With Hutch E-DVIR safety manager and drivers can review their previous trip inspection to ensure compliance with regulations, keeping your vehicles on the road and staying SAFE.
Start of the day
At the start of a driver’s shift they must review the last DVIR completed on the vehicle. If there are defects noted from the last post-trip inspection, these must be reviewed and signed off. The driver must also confirm that the other aspects of the commercial motor vehicle are in good condition with a thorough inspection of the vehicle. This is often referred to as the pre-trip inspection and outlined in Federal Law 49 CFR 396.13
End of the day
At the completion of the day’s work, the truck driver must complete a walkaround inspection of the vehicle. This is specified by Federal Law 49 CFR 396.11. If the driver operates more than one vehicle, a separate DVIR must be completed for each vehicle. If any issues are found, the truck driver must report defects to their fleet manager so that corrective action can be taken. Before the no-defect rule took effect in 2014, paper forms were required to be filed even if no defects were found in an inspection.
A standard DVIR should cover:
All DVIR performed by the Drivers can be accessed from the Web-portal anytime. You can even print the reports for the same.
Yes, Drivers can take and attach the Pictures to the DVIR report while performing DVIR.
Yes, Drivers are notified with DVIR Icon as Red when it’s not performed and Green when completed.
Driver's Daily Vehicle Inspection Reports must be kept for 3 months. Hutch Systems keeps records of all DVIR’s performed by drivers and can be downloaded whenever required for Inspection.
A driver must be satisfied that all CMV equipment is in safe operating condition before operating. In addition, drivers must complete a report that identifies the vehicle and list any defect or deficiency discovered by or reported to the driver which would affect the safe operation of the vehicle or result in its mechanical breakdown.
According to §395.2, "All time inspecting, servicing, or conditioning any commercial motor vehicle at any time” is considered on-duty and logged as such. If a DVIR is completed, the time used to complete the form is also considered on-duty."
Yes, DVIR’s can be Digitally Certified.