Audit

VEHICLE INFORMATION

Vehicle ID #:

Current Odometer Reading:

Vehicle Make
Model
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Model

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Model

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Model

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Model

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Model

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Date of last maintenance:

Odometer Reading at Date of Last Maintenance

CAB INSPECTION

Gauges and Instruments

All gauges and lights are working properly.

Horn

Gives adequate and reliable warning signal.

Windshield Wipers

Worn out wipers should be replaced.

Windshield And Windows

Cracked and/or broken glass should be reported and replaced; Defroster should be working properly; Glass should be clean inside and out; No objects or stickers on windshield or windows which impair vision.

Seat Belts

All safety belt buckles should work easily. Driver note: USE THEM!

Rear View Mirrors

Firmly attached, intact, and properly adjusted.

Brakes

If pedal goes more than half way to the floor, brakes need serviced. Engine must be running for this test. Parking brake must work securely when set.

General Condition

Remove objects from dash, visors, or seat which could fly around the cab and injure the driver if vehicle stops suddenly or an accident occurs.

VEHICLE EXTERIOR

Lights

Check high and low beam, emergency flashers, side markers, parking lights, license plate lights, tail lights, brake lights, back-up lights, turn signals. Get assistance!

Tires

Check tire pressure and tread wear; Check both sides of tires for bulges or large cracks on sidewalks.

General Condition - Are there any dents, scrapes, or other damage.

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UNDER VEHICLE

Brake Lines

Are there any fluid leaks?

Oil Leaks

Check for leaks under transmission or engine?

Gas Tank

Make sure gas cap is securely attached.

Water Leaks

Check for fluid leaks around radiator.

Exhaust System

Check for exhaust leaks in exhaust system, muffler, tail pipe.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Cone /Reflective Triangle

Use in the event of a vehicle breakdown or accident.

Fire Extinguisher

Check for full charge and current inspection tag.

First Aid Kit

Should be kept fully stocked.

Accident Reporting Kit (should include camera)

Must be present. Use in the event of an accident to record information and take photos of the accident scene.

Spare Fuses

Keep in glove compartment.

Cargo Tie Downs

To secure all loads including ladders, tools and equipment/materials.

Comments:

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.