120 Days Interval Truck/Tractor Preventive Maintenance (Canada) Mobile App
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The 120 Days Interval Truck/Tractor Preventative Maintenance form is a preventive maintenance form that is used for commercial vehicles including trucks and tractor trailers.
How does it work?
A maintenance schedule is important to ensure safety and smooth operation, however, regular inspections, such as those performed every four months, are integral parts of a fleet maintenance program. This comprehensive list can be used by any trucking company to ensure that every vehicle is safe. The user can make detailed comments for any item on the list which will make it easy to record the exact problem and how it was fixed. Each user can also customize the list to meet their company’s needs. Some of the items covered include tires/tire tread, fluid levels, air filters, fluid leaks, tire pressure, engine maintenance, oil levels, water filters, steering, lubrication, pads, cable pulleys, switches, lift gates, and more. Typically, the inspection can be performed on the vehicle during servicing such as oil changes done on a regular preventative maintenance schedule.