• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

General Information

  • Employee Name
  • Select date

  • Account
  • Vehicle Make
  • Lic. #
  • Mileage


  • License plates current, securely fastened, and clean?

  • Vehicle registration and Insurance certificate current and valid?

  • Drivers Fleet Policy and Procedures Manual in vehicle?

  • CBRE Pocket Guide to Safety in the vehical?

  • Is your Accident Reporting kit in the vehicle?

Vehical Condition

  • Is your vehicle free of damage/dents/broken glass etc?

  • If you do have vehicle damage have you reported it to your supervisor?

  • No bumper stickers/personal items visible on the outside of the vehicle? (if so, remove immediately)

  • There are no loose or missing exterior parts on your vehicle?

  • Are your tires properly inflated, tire tread in good condition and free of penetrating objects?

  • Are your mirrors, windshield wipers, head/tail lights, turn signals, hazard lights, reverse lights, windows and seat belts operating properly?

  • There is NO evidence of leaks under or around the vehicle?

  • Are your fluid (oil, wiper, coolant) levels ok?

  • Oil changes/maintenance up to date?

  • Date of last oil change/Service

  • Emergency brake and release functional?

  • Are doors and door locks operating properly?

  • All windows open and close properly?

  • Does the driver seat adjust properly?

  • Does the vehicle have emergency gear i.e. first aid kit, fire extinguisher, spare tire, jack, lug wrench, & reflective triangle/cones or flares?

  • Are your interior lights and gauges operating properly?

  • Are compressed gases properly labeled and secured?

  • Do you have the associated SDS’s for the compressed gases in the vehicle?

Additional Information

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