Vehicles

Regulations

Vehicle Disposal Regulations
DoDM 4160.21 Vol4 Page 179

Turn-In Instructions

Vehicle Disposal

  • Remove all waste/debris
  • Remove fire extinguishers and all fire suppression devices
  • Remove any extra or unnecessary parts that did not originally belong on the vehicle
  • Validate no ammo or ammo casings remain in the vehicle
  • Remove COMSEC/radios/antennas
  • Remove applicable license plates

An Inert Certification (CAC-enabled) or MDAS Certification (CAC-enabled) is required for vehicles used in combat, simulated combat training (live fire) or used on a firing range to certify no ammo/explosives are present in the vehicle.

Vehicles that have not been used in combat, simulated combat training (live fire), or on a firing range, do not require an Inert or MDAS certification but it is recommended. At minimum, if no MDAS or Inert Certification is provided, the turn-in activity must provide the clear text statement on the turn-in document: Vehicle does not require MDAS or INERT.

DEMIL-required vehicles may require certain DEMIL actions prior to turn-in to DLA Disposition Services in accordance with the DOD DEMIL Instruction 4160.28-M. A DEMIL Certificate (CAC-enabled) may be required in such situations.

If turned in as usable or having reuse/sales potential

  • Do not remove batteries
  • Ensure gas tank is only a quarter full or less
  • FSG 23, 24, 38, and 39 vehicles with commercial application (Demil A or Q6) require a list and value of any major, missing (or reclaimed) components (i.e., engine, transmission, differential, wheels, axles, doors), which would impair the use of the vehicle, regardless of the other repairs that are necessary.

Vehicles turned in as battle damaged, true scrap, or that have no reuse/sales potential require the following

  • Remove all waste/debris
  • Remove fire extinguishers and all fire suppression devices
  • Remove any extra or unnecessary parts that did not originally belong on the vehicle
  • Validate no ammo or ammo casings remain in the vehicle
  • Remove COMSEC/radios/antennas
  • Remove applicable license plates

An Inert Certification (CAC-enabled) or MDAS Certification (CAC-enabled) is required for vehicles used in combat, simulated combat training (live fire) or used on a firing range to certify no ammo/explosives are present in the vehicle.

Vehicles that have not been used in combat, simulated combat training (live fire), or on a firing range, do not require an Inert or MDAS certification but it is recommended. At minimum, if no MDAS or Inert Certification is provided, the turn-in activity must provide the clear text statement on the turn-in document: Vehicle does not require MDAS or INERT.

DEMIL-required vehicles may require certain DEMIL actions prior to turn-in to DLA Disposition Services in accordance with the DOD DEMIL Instruction 4160.28-M. A DEMIL Certificate (CAC-enabled) may be required in such situations.

If turned in as usable or having reuse/sales potential

  • Do not remove batteries
  • Ensure gas tank is only a quarter full or less
  • FSG 23, 24, 38, and 39 vehicles with commercial application (Demil A or Q6) require a list and value of any major, missing (or reclaimed) components (i.e., engine, transmission, differential, wheels, axles, doors), which would impair the use of the vehicle, regardless of the other repairs that are necessary.
  • The vehicle maintenance record

Vehicles turned in as battle damaged, true scrap, or that have no reuse/sales potential require the following

  • Drain and Purge statement/certification attesting that ALL fluids have been drained and purged
  • Refrigerant Removal Verification Statement DLA Form 2545 (for removal of ozone depleting substances (ODS) i.e. Freon in air conditioners if present)
  • Removal of batteries (Disposition Services Locations cannot receive batteries)
  • If in contingency environment: Human remains certification, Mortuary letter signed by appropriate authority, Inert or MDAS Certification for MPPEH for ALL vehicle turn-ins

Video

Forms

Click within a card below to access forms

1348-1A

DD Form 1348-1a

 

The DD Form 1348-1A the most important document when interacting with DLA Disposition Services. It serves as the receipt for property turned in, and is an important record for auditability. 

Learn how to complete a DDForm-1348-1A .

Vehicle Technical Inspection

Vehicle Technical Inspection Form

Sample Army 2404

Army 2404

Sample Army 5988-E

Army 5988-E

Sample AFTO 91

AFTO 91

Sample NAVMC 10284

NAVMC 10284

Drain and Purge Certificate

Drain and Purge Certificate