At a Glance Fleet Status
Know the Out of Service and Road Ready status of the complete fleet from one simple location.


What's your tire status?
The Verifier System takes the guessing work out of tire inventory and maintenance by automating the tire inspection, use, and inventory process.


Meet the unique needs of your organization.
Air and Tire warnings and out of service
thresholds are customizable for your requirements.


Clear Reporting
Put all vehicle inspection reports at your fingertips. While being securely stored on the cloud where they are accessible 24/7.

Fleet Status

The Fleet Status screen shows at a glance how many vehicles (tractors and trailers) are out of service (OOS). The heading shows the number of Road Ready and OOS vehicles, while the number of uninspected vehicles is displayed below. The percentage of your fleet that is Road Ready is also displayed, but please note that this number does not include vehicles which have not yet been inspected via the Verifier system, so will be low until PMI or other inspections have been performed on the entire fleet.

A collection of cards are displayed for every vehicle which was Out of Service (OOS) following its most recent inspection.  The card contains the vehicle’s ID and some basic configuration information. Clicking on the card’s title will display the vehicle’s details, including links to view the inspection history (all inspections done for that vehicle) and the list of all outstanding items needing repair to make the trailer Road Ready, even if they were discovered in separate inspections.  For example, if a tire inspection on the unit revealed a tire with tread depth less than the minimum, and a separate custom refrigeration unit inspection had revealed a coolant leak, both items would be shown as needing repair without viewing each inspection separately.

Trailer Identification Numbers are colored green to represent road ready inspections while red represent Out of Service (OOS) inspections.
Name of the inspecting technicians as well as the date and time of inspection.
Inspection type (DOT in this case) along with vehicle type (Refer in this example) are listed to help clarify the type of inspection and vehicle.

Depending on how many vehicles are OOS, there may be multiple pages of cards. The collection may also be viewed as a list which can easily be printed out as a “to do” list for technicians.

Finally, a link on the Fleet Status screen switches the view to display all vehicles due for a DOT inspection within the next 30 days. Each card will display the unit’s ID and the date of the last inspection. A printable view of this list is also available.

Tire Report

The Tire Report is an integral part of any tire management program and draws data from tire-only inspections as well as PMI and DOT inspections to give you a complete picture of a fleet’s tires. The report will assist in forecasting tire needs for the future and prolonging tire life by identifying tires that are underinflated, overinflated, or nearing tread depth limits. Keeping close track of a fleet’s tires will mean longer tire life and reduced fuel costs, while also utilizing the full useful tread depth of the tire before replacement.

The tire report is configurable to accommodate a variety of needs. When generating the report you can optionally specify a start date and view all inspections or only those performed at a specific site. In addition, you can view tractors, trailers, or both. A report can include only critical items requiring immediate attention, or also identify warning conditions that when rectified will save money.

The tire report begins with a table showing the total number of tires inspected during the selected period, along with a breakdown of how many were on tractors versus trailers, how many critical conditions were found, and how many warning conditions existed. It further identifies the number nearing end of tread life, and the number at or below the limit. Configurable warning thresholds allow you to specify when a tire should be flagged as nearing end of life. This assists with forecasting how many tires will need to be ordered.

The body of the report shows highlights from each tractor or trailer with one or more tire issues. Inflation and tread depth for each tire is displayed, and critical items are displayed in red. Warnings, if selected, are displayed in black. To view the full inspection report for a unit, simply click on the unit ID. If pictures were included in the inspection report, an icon will indicate this on the tire report. The inspector’s comments, if any, are also included.

Sample Tire Report

Sample Tire Report

Customizable Tire Thresholds

Tire Report Creation Form

Activity Summary

The Activity Summary shows how many DOT, Tire, and Custom inspections were performed by each of your technicians for a given week.  You can go back to review previous weeks for comparison. This will allows you to determine technician accomplishments at glance.

Inspector Performance

Inspector Performance provides your company-wide average inspection time followed by a breakdown of each technician’s average time. This can help you determine your most productive technicians and identify opportunities to optimize time use.