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15-Passenger Vans: What is a 15-Passenger Van?

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15-Passenger Vans: What is a 15-Passenger Van? [Video]

Adventist Risk Management Safety Resources

WHAT IS A 15-PASSENGER VAN?

In 2016, the NAD voted to update its working policy to more clearly prohibit 15-passenger van use and to suggest safer alternatives. But what is a...

Removal of Prohibited Vehicles (15-passenger vans)

WHY – Prohibited vehicles, such as 15-passenger vans, are dangerous and should not be used to transport our members or children. Do not use...

It's Time to Get Rid of Your 15-Passenger Vans

Why are the 15-Passenger Vans Dangerous? Did you know that 15-passenger vans were initially designed for transporting cargo rather than passengers?*...

15-Passenger Vans: What is the Danger?

The 15-passenger vans are not balanced. The “walkway” to the rear seats goes along one side of the van. There will be less...

Alternatives to 15-Passenger Vans

Why are these vehicles safer than 15-passenger vans?Minivans and SUVs Minivans and SUVs are more conventional, private vehicles, and originally...

NADENG - Why 15-Passenger Vans Aren’t the Only Prohibited Vehicles

There has been an effort by the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (NAD) and Adventist Risk Management, Inc. (ARM) to remove these...

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