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Complete
Heavy Vehicle Inspection Checklist
Billy Trucks / SafetyCulture Staff / 26 Apr 2018
Inspection score
95.52%
Failed items
0
Created actions
0
Client / Site
Billy Trucks
Location
Kidman Way, Mount Hope NSW 2877, Australia
Conducted on

26th Apr, 2018

4:45 PM AEST

Prepared by
SafetyCulture Staff
Audit
95.52%
General Information
Select vehicle type
Truck
Select vehicle identification type
License Plate #
VIN
Enter VIN #
HWR 413T
Take photo of License Plate No.
Photos
Enter mileage
60,000 miles
Take photo of the vehicle
Photos
Administrative
Registration & insurance cards are current?
Yes
Notes
Cards are all up to date
License plate and tags are current?
Yes
Inspection
95.52%
Inspection / BRAKE SYSTEM
81.82%
Adjustment
OK
Drums or Rotors
Needs Repair
Notes
Rusty rotor
Photos
REFERENCE: Good brakes must be free from rusts [This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]
Hoses and/or Tubing
Needs Repair
Notes
Hose has a small hole that can cause leaks
Photos
Lining
OK
Warning (Low Pressure)
OK
Tractor Protection Valve
Repaired
Photos
Air Compressor
OK
Notes
Air compressor is in good working condition
Service Brakes
OK
Parking Brakes
OK
Electric Brakes
Not Applicable
Hydraulic Brakes
OK
Vacuum Brakes
OK
Warning (Sys Failure)
OK
Inspection / STEERING SYSTEM
100%
Free Play (Lash)
OK
Steering Column
OK
Front Axle Beam
OK
Steering Gear Box
OK
Pittman Arm.
OK
Ball & Socket Joints
OK
Tie Rods &Drag Links
OK
Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners
Repaired
Photos
Power Steering Fluid
OK
Inspection / WINDSHIELDS
100%
Glass free of cracks, discoloration
OK
Wiper power unit, blades
OK
Inspection / WIPERS
100%
All working and in good condition
OK
Inspection / FUEL SYSTEM
66.67%
Visible Leaks
Needs Repair
Notes
Visible leaks
Photos
Fill Caps in place/intact
OK
Tank(s) securely attached
OK
Inspection / LIGHTING DEVICES
100%
Headlamps
OK
Front Turn Signals
OK
Front ID/Clearance Lamps
OK
Side Marker Lamps —Left
OK
Side Marker Lamps -Right
OK
Rear Turn Signals
OK
Stop Lamps
OK
Tail Lamps
OK
Rear ID/Clearance Lamps
OK
Re fie ctors / Ref Tape
OK
Inspection / COUPLING DEVICES
100%
5th Wheel
OK
Pintle Hooks
OK
Drawbar Eye
OK
Drawbar Tongue
OK
Safety Devices
OK
Inspection / EXHAUST SYSTEM
100%
Leaks
OK
Placement
OK
Inspection / SAFE LOADING
100%
Securement Devices
OK
Inspection / SUSPENSION
100%
Springs (cracked/broken/shifted)
OK
U-bolts. Hangers, etc.
OK
Torque, Radius, Tracking Arms
OK
Inspection / FRAME
100%
Frame Members
OK
Tire &Wheel Clearance
OK
Sliding Subframe (adj. axle)
OK
Inspection / TIRES
100%
Steering Axle Tires -Condition
OK
Steering Tires - over 4/32" tread
OK
Other Tires — Condition
OK
Other Tires — over 2/32" tread
OK
Inspection / WHEELS & RIMS
100%
Lock/Slide Ring
OK
Fasteners
OK
Disk/Spoke Condition
OK
Welds
OK
Inspection / CARGO & EQUIPMENT (LEAN)
100%
All equipment is secured & adequately stored?
OK
Truck is organized & free of excessive material?
OK
Inspection / SAFETY
Health & Safety Manual in the truck?
Yes
Notes
Manuals and guides are in the trucks for reminders of safety measures
First Aid kit is complete and items within the expiration date?
Yes
Fire extinguisher mounted with current inspection tag?
Yes
Sure off tester and water management tools on truck?
Yes
Inspection / IF EQUIPPED WITH A TRAILER
100%
Trailer has been checked for proper connection to the vehicle?
OK
Brakes if equipped?
OK
Cargo Secure?
OK
Lights/Marker Lamps?
OK
Springs Appear OK?
OK
Straps/Tie Downs?
OK
Trailer Tires & Pressure?
OK
Trailer Platform Integrity?
OK
Inspection / Summary
List any other condition which may affect safe vehicle operation.
1. Regularly schedule vehicle maintenance — oil changes and all-over inspections — tops most automotive experts’ lists to ensure trucks last longer. 2. Clean it up. 3. Keep tires properly inflated to prevent unnecessary wear and tear. The recommended air pressure is usually indicated in the owner’s manual and the pickup truck’s tire well. Replace worn out tires if necessary.Check bolts and fasteners if properly screwed.
Enter any other observations
None
Rate the overall condition of the vehicle
Average
Inspection / Recommendations
Enter recommendations here
1. Regularly change engine oil and fluids. 2. Regularly adjust belts, hoses, brake pads, drive belts, timing belts and hoses. Replace them if necessary. The brake system should also be in good condition. Worn out brake pads should also be immediately replaced. 3. Regularly inspect the suspension system. Vital components such as the struts, springs, shock absorbers, and linkages should be regularly checked.
Inspection / Completion
Full Name and Signature of Certified Inspector
Ivan Dorschner
26th Apr, 2018 5:00 PM AEST
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