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VEHICLE INSPECTIONS

DVIR Reporting that Improves Operations

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VEHICLE INSPECTION REPORTING

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

With J. J. Keller® ELDs, you can automate the DVIR recordkeeping process and improve operations through timely communication of defects and deficiencies.

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NOW AVAILABLE!

New J. J. Keller® Encompass® DVIR App

Our new EDVIR app doesn't require an ELD, so your exempt and non-regulated drivers can perform inspections quickly.  Or you can use the app alongside your J. J. Keller® ELDs. Inspection criteria can be customized according to your fleet’s needs, which is valuable for fleets with specialized equipment and multiple vehicle classes. 

Data collected from the app is sent to the Encompass back office where you can manage inspections and maintenance for your entire fleet with ready-made reports.

The new EDVIR app also includes a time clock feature, perfect for drivers and employees whose time isn't regulated by FMCSA. 

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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

CUSTOMIZE YOUR EDVIRS

Talk to a compliance specialist about the new J. J. Keller® EDVIR app.

 

 

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