To create a new inspection, the driver goes to the "Inspections" screen.
The driver can select the vehicle with "Details", or start the inspection right away and select "+ Inspection."
Information that is already in the system and known will be filled in already, saving the driver time and effort.
Quick buttons make entering common addresses for location easy.
As the driver scrolls through the inspection, all parts in the schedule are listed.
If there is a problem, the driver will select the "Report" button. But if not, they may continue scrolling to the declaration. Since no defects were found here, the declaration says "No defects have been found...".
The driver should check the declaration. This will set all parts not marked as n/a to "good".
After the declaration is checked, the driver needs to sign and mark themselves as the driver.
After signing, the inspection should be reviewed.
If the inspector is not the driver, they can leave the driver blank, and the driver will need to open this inspection from the details of the vehicle and update the inspection to sign as the driver.
After reviewing the inspection, select "Save".
The inspection is now saved and available in the web portal for the manager or owner to see. There will also be an email sent to configured recipients containing a PDF of the inspection.
If there is a problem found during the inspection, the driver will need to select the "Report" button. This will open up a new screen showing the proper schedule part details in a manner that lets the driver know how serious the issue is and if they need to park the vehicle for the day.
Once a defect is found, the declaration changes to the appropriate text based on the severity of the defect.
Finishing the inspection with a signature and review is the same.
After the review and "Save", the driver will see the overall status and vehicle status.
The overall status will be the most severe of the vehicle or potentially attached trailer.