• License Plate - 390.21
    Is it present, clear to read, and current?

  • Is truck visibly sound? - 393.203
    No parts falling off, grill present and secure, doors secure, etc?

  • Horn - 393.81
    - City Horn - Air Horn

Lights and Lighting Devices

  • Headlights - Low Beams - 393.11
    Clear in Color
    Not Cracked, Damaged, or Loose.
    Properly Mounted and Secure.

  • Headlights - High Beams - 393.11
    Clear in Color - Not Cracked, Damaged, or Loose. - Properly Mounted and Secure.

  • Turn Signals / Flashers - 393.11
    Amber in Color - Not Cracked, Damaged, or Loose. - Properly Mounted and Secure.

  • Clearance / Marker Lights - 393.11
    Amber in Color - Five Across the Top of the Cab
    Not Cracked, Damaged, or Loose. - Properly Mounted and Secure.

  • Side Marker Lights - 393.11
    Amber in Color - Not Cracked, Damaged, or Loose. - Properly Mounted and Secure.

  • Tail Lights / Brake Lights - 393.9BRKLAMP
    - Red in Color
    - Not Cracked, Damaged, Loose - Properly Mounted and Secure

  • Reflective Devices - 393.9(a)(3)
    Reflectors on Mudflap? - 393.11TL
    Reflectors on Rear Cab? - 393.13(d)(3)

Tires

  • Steer Tires - 393.75(b)
    - No signs of abnormal wear, no separation of tread or sidewall. - 100 PSI - >4\32 of an Inch Depth on the Tread - Free of Nails, Cuts, Gouges

  • Drive Tires - 395.75(c)
    No signs of abnormal wear, no separation of tread or sidewall - 100 PSI ->2/32 of an Inch Depth on the Tread -Free of Nails, Cuts, or Gouging

  • Hub Seals - 396.5
    Hub/Axle Seals not visibly leaking.

  • Wheel Fasteners / Lug Nuts - 392.205(c)
    - Appear Tight - Aluminum Wheels will show signs of a white powder or “streaking” if loose. - Steel Wheels will show signs of rust or metal shavings, if loose.

Truck Markings

  • IFTA Sticker - 392.2FT
    - Visible on both the Driver and Passenger side

  • DOT Number and Name - 390.21
    Visible on Vehicle

Cab - Inside

  • Secured and Charged Fire Extinguisher (5lb Non-haz;10lb Haz-mat). 393.95

  • Permit Book - 392.2-396.17
    - In Drivers Reach - Cab Card, Current - Insurance Card, Current - IFTA Permit, Current

  • Blank HOS Log Book - 395.8A1

  • DVIR Inspection Book - 392.7(a)
    - Must have previous 30 days
    - Must be Current DVIR Book; signed, dated for each day of use

  • QualComm Instruction Card - 395.22(H1, H2, H3)
    - QualComm Instruction Book (H1) - QualComm Instruction Sheet (H2) - QualComm Failure Requirements (H3)
    - ELD Exception Letter

  • Driver’s License - 383.23(a)(2)
    - MUST be present on driver operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle

  • Medical Card - 391.41A-F / 391.11(b)(4)
    - MUST be present on driver operating a CMV
    - MUST be up to date and attached to license

  • Windshield Wipers - 393.78
    - Rubber cannot be torn, frayed, missing
    - Windshield Wiper Arms Must keep wiper blades pressed against windshield

  • Windshield - 393.60 - No >2" in length. Cannot be intersected by another crack. Cannot be obstruction to driver's view of road signs or traffic.

Cleanliness

  • External Cleanliness of Vehicle 1 - Poor; windshield visibly dirty, mirrors dirty, cannot clearly see driver or inside of cabin 5 - Clean; appears as though it is a well-maintained, regularly washed truck

  • Internal Cleanliness of Vehicle 1 - Poor; trash on floor, obstructed view, obstacles that could pose a safety hazard 5 - Clean; floor clear of debris, dash clear of paperwork and/or trash, no bottles or trash that could pose a safety hazard

Acknowledgement

  • I attest that I have inspected this vehicle to the best of my ability;

  • Driver: I attest that I was present for the duration of this inspection;

  • Notes: (Any remarks, notable violations, concerns, or items of note)

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