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  • Driver Name:

  • Truck Number:

  • Odometer reading at time of inspection:


  • Does the horn work?

  • Check Heater / Defroster / Air Conditioner

  • Check windshield wipers and windshield integrity (cracks/chips)

  • Check for trucks spill kit?

  • Check for a shovel

  • To you have PPE ?

  • Check headlights

  • To you have a first Aid Kit?

  • Check turn signals/Hazard lights

  • Check tail lights/ brake lights

  • Check tires for wear and pressure

  • Check engine compartment for any leaks or loose items

  • Check battery terminals for corrosion

  • Check engine oil level

  • Check for any leaks under the vehicle

  • Check windshield washer fluid level

  • Check mirrors for damage and adjustments

  • Inspect interior for cleanliness and take a picture

  • Visually inspect the exterior for cleanliness and damage. Take a picture of each side of the vehicle.


  • Is your B&G clean and functional without any leaks?

  • To you have a working Bee Suit?

  • Is your back pack sprayer(s) clean and functional without any leaks?

  • Is your power spray rig clean and functional without any leaks?

  • Is your back pack or deck sprayer clean and functional without any leaks?

  • Does your fire extinguisher function properly and up to date?

  • Does your hand bulb duster function properly without any leaks?

  • Does your auger function properly without any leaks?

  • Does your tablet function properly?

  • Is your respirator clean and functional?

  • Does your webster pole function properly and is the cobweb duster head in good condition?

  • Does your flashlight function properly and have good batteries?

  • Are all your ladders clean and functional? Inspect for bends, breaks, cracks, splits, loose rungs/hardware, frayed rope, worn or damaged feet.

  • Your inspection is complete. Please sign your name.

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