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Daily Vehicle Inspection

By law, all Commercially Driven vehicles are required to have a pre-trip safety inspection. An effective inspection exposes safety concerns and potential maintenance issues. Repairs can be addressed before they become costly, major repairs.

*Your Supervisor should be notified immediately of any safety concerns.
*Seat belt use is required
*Cell phone use is prohibited while operating DRFP vehicles
* Inspections should be completed at the start of daily shifts

-As you approach the vehicle , notice its general condition. Look for fresh oil, coolant, grease or fuel leaks.
-Choose terrain that is as level as possible and park the vehicle safely away from traffic.
-Set the parking brake. Place the manual transmission in low gear, or in park for an automatic transmission.
-Shut off the engine.

General Mechanical (include steering and battery)
General Body (include muffler and exhaust)
Fluid leves (transmition/motor oil/coolant/anti-freeze/windshield washer
Brakes and tires (include paring and rims)
Breaklight/headlights (high an low)/signal lights and emergncy flashers
Windshield and mirros (include wipers)
Heater and defroster
Seatbelts and horn
Equipment check

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