Trucksoft Electronic Driver Check List

The Trucksoft Electronic Driver Checklist was designed for commercial transportation companies, vehicle inspection crews, truck drivers and others whose motor vehicles require a safety inspection each day before hitting the road. The motor vehicle safety inspection app replaces paper checklists and complicated trucking software, making it easy to go through each part of the vehicle inspection process from any smartphone, mobile device or PC. Whether you run a repair shop, work with commercial motor vehicles, or are simply just a vehicle owner, the Trucksoft Electronic Driver Checklist will let you quickly generate comprehensive vehicle inspection reports.

Perfect for trucking companies that deal with hazardous materials shipments, inspection stations, and vehicle fleet managers, the daily safety checklist includes customizable checklist items, along with fields for vehicle registration number, identification number, vehicle weight, driver name, and other important data points. Once the checklist has been completed, the app captures the driver’s signature electronically for your records. Don't just rely on quick visual inspections! If you frequently drive or inspect commercial vehicles, then you need to add the Trucksoft Electronic Driver Checklist to your safety and health programs.

Driver Checklist

Safety Tips

  • Buckle up - always!
  • Pre-inspect the condition of your vehicle before and check for load securement. Maximize the vision around your truck with properly adjusted mirrors; be sure your mirrors are properly set and clean.
  • Get in a safe mindset! Obey speed limits and traffic signs. Excessive speed reduces your ability to avoid a crash, extends your vehicle’s stopping distance, and increases the severity of a crash when it occurs. Slow down in bad weather and at construction zones.
  • Maintain a safe following distance. Follow other vehicles at a safe distance. Make sure to constantly check your mirrors.
  • Make only safe and necessary lane changes. Pick a lane and stay in it for as long as possible. Lane changes increase one’s risk of an accident.
  • Focus on your driving and avoid or minimize in-truck distractions such as cell phone use, changing CDs, eating, or other activities that can remove your attention from the road.
  • Never drive under the influence! Watch out for other motorists whose driving behavior suggests they may have been drinking.
  • Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation (even just a couple hours less than your usual, restful night) and fatigue can cause lapses in attention, slowed awareness and impaired judgment.