• Bucket Truck Daily Inspection (DOT and AWP)

  • CBT / CBTS

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Truck Number / Unit Number

  • Odometer Reading / Hour Reading

  • Location / Address


  • Fluid Levels (Oil, Washer, Radiator)

  • Parking Brake (Apply)

  • Service Brake

  • Secured and Charged Fire Extinguisher

  • Horn

  • Seat Belt

  • Emergency Triangles, First Aid Kit, Accident Kit, Emergency Kit (fuses & spare light bulbs).

Start Engine

  • Instrument Panel (Speedometer, Oil Pressure, Air Pressure, Ammeter, Lights).

  • Low Air Warning Device (Air pressure below 40 psi check on pressure build-up Air pressure above 60 psi deplete air until warning device works).

  • Steering Wheel (Excess play-Manual steering movement should not exceed 30 degrees. Power steering movement should not exceed 45 degrees).

  • Service Brakes (Apply-air loss should not exceed-3 psi / min on single vehicles / 4 psi / min on combination).


  • Front Lights (headlights, clearance & marker, turn signal, 4-way flashers).

  • Tail Lights (tail, brake, turn signal, 4-way, clearance & marker).

  • Windshield and Wipers

  • Mirrors

  • Steering Axle Tires, Rims, and Lugs (Tire tread shall be at least 4/32 of an inch).

  • Drive Axle(s) / Other tires, Rims and Lugs (Tire tread shall be at least 2/32 of an inch).

  • Fuel System Closed

  • Engine Exhaust Guarded

  • License Plate and Tag

Aerial Lift Inspection

  • Emergency Stop Button

  • Truck Controls

  • Bucket / Basket Controls

  • Foot Controls (if applicable)

  • Safety Signs / Placards (Legible)

  • Hydraulic Leaks

  • Boom Chains and Pivot Pins

  • Electric

  • Bucket / Basket enclosed

  • Anchor Point

  • Outriggers or stabalizers

  • Hydraulic Fluid Levels

  • Operator Manual

  • Other

  • Additional Notes

  • Inspector Signature

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