Instead of manually entering each defect, drivers can select from a dropdown menu of preset issues to quickly log and track defects in their tractor, trailer, or both. Drivers can add photos and comments to their DVIR logs as well.
FMCSA regulations require commercial drivers to complete DVIRs to stay compliant. Vehicles without accurate DVIR records could be removed from service until the issue is resolved. Our platform makes it easy to log all the necessary information.
DVIR data uploads to the cloud, where fleet managers can access it to schedule proactive vehicle maintenance and repairs. The information is also valuable for creating detailed logs to track vehicle condition and ownership costs over time. Using this data will help you avoid service interruptions and escape the costs and challenges associated with unplanned vehicle downtime.
Our DVIR management solutions deliver multiple advantages for everyone on your connected team, from the drivers on the ground to management personnel in the office.
How long does Rand McNally DVIR compliance software save information?
The platform automatically saves vehicle data for six months — double the three-month requirement set by the FMCSA. If you want to save the data for longer, all you have to do is download it to your PC.
How do I review reports?
When drivers complete an inspection, they can use the app to compile the results and upload them to the cloud. You'll receive a detailed report complete with information like driver name, vehicle information, mileage, hours worked, odometer, engine hours, and more. You can also log in through your account to view historical insights and current data at any time.
Call (800) 789-6277 to learn more about our driver vehicle inspection reporting solutions or schedule a software demo. You can also reach us using our contact form.
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