EROAD Inspect Mobile

Setting the standard for vehicle inspections. The EROAD Inspect In-Vehicle product is the solution for your vehicle health and safety needs. In combination with our Depot web-based platform, the EROAD Inspect In-Vehicle product provides the transparency and flexibility to meet your pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspection requirements. EROAD’s solution enables drivers to add feedback regarding the condition of a vehicle, asset or trailer (maximum of three), and include photographic evidence, as required. All completed inspection reports can be reviewed and are stored in Depot.

Drivers record their inspection results on the EROAD Ehubo2, which is automatically synchronised to Depot. To complete an inspection, the vehicle identification must exist in Depot and have an inspection template assigned to it.

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Driver Profile

 

New to Electronic Logging?

Paper inspection reports required someone to manually sign, move to another to repair, sign, move to another to verify, and sign. With EROAD Inspect, signing ("certification") is handled through verified logins. On an Ehubo, a verified driver identifies a defect: that's 'signature' number one. When your mechanic or safety manager certifies fixing it, that's signature two. When that fix is reviewed by the vehicle's next driver, that's signature three. All without paper.

Conducting a Staged Rollout

DVIR’s are delivered in real time. This can quickly fill your Defect Board if you have a large fleet, so EROAD recommends starting with a small pilot group of vehicles and drivers. This allows you to test your new internal processes to support electronic DVIRs. This also gives your mechanic or safety manager time to adjust and learn more about EROAD Inspect.

We recommend a staged rollout, to better control the management of everyone learning these new process. Train your pilot fleet on submitting inspections and certifying defects using EROAD's training material. As your drivers and mechanics become more accustomed to electronic DVIR’s, slowly start bringing more drivers and vehicles onboard.