Here are the SAG guidelines from the SAG AFTRA One Union web site. This is standard and we shouldn’t need to but do need to fight for it here in Florida and equally nationwide.
Term precision driver
What is the precision commercial driver?
The “precision driver” term is an improper and ambiguous term used to signify driving that could be a residual or non-residual type of driving. The industry has recently agreed with the union not to use this term, and to properly convey whether the session work would be residual-based stunt driving, or non-residual driving work that does not fall under the stunt driving guidelines set out in the Commercials Contract.
What classifies as "stunt Driving"?
What type of driving would qualify under the Guild’s stunt driving guidelines?
If any of the following driving occurs and remains in the final commercial edit, then the driver must be paid residuals (see Section 9, Schedule A, I, of the 2005-08 SAG Commercials Contract):
When any or all wheels leave the driving surface.
When tire traction is broken, i.e., skids, slides, etc.
Impaired vision -- when the driver’s vision is substantially impaired by: Dust or smoke.
Spray (when driving through water, mud, etc.).
Restrictive covering of the windshield; any other conditions restricting the driver’s normal vision.
If the speed of the vehicle is greater than normally safe for the condition of the driving surface, or when other conditions such as obstacles or difficulty of terrain exist or off-road driving other than normal low-speed driving for which the vehicle was designed occurs.
When any aircraft, fixed-wing or helicopter, is flown in close proximity to the vehicle creating hazardous driving conditions.
When an on-camera principal driver is doubled because the level of driving skill requires a professional driver, the driver double shall qualify as a stunt performer. This would also apply to doubling of passengers for the safety of the on-camera principal performer.
Whenever high speed or close proximity of any vehicle creates conditions dangerous to the driver, passengers, film crew, other people, or the vehicle.
When working in close proximity to pyrotechnics or explosives; When driving in other than the driver’s seat or blind driving in any form.