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A Driver Vehicle Inspection Report, or DVIR, is a formal record confirming a driver completed an inspection on a commercial motor vehicle (CMV). Vehicle Inspections are a legal requirement in the U.S., and carriers must keep DVIRs on-site for three months from the date the report is submitted.
A DVIR is a Driver Vehicle Inspection Report, which needs to be completed daily by drivers for any commercial vehicle they operate, as specified by Federal Law 49 CFR 396.11 and 396.13 and enforced by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
'Pre-trip' inspections are not required by regulation - all that is required is that the driver is satisfied that the equipment is safe to operate. The best way to determine that is by doing a pre trip inspection. Even a post trip inspection is not required.
A DRIVER VEHICLE INSPECTION REPORT or DVIR, is a formal record confirming that a driver has completed an inspection on a commercial motor vehicle.
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The officer is actually doing a 'sniff test' for drugs and alcohol as soon as the door is opened. Detection of these marks could give them probable cause to look in the cab for drugs. If the driver refuses, the DOT can call the state troopers and the truck would be searched in their presence.
Guidance: Section 396.11(a) requires every driver to prepare a DVIR at the completion of each day's work on each vehicle operated. A driver who operates two or more vehicles in a 24-hour-period must prepare a DVIR at the completion of the tour of duty in each vehicle.
The post-trip inspection is also known as a Driver's Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR). The DVIR documents any defects (fault conditions) in the vehicle, known to the driver and is completed by the driver at the end of the trip or at least once every 24 hour period if the trip is over a day.
It ensures the safety of not just the driver, but also everyone else on the road. Currently, there are no guidelines as to how long a pre-trip inspection should take. If you check everything you should be checking, a full inspection should take you approximately 30 to 50 minutes.
A good pre-trip inspection keeps the driver from leaving your facility with a vehicle that has an existing problem. A good post-trip inspection gives the shop time to react to a problem that has been identified and to correct it before the truck goes back out on the road.
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