If you configure your account's mobile default settings and your DVIR (driver vehicle inspection report) forms appropriately, you can monitor the probability of each driver having walked around their vehicle conducting a thorough inspection. You can view the DVIR walkaround results on the Driver Forms screen within the Verizon Connect platform.
To monitor DVIR Walkaround inspections follow these instructions:
Enabling DVIR Walkaround
- Click the signed-in account name in the upper right corner of the platform interface to open the settings menu.
- Click Settings to open the Settings dialog box.
- Select the Mobile Defaults tab on the left menu.
- In the DVIR section, set Walkaround to "On".
- Click Save.
Configuring DVIR Walkaround Settings
- From the Tasks section of the navigation bar choose Form Templates.
- Click Create to define a new form template, or select an existing template from the list.
- Add any form elements you require and click Save.
- Click DVIR Walkaround Settings.
- Enter the Minimum Inspection Time and Vehicle Length that will be used to calculate the probabilities of the walkaround during the vehicle inspection and click Save.
Viewing DVIR Walkaround Results
In the Driver Forms screen (accessed from the Tasks section of the navigation bar) you can view the inspection details for each submitted DVIR form.
In the Walkaround Completed column one of the following values is displayed:
- Not configured - If the DVIR Walkaround Settings have not been configured in the dialog box window that you open from the Form Templates page.
- Tick or cross symbol and a Details link - A tick symbol is shown if there is a high probability that the driver walked around the vehicle during the inspection. A cross symbol is shown if there is a low probability that the driver walked around the vehicle during the inspection. Click the Details link to open the Inspection Details dialog box, which displays the list of conditions and probabilities used to determine the inspection result. The following screenshot shows an example of the data collected to calculate the probability that the driver walked around the vehicle during the inspection.
A dash in the Probability column indicates that due to a lack of accurate data no probability could be determined. In this situation the condition is excluded from the overall probability calculation.