Equipment Safety and Compliance
Includes: Per Equipment
90 Day CHP BIT Inspection
This Service Includes getting vehicle inspected and file maintaining for Audits
What is Vehicle Safely?
Commercial vehicles require certain safety equipment for vehicle protection and for the safety of those in the vehicle. There are two types of inspections: BIT 90 day inspection and annual inspection. We can help you run your inspection smoothly by providing forms and keep track of all inspections in One place. Our service will keep record of all inspections for your equipment's and logbook.
When do I need this service?
BIT 90 Day Inspection
The intent of the BIT program is to ensure that every truck terminal throughout the state is inspected by the California Highway Patrol on a regular basis.
Motor carriers who operate under the BIT program are required to have each regulated vehicle inspected within 90 day intervals or sooner to ensure safe operation. Inspections must be documented and inspection reports must be kept for at least two years. There can be fines if the inspections are not performed or are not completed within the 90 day period.
All commercial motor vehicles (CMV) that weigh more than 10,000 pounds must undergo annual DOT inspections. A DOT inspection is an inspection conducted by the Department of Transportation to ensure that all the CMV parts and accessories are safe to use, in good condition, and working properly.
Who needs to be the Inspection?
Any motortruck of three or more axles that are more than 10,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR).
Trailers and semitrailers, pole or pipe dollies, auxiliary dollies, and logging dollies used in combination with vehicles listed above. This subdivision does not include camp trailers, trailer coaches, and utility trailers.
A combination of a motor truck with a GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds, while towing any trailer listed above, which exceeds 40 feet in length when coupled together. Combinations which include a pickup truck as defined in Section 471 CVC or which are never operated in commercial use are excluded.
A commercial motor vehicle with a GVWR of more than 26,000 pounds or a commercial motor vehicle of any GVWR towing trailers listed above with a GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds, except combinations including camp trailers, trailer coaches, or utility trailers.
A vehicle, or a combination of vehicles, transporting hazardous materials for which the display of placards, a California hazardous materials transportation license, or a California hazardous waste transporter registration is required.
Any other motortruck not specified above that is regulated by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Motor Carrier Permit (MCP), Public Utilities Commission (PUC), or FMCSA.