Routine Checklist for Safe-Driving

Daily Driver Preparedness:


Vehicle Inspection: Quick walk-around for visible issues (tire condition, lights, mirrors).

Seat Adjustment: Ensure a comfortable and safe seating position.

Mirror Adjustment: All mirrors correctly positioned for maximum visibility.

Safety Gear: Confirm the presence of high-visibility vest, hard hat (if required), and other safety wearables.

Check Telematics Device: Ensure it’s powered on, updated, and functional.

Before Driving:

Seatbelt: Always fastened before ignition.

Remove Distractions: Place mobile phones in “Do Not Disturb” mode or equivalent.

Weather and Route Check: Briefly review expected weather conditions and choose the safest route.

During the Drive:

Speed: Adhere to posted speed limits and adjust for conditions.

Follow Distance: Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front, especially in poor conditions.

Breaks: Ensure timely breaks during long journeys to reduce fatigue.

Telematics Alerts: Pay heed to any alerts or notifications from the system, like Damoov.


Vehicle Shutdown: Park in designated areas, turn off all lights, and secure the vehicle.

Log Hours: Record driving hours, especially important for those under regulated driving limits.

Incident Reporting: Report any minor issues, near misses, or significant incidents to management.

Feedback: Provide any feedback on route issues, telematics device performance, or other relevant concerns.

Weekly Tasks:

Vehicle Deep Clean: Ensure the interior and exterior of the vehicle remain tidy and hygienic.

Review Telematics Data: Check for any recurring driving habits that need attention.

Maintenance Check: Look for minor issues that might escalate, like fluid levels, brake conditions, or light functionality.

Team Meeting: Attend or conduct a brief team meeting to discuss any safety concerns, updates, or company announcements.