TFSNZ Weekly Vehicle Inspection

  • TFSNZ Weekly Vehicle Inspection

  • Vehicle Registration

  • Prepared by

  • Location of inspection
  • Conducted on

Vehicle checks

  • Take a close up picture of the dashboard, while the engine is running.

  • Take a picture of the Registration Licence

  • Is there less than a month till the licence expires?

  • Date of WOF Expiry?

  • Take a picture of the RUC licence if the vehicle is diesel.

  • Is there less than 1000km to expiry?

  • Odometer reading?

  • Next service due?

  • Is there less than 1000km till next service?

  • Is the cab clean? Make sure there are no objects that can interfere with safe driving methods. ie No water or drink bottles that can roll onto the floor, etc.

  • Is the back tidy?

  • Take a photo of the back of the van

  • Is the outside clean?

  • Are the wiper blades in good condition?

  • Is the wiper fluid sufficient? Between the high and Low mark?

  • Is the oil level sufficient? Between the High and Low mark?

  • Is the brake fluid sufficient? Between the High and Low mark?

  • Is the radiator fluid sufficient? Between the High and Low mark?

  • Do all the lights work

  • Indicators

  • Break lights

  • Head lights

  • Is the inside florescent light working?

  • Is the first aid box present and fully replenished?

  • Are the tyre treads in good condition and tyre pressure sufficient?

  • Is the spare tyre present and safe to use?

  • Is the windscreen clear and is the drivers side free form obtrusive cracks and chips?

  • Is the ladder rack, ladders and any externally mounted equipment and materials , securely fastened?

  • Note any concerns etc here

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