State Fleet Management (SFM) conducts the Commercial Vendor Repair Program (CVRP) to establish competitive service and repair agreements with commercial vendors statewide. CVRP, which is available to any state and local government entities in South Carolina, offers the following benefits:
Vendors that provide services to CVRP must submit a written Parts and Labor Agreement. The agreement must be competitive in the area the vendor can service. Agreements are renewed every fiscal year beginning July 1.
SFM does not receive state appropriated funds. SFM revenue comes only from the customers it supports. An administrative fee is used to pay the total cost of operating the program. Currently, the administrative fee is 14 percent of each repair invoice, with a minimum of $5.50 and a maximum of $75.
Join CVRP as a customer or a vendor.
If you are a vendor and need to provide an invoice for an approved service or repair, please send the invoice to one of the following:
View CVRP invoices for your vehicles in the Document Retrieval System.
State Fleet Management has provided a Preventive Maintenance (PM) Schedule for agencies to maintain vehicles in a safe and cost-effective manner. Whether or not you use CVRP, sticking to these PM schedules can help to prevent major component failure and reduce vehicle downtime.
ESP is a service that allows CVRP to respond to customer requests to provide after-hours services for emergency breakdowns. ESP provides drivers the security of knowing that after 5:30 p.m. during the week and all weekends (excluding state holidays and state observed holidays), they can call the toll-free number (1-800-277-3686) if an emergency arises. Emergencies include:
CVRP also runs the Maintenance Facility Certification Program (MFCP) which ensures that all state-owned maintenance facilities are operated in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Management Act. Each shop must be certified every year.
The FY 2020 Maintenance Facility Certification Program questionnaire and supplemental spreadsheet are due by Sept. 30, 2019, for each State-owned vehicle maintenance facility.
Data from FY 2019 (July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019) shall be used to complete the questionnaire and supplemental spreadsheet.
State-owned maintenance facilities must return the completed questionnaires and spreadsheets along with requested documentation to: