Inspect all equipment and accessories such as mirrors, horns, windshield wipers, and headlights to ensure they are in proper working condition.
2. Cab Inspection:
Carefully inspect the cab for any damage or wear that could impact safety on the road. Check for cracks or breaks inside the cab, as well as any loose wires or components.
3. Cargo Securement:
Make sure cargo is securely loaded and tied down properly to prevent it from shifting while in transit.
4. Maintenance Logs:
Record all maintenance performed on the vehicle, including oil changes and inspections, to track its long-term performance.
5. Safety Issues:
Identify any potential safety issues that need to be addressed before hitting the road.
Ensure that all applicable documents are on board, such as registration and insurance paperwork.
7. Final Check:
Perform a final check of the cab to make sure everything is in working order and no discrepancies were missed during the inspection process.