personnel utilize radar in traffic enforcement.

Traffic Court

Please click on link to view information about the Traffic Court

Motorcycles

NCBC regulations require the use of an approved D.O.T. helmet, proper reflective outer wear (double sided reflective vest worn over back packs), long sleeves, eye protection (shatter proof), pants, gloves and hard soled shoes to operate a motorcycle on base. Personnel assigned or visiting CBC Gulfport are also required to complete an approved Motorcycle Safety Course, before they can register their bike on base.

DUI

NCBC Gulfport has a “zero tolerance” for drunk driving or driving under the influence of any controlled substance. Security Personnel aggressively enforce DUI laws on base.

Radar Detectors

The operation of radar detectors on base is prohibited. Radar detectors must be turned off before entering NCBC Gulfport.

Seatbelts

Seatbelts are mandatory for all vehicle occupants while on base.

Cell Phone Use

In Accordance With OPNAVINST 5100.12H CH-1, Cell Phone/Driver Distractions. All military and civilian operators of vehicles on Navy installations and operators of government-owned/leased vehicles (including rental cars while on Temporary Assigned Duty) on/off Navy installations shall not use cell phones unless the vehicle is safely parked or unless they are using a hands-free device. The wearing of any other portable headphones, earphones, or other listening devices (except for hands-free cellular phones) while operating a motor vehicle is prohibited. Military and civilian personnel who operate PMVs off base shall comply with host nation, state, and local laws. All personnel are encouraged to refrain from any other activity that may be a distraction while driving and lead to traffic mishaps (e.g., eating, text messaging, adjusting the radio/CD player, shaving, applying make-up, reading maps, newspapers, magazines, books, etc.).

Troop Formation

While driving on board NCBC Gulfport all troop formations have the right of way.

Failure to comply with State Traffic Laws and Base Traffic regulations may result in citation and or the revocation of base driving privileges.

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