Driver's Concrete Vehicle Inspection Report, Snap-Out Format - Personalized (05560)
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Driver's Concrete Vehicle Inspection Report, Snap-Out Format - Personalized

2-Ply, Carbonless, 8-1/2" x 6-1/2" Read more.

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$0.76296
Product Code: 19477
List Price: $762.96
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Overview

  • Helps satisfy DOT's vehicle inspection requirements (49 CFR §396.11 and §396.13)
  • Personalized vehicle inspection reports allow you to:
    • Reinforce your brand and logo
    • Present a neat and professional look for your company, making a better impression during audits and inspections
    • Help your drivers save time with pre-printed information they don't have to fill out
    • Help make auditing more accurate
    • Minimize the need for drivers to carry extra company information separately
  • Allows users to simply check off parts that need repair
  • Includes a section specific to the mixer unit as well as a "Winter Only" section containing two winter inspection criteria
  • Snap-out format; stub is 3-hole punched
  • Two plies
  • Carbonless
  • Measures 8-1/2" x 6-1/2"
  • Stock version also available

Volume Pricing

Volume Pricing
Product Code Description 1000 - 2499 2500 - 4999 5000 - 6999 7000 - 9999 10000 - 14999
19477
Snap-Out Format, 8-1/2" x 6-1/2"
$0.76296
$0.37206
$0.26744
$0.23201
$0.20312

Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Size Format Carbon Type Number of Plies Alternate Product Code
19477
Snap-Out Format, 8-1/2" x 6-1/2"
8.5" x 6.5"
Snap-out
Carbonless
2
156FS I 2

ELog Mandate Facts

UPDATE (11/1/16): Electronic logging rule survives court challenge
A federal appellate court in Chicago has struck down a legal challenge that was seeking to stop the ELD mandate. Learn more.


The electronic logging device (ELD) final rule was published in the December 16, 2015, Federal Register.

Motor carriers have until December 18, 2017, to comply with the final rule, requiring the use of ELDs by interstate drivers of commercial motor vehicles who currently use a driver’s record of duty status to record their hours of service.

Motor carriers that install and require drivers to use automatic on-board recording devices (AOBRDs) according to the specifications in Section 395.15 may continue to use the AOBRD until December 16, 2019. The final rule requires motor carriers to install FMCSA-registered and certified ELDs that meet specific standards on their commercial motor vehicles.

The specific standards include mandating that the device be connected (“integrally synchronized”) to the engine of the vehicle so that driving time can be automatically recorded. Also, the devices must automatically capture date and time, vehicle position, and vehicle operational parameters.

All FMCSA-registered and certified ELDs will be listed on FMCSA’s website: www.fmcsa.dot.gov/devices. The agency expects to have the website available by mid-February.

The final rule also addresses supporting documents and driver harassment.

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