Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting (DVIR)

Simplified compliance with paperless vehicle inspections

The Easy Road to Safety and Compliance

Paper Vehicle Inspection Reports (VIRs) cost your company time and money as well as manpower to record, process, and store documentation. Additionally, manual and paper-based reports are prone to human error, which can lead to costly fines.

Omnitracs’ VIR application automates the reporting process, eliminates paper DVIRs, and makes it simple for drivers to complete accurate vehicle and trailer inspection reports across the U.S. and Canada. This, along with 24/7 access to stored reports and defect alerts, can help improve your company’s compliance, safety, and vehicle maintenance.

Benefits of DVIR

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Improve Safety and Compliance

Minimizes errors, grants 24/7/365 access, and identifies elements required by the FMCSA and Canadian MOT.

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Save Time and Money

Reduces costly fines while increasing efficiency with the ability to record, search, edit, and print information quickly.

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Stay on Top of Maintenance

Allow maintenance personnel to view and certify completed repairs and notify drivers when submitted DVIRs are updated.

Stay on top of Maintenance and Save

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The cost of operating a vehicle placed out-of-service by the FMCSA can reach upwards of 1,811 dollars — per violation. An unexpected cost such as this can quickly add up and take a toll on your company’s bottom line.      

Fleets can prevent these violations by staying on top of vehicle maintenance with the help of VIR. VIR allows maintenance personnel to view and certify completed repairs and notifies drivers when submitted DVIRs are updated.

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