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VEHICLE INSPECTIONS

DVIR & EDVIR Reporting that Reduces Risk

VEHICLE INSPECTION REPORTING

While the DOT revised the requirement to complete a written Daily Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR), fleets are still required to perform inspections, and many fleets continue to require drivers to complete a record of the DVIR, even using an Electronic DVIR (EDVIR), as a best practice to reduce safety risks, minimize downtime, and prolong vehicle life. Completing a detailed EDVIR or DVIR provides a record of the inspection and proof of compliance with the FMCSRs in the event of a crash.

With the J. J. Keller® Encompass® DVIR app, you can automate the DVIR recordkeeping process and improve operations through timely communication of defects and deficiencies.  Plus, electronic DVIRs are a standard component of the J. J. Keller® ELog system. 

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CUSTOMIZED ELECTRONIC INSPECTIONS
Eliminate the Hassle of Paper DVIRs

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11 PARTS & ACCESSORIES THAT REQUIRE
INSPECTION AT THE END OF EACH DAY

  • Service brakes including trailer brake connections
  • Parking (hand) brake
  • Steering mechanism
  • Lighting devices and reflectors
  • Tires
  • Horn
  • Windshield wipers
  • Rear vision mirrors
  • Coupling devices
  • Wheels and rims
  • Emergency equipment

4 BENEFITS TO AUTOMATING YOUR MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

 

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