Shuttle Driver Audit

Is the driver's medical card up to date?

Is current registration in tractor/trailer?

Is Annual Inspection up to date?

Did the driver complete pre-trip inspection (DVIR completed)?

Is the driver logged into on-board computer with hours available?

Is the driver in proper uniform?

Is the driver wearing a safety vest on the lot?

Back doors locked upon arrival?

Freezer/Cooler doors locked upon arrival?

Record of reefer temps:



Were load bars and straps in place upon a arrival?

Driver checked for correct F/C load

Driver checked for correct dry load

Driver checked for mail and any product that may have been missing when loading the truck

Does the driver have the correct paperwork for the route he is bringing?

Does the driver check with management to find out return paperwork and trailer?

Driver checked fuel for tractor and trailer

(If applicable on drop and hooks)

Does the driver get out and look before backing?

Does the driver unhook and secure trailer properly before dropping?

Does the driver do a pull test before exiting the cab after hooking to the new trailer?

Driver secured keys for tractor/trailer at shuttle station

Does the driver pick up the correct paperwork for the return shuttle?

Does the driver complete a pre-trip inspection on the new combination?

Does the driver check totes and returns to make sure they are secure?

Does the driver input new trailer number into on-board computer?

Does the driver secure the shuttle location before departing?

Does the driver complete a post-trip inspection?

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.