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Daily Pre-Trip Inspection Course
A daily pre-trip inspection plays a vital role in a trucker’s daily routine. These inspections are crucial for maintaining the fleet and are a legal requirement.
Daily pre-trip inspections are required by law, and conducting thorough inspections before driving can prevent roadside repairs.
The importance of a pre-trip inspection cannot be overstated. They serve as the first line of defense against potential problems while on the road. By detecting issues at the yard or terminal before embarking on a journey, drivers can address them promptly, avoiding breakdowns and costly repairs during their trips.
These inspections are not just a legal obligation but a proactive approach to ensure road safety. Drivers play a pivotal role in ensuring that their vehicles are in optimal working condition before every trip. This responsibility extends not only to their own safety but also to the safety of fellow drivers sharing the road.
In this online course, participants will gain valuable insights into effective pre-trip inspection techniques. They will learn how to identify common vehicle defects and potential hazards. Armed with this knowledge, truck drivers can confidently perform their pre-trip inspections, contributing to the overall safety and reliability of the transportation industry.
This online daily pre-trip inspections course covers the following topics:
- Introduction and Pre-Trip Facts.
- Under the Hood Inspection.
- The Walk Around Inspection.
- Air Brake Pre-Trip Inspection.
- Post Trip Inspection.
Certificate of Completion:
Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.
Approximately 1 hour
A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion.
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