iAuditor Mobile App Preview

Audit

General Information

Select vehicle type

Type vehicle type

Select vehicle identification type

Enter VIN #

Take photo of License Plate No.

Year, Make and Model

Enter mileage

Take photo of the vehicle
Administrative

Registration & insurance cards are current?

License plate and tags are current?

Inspection
BRAKE SYSTEM

Adjustment

Drums or Rotors

REFERENCE: Good brakes must be free from rusts
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

car-brake2-300x200.jpg

Hoses and/or Tubing

Lining

Warning (Low Pressure)

Tractor Protection Valve

Air Compressor

Service Brakes

Parking Brakes

Electric Brakes

Hydraulic Brakes

Vacuum Brakes

Warning (Sys Failure)

STEERING SYSTEM

Free Play (Lash)

Steering Column

Front Axle Beam

Steering Gear Box

Pittman Arm.

Ball & Socket Joints

Tie Rods &Drag Links

Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners

Power Steering Fluid

WINDSHIELDS

Glass free of cracks, discoloration

Wiper power unit, blades

WIPERS

All working and in good condition

FUEL SYSTEM

Visible Leaks

Fill Caps in place/intact

Tank(s) securely attached

LIGHTING DEVICES

Headlamps

Front Turn Signals

Front ID/Clearance Lamps

Side Marker Lamps —Left

Side Marker Lamps -Right

Rear Turn Signals

Stop Lamps

Tail Lamps

Rear ID/Clearance Lamps

Re fie ctors / Ref Tape

COUPLING DEVICES

5th Wheel

Pintle Hooks

Drawbar Eye

Drawbar Tongue

Safety Devices

EXHAUST SYSTEM

Leaks

Placement

SAFE LOADING

Securement Devices

SUSPENSION

Springs (cracked/broken/shifted)

U-bolts. Hangers, etc.

Torque, Radius, Tracking Arms

FRAME

Frame Members

Tire &Wheel Clearance

Sliding Subframe (adj. axle)

TIRES

Steering Axle Tires -Condition

Steering Tires - over 4/32" tread

Other Tires — Condition

Other Tires — over 2/32" tread

WHEELS & RIMS

Lock/Slide Ring

Fasteners

Disk/Spoke Condition

Welds

CARGO & EQUIPMENT (LEAN)

All equipment is secured & adequately stored?

Truck is organized & free of excessive material?

SAFETY

Health & Safety Manual in the truck?

First Aid kit is complete and items within the expiration date?

Fire extinguisher mounted with current inspection tag?

Sure off tester and water management tools on truck?

IF EQUIPPED WITH A TRAILER

Trailer has been checked for proper connection to the vehicle?

Brakes if equipped?

Cargo Secure?

Lights/Marker Lamps?

Springs Appear OK?

Straps/Tie Downs?

Trailer Tires & Pressure?

Trailer Platform Integrity?

Summary

List any other condition which may affect safe vehicle operation.

Enter any other observations

Rate the overall condition of the vehicle

Recommendations

Enter recommendations here

Completion
Full Name and Signature of Certified Inspector

Heavy Vehicle Inspection Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 9,883

This heavy inspection checklist can be used by a certified technician to identify problems and mechanical issues of heavy vehicles and to prepare for the DOT annual vehicle inspection.

Signup for a free iAuditor account to download and edit this checklist. It will be added to your free account and you will be able to conduct inspections from your mobile device.

Download and edit this free checklist

Browse for other checklists


iauditor logo

The World's #1 Cloud-Based Inspection Software and App

chevron logo
coles logo
emirates logo
overground logo
tesla logo
toyota logo

Audit

General Information

Select vehicle type

Type vehicle type

Select vehicle identification type

Enter VIN #

Take photo of License Plate No.

Year, Make and Model

Enter mileage

Take photo of the vehicle
Administrative

Registration & insurance cards are current?

License plate and tags are current?

Inspection
BRAKE SYSTEM

Adjustment

Drums or Rotors

REFERENCE: Good brakes must be free from rusts
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

car-brake2-300x200.jpg

Hoses and/or Tubing

Lining

Warning (Low Pressure)

Tractor Protection Valve

Air Compressor

Service Brakes

Parking Brakes

Electric Brakes

Hydraulic Brakes

Vacuum Brakes

Warning (Sys Failure)

STEERING SYSTEM

Free Play (Lash)

Steering Column

Front Axle Beam

Steering Gear Box

Pittman Arm.

Ball & Socket Joints

Tie Rods &Drag Links

Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners

Power Steering Fluid

WINDSHIELDS

Glass free of cracks, discoloration

Wiper power unit, blades

WIPERS

All working and in good condition

FUEL SYSTEM

Visible Leaks

Fill Caps in place/intact

Tank(s) securely attached

LIGHTING DEVICES

Headlamps

Front Turn Signals

Front ID/Clearance Lamps

Side Marker Lamps —Left

Side Marker Lamps -Right

Rear Turn Signals

Stop Lamps

Tail Lamps

Rear ID/Clearance Lamps

Re fie ctors / Ref Tape

COUPLING DEVICES

5th Wheel

Pintle Hooks

Drawbar Eye

Drawbar Tongue

Safety Devices

EXHAUST SYSTEM

Leaks

Placement

SAFE LOADING

Securement Devices

SUSPENSION

Springs (cracked/broken/shifted)

U-bolts. Hangers, etc.

Torque, Radius, Tracking Arms

FRAME

Frame Members

Tire &Wheel Clearance

Sliding Subframe (adj. axle)

TIRES

Steering Axle Tires -Condition

Steering Tires - over 4/32" tread

Other Tires — Condition

Other Tires — over 2/32" tread

WHEELS & RIMS

Lock/Slide Ring

Fasteners

Disk/Spoke Condition

Welds

CARGO & EQUIPMENT (LEAN)

All equipment is secured & adequately stored?

Truck is organized & free of excessive material?

SAFETY

Health & Safety Manual in the truck?

First Aid kit is complete and items within the expiration date?

Fire extinguisher mounted with current inspection tag?

Sure off tester and water management tools on truck?

IF EQUIPPED WITH A TRAILER

Trailer has been checked for proper connection to the vehicle?

Brakes if equipped?

Cargo Secure?

Lights/Marker Lamps?

Springs Appear OK?

Straps/Tie Downs?

Trailer Tires & Pressure?

Trailer Platform Integrity?

Summary

List any other condition which may affect safe vehicle operation.

Enter any other observations

Rate the overall condition of the vehicle

Recommendations

Enter recommendations here

Completion
Full Name and Signature of Certified Inspector