Electronic DVIRs with KeepTruckin

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The KeepTruckin logbook and business-management application, functional on operators’ Android and iOS devices, pushed out an update recently that expands its driver vehicle inspection report (DVIR) functionality. Driver use the app to create electronic DVIRs during pre- and post-trip inspections, simply entering truck/trailer details, selecting defects from a list and signing.

The update makes the DVIR feature better for small-fleet managers. KeepTruckin now alerts you in real time if your driver reports any defects, so that you can get the issue resolved promptly, and you can search for DVIRs by driver or vehicle. Filtering options for only reports with defects save time in managing repair issues.

If a DVIR has defects, you can mark the defects “corrected” or “need not be corrected” and add a mechanic signature if necessary — all from the KeepTruckin Dashboard in the web application.If a DVIR has defects, you can mark the defects “corrected” or “need not be corrected” and add a mechanic signature if necessary — all from the KeepTruckin Dashboard in the web application.
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