This code of ethics for the members of the Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association has been adopted to promote and maintain the highest standards of intercity bus service and personal conduct among its members.
We, the members of the Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association, in carrying out our roles of providing service to the traveling public recognize the need to do so in a professional manner and to deal with the public and our colleagues with the highest degree of integrity. Therefore, we herewith set forth the following creed which shall govern our endeavors to fulfill our obligations:
To adhere to the professional standards of the Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association and to work to further its goals and objectives.
To conduct all business affairs with integrity, sincerity and accuracy in an open and forthright manner.
To act with integrity in financial dealings with the public and with entities utilized to help arrange or provide services and accommodations to motorcoach travelers.
To conduct our business and operations in such a manner in order to protect the public and to promote the image of the industry.
To work to instill consumer and public confidence in the industry, avoiding any action conducive to discrediting it or membership in the Association.
To maintain on a current status all license, permits and authority required by the Interstate Commerce Commission, the Georgia Utilities Commission and other federal, state and local government agencies applicable to the industry.
To adhere and comply with all articles of the bylaws of the Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association.
I have read and agree to adhere to this Code of Ethics.
Name of Company: ___________________________________________________________________________
This Code of Ethics must have the following documents attached when submitted:
Two letters of recommendation from Current Operator Members
Copy of Certificate of Operating Authority (State and Federal)
Copy of Insurance Certificate
Check for the appropriate amount of membership dues