Photograph of the Vehicle Being Inspected

Are all external lights operational (& Safety Beacon if fitted)?

Audible reverse alarm operational (where fitted)?
NA if not fitted.

Does the Reverse Camera operate correctly?
NA if not fitted.

Is the ground free of any evidence of oil leaks on ground?

If there is evidence of recent fluid leakage then you must check fluid levels and for what is causing the leak.
If the leak is a large amount then the vehicle is to be tagged out and reported to your supervisor.


Are all windows free of cracks and chips?

Is the body free of damage (dents and scratches) to the vehicle (take photo if unsure if reported already or not)?

License plate in position, clean, free of damage (if required)
NA if not required.


Are all seats in good condition and have a serviceable restraint attached?

Windscreen wipers functioning appropriately?

Horn functioning appropriately

Air conditioner, heater and demister operational

Dashboard lights operational

All Gauges are Operatiing and Show within Appropriate Ranges

Radio Operational (includes 2 Way)

Interior is Clean and Free of Loose Objects


Valid vehicle registration sticker (on trucks and plant)

Vehicle is not to be used until confirmation of current registration.


First Aid Kit available in vehicle (Ensure Completely Stocked)

Highway Safety Triangles Available

Fire Extinguisher Charged, Inspected and within Test Date?

Periodic Requirements

Weekly Checks to be conducted before use on Monday

Check oils and other fluids?

Are all tyres in good repair with no visible signs of wear or cracking in sidewall and at an appropriate pressure (includes spare)?

Monthly Checks to be conducted before use on first Monday of the Month

Check Fan belts and Hoses?

Sign off

Signature of all Operators who will be driving over the course of the day
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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.