Driver'S Daily Vehicle Inspection Report Book

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This guide highlights some important legal provisions but is not an exhaustive description of all the laws that apply.As you work through this module, you will be able to: The purpose of this module is to provide information to operators about the minimum requirements for the maintenance, inspection and component performance standards for trucks, trailers and buses.Non-safety-related maintenance items such as oil changes and tune-ups can be included in the schedule.

This guide highlights some important legal provisions but is not an exhaustive description of all the laws that apply.As you work through this module, you will be able to: The purpose of this module is to provide information to operators about the minimum requirements for the maintenance, inspection and component performance standards for trucks, trailers and buses.Non-safety-related maintenance items such as oil changes and tune-ups can be included in the schedule.

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The Carrier Safety and Enforcement Branch of the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario has prepared this guide to assist and ensure that truck and bus companies (commercial vehicle operators) operate safely and are compliant with the regulations that govern highway use.

Operators of trucks, buses and towed trailers, to which the regulations apply, are required to: To meet regulatory requirements, a maintenance and inspection program must be established by the operator and recorded in a schedule.

A program to periodically inspect and maintain vehicles can be a simple written or electronic document that sets out, for example, a stated time period and/or distance when a vehicle requires its next inspection and/or maintenance activity.

Drivers are also required to carry and produce an inspection schedule based on the vehicle, as well as a corresponding valid inspection report.

Application of Inspection Schedule Regulation 199/07 has six inspections schedules; drivers are to use the schedule that is based on the type of commercial motor vehicle being operated.Ontario, other provinces, the Government of Canada and the transportation industry developed the rules and regulations to help reduce the number and severity of collisions.Each jurisdiction has used the National Safety Code standards as guides in drafting their own transportation safety legislation.Inspections prevent the operation of a vehicle with problems that are likely to cause or contribute to the severity of an accident.Drivers are not permitted to operate a commercial motor vehicle or bus, or tow a trailer unless the driver or another person has conducted an inspection of the vehicle(s) within the previous 24 hours.To get a complete picture of compliance requirements, you should obtain the complete guide.If you intend to use certain parts of this guide only (for example, Module 1, "Getting Started”) it is recommended that you also obtain the modules "Introduction” and "Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Registration.” This is a guide only and is not meant to be a substitute for the relevant statutes and regulations.Vehicle Inspection Reports(VIR)All Vehicle Inspection Report products are boxes of 100.Road Trucker® Recommends Independent Drivers split the box to save money. Both Daily and Yearly Vehicle Inspection reports are detailed.This approach promotes uniformity across Canada and helps to ensure that the transportation industry remains as viable and sustainable as possible.This guide applies to Ontario operators of commercial motor vehicles that are: The guide contains several modules, each dealing with a specific topic.

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