MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Shaw Tracking has introduced a Vehicle Inspection Report app, which it says provides a simple closed loop process for completing vehicle and trailer inspection reports.
The new application is available through the Mobile Computing Platform, providing streamlined access to vehicle inspection data and enhanced recording, allowing fleets to proactively manage truck and trailer maintenance and to reduce breakdowns.
Completed inspection reports are submitted to the maintenance team and drivers are notified when the reports are updated and closed by the maintenance department, Shaw announced.
The new feature also identifies units that have not recorded a vehicle inspection report and can provide a comprehensive remediation history.
“With the Vehicle Inspection Report application, our customers can be rest assured that their trucks and drivers are compliant and safe on the road. VIR also proactively manages maintenance issues, eliminating costs associated to attending to a breakdown and speeds up the repair process,” says Mike Ham, vice-president of Shaw Tracking.
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