Vehicle Inspection

Manage paperless and compliant fleet inspections with digital vehicle inspection.

Ensure fleet safety before the trip begins and after the trip ends

Minimize downtime and reduce costs

Identify any issues with a vehicle before it hits the road.

Highlights of Vehicle Inspection

Pre and Post-trip Inspection

Pre-trip and post-trip inspections in the driver app enable drivers to complete digital checklists before and after each trip. Firstly, it involves a systematic examination of the vehicle’s key components and systems to ensure they are in proper working condition. The purpose is to identify any potential problems or safety concerns that may affect the vehicle’s operation. During this process, the driver typically checks items such as tires, brakes, lights, mirrors, fluid levels, and other critical components. They meticulously mark items as “pass” or note defects, damages, and abnormalities. Furthermore, the software also allows drivers to attach photos or add comments to provide additional details about specific issues found during the inspection. This comprehensive approach enhances the documentation of the vehicle’s condition and facilitates effective communication regarding necessary repairs or maintenance.

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Mobile Access

Drivers can complete the vehicle inspection on a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet, in our driver app. This feature certainly allows them to perform inspections quickly and easily from anywhere. The convenience of mobile access enhances efficiency and encourages timely completion of inspections.

Customized Checklist

Certainly, our software provides customizable checklists. This empowers drivers to perform pre and post-trip inspections that precisely meet the specific needs of their fleet. Furthermore, the flexibility ensures that the inspection process aligns with the unique requirements and priorities of each fleet.

Real-time Notifications

Fleet managers will indeed receive real-time notifications when a vehicle inspection is submitted. Moreover, this immediate notification feature allows them to respond promptly to any issues or defects identified during the inspection. Additionally, by staying informed in real time, managers can take swift and proactive measures to address concerns.

Instant Alerts

The software generates automated alerts when a vehicle fails an inspection or needs maintenance. This significantly helps fleet managers stay on top of maintenance needs and prevent accidents.

DVIR report

Get a detailed breakdown of each individual inspection. It evidently includes information about the inspected vehicle, the driver who conducted the inspection, the checklist items, and the inspection results (pass/fail).

Hassle-free Downloads

Reports can be certainly customized and generated in tabular form and can further be downloaded in Excel or PDF formats for comparison.

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How does DVIR work in wavestechx?

DVIR wavestechx  provides a streamlined, digital solution for managing vehicle inspections and maintenance, helping fleet managers ensure the safety and reliability of their vehicles while reducing paperwork and administrative tasks. Moreover, when it comes to conducting inspections, drivers can use the wavestechx driver app to perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections of their vehicles. The app offers a comprehensive checklist of items that need to be inspected, such as brakes, tires, lights, and fluid levels. This efficient process not only enhances the overall inspection workflow but also seamlessly facilitates the transition from inspection to maintenance activities.
Yes, Uffizio offers a separate mobile app for drivers to conduct vehicle inspections called the Uffizio Driver App. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices and allows drivers to conduct pre-trip and post-trip inspections using a mobile device.
wavestechx’s DVIR provides a digital, paperless solution for capturing and managing vehicle inspections. It furthermore allows fleet managers to quickly identify and address safety issues.
Vehicle Information: The make, model, and license plate number of the vehicle being inspected.
Inspection Date and Time: The date and time the inspection was conducted.
Type of Inspection: Whether the inspection was a pre-trip inspection, a post-trip inspection, or a periodic inspection.
Inspection Results: A checklist of items that need to be inspected, such as brakes, tires, lights, and fluid levels, along with the results of the inspection, including any defects or issues found.
Photos: The driver can take photos of any defects or issues found during the inspection, which are then attached to the inspection report.
Signature: The signature of the driver or mechanic who conducted the inspection, certifying that the inspection was completed and accurately reflects the condition of the vehicle.
Notes and Comments: Any additional notes or comments related to the inspection or the condition of the vehicle.
Notes and Comments: Any additional notes or comments related to the inspection or the condition of the vehicle.
Notes and Comments: Any additional notes or comments related to the inspection or the condition of the vehicle.
Notes and Comments: Any additional notes or comments related to the inspection or the condition of the vehicle.
Our vehicle inspection captures a range of different aspects related to the condition of the vehicle being inspected. Here are some of the key aspects that are typically included in our vehicle inspection:
Brakes: The condition of the brakes, including the brake pads, rotors, calipers, and brake lines.
Lights: The condition and functionality of all lights, including headlights, taillights, turn signals, and brake lights.
Fluid Levels: The levels of all fluids, including engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and coolant.
Steering and Suspension: The condition of the steering and suspension system, including the tie rods, ball joints, shocks, and struts.
Wipers and Washers: The condition and functionality of the wiper blades and windshield washer system.
Safety Equipment: The presence and condition of safety equipment, such as seat belts, airbags, and emergency equipment.
Vehicle Body: The condition of the vehicle body, including any dents, scratches, or damage to the paint or body panels.
Electrical System: The condition and functionality of the electrical system, including the battery, alternator, and starter.
Emissions: The condition of the vehicle’s emissions system, including the catalytic converter, exhaust system, and oxygen sensors.